But when President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner takes the stage at the Four Seasons Hotel in Bahrain's capital on Tuesday to paint that picture, he won't be addressing the most pressing questions that need answers if that distant dream has any chance of becoming reality.
The finance ministers of several US-allied Gulf Arab states are also expected to attend, along with International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde. More than half of the $50 billion would be spent in the economically troubled Palestinian territories over 10 years while the rest would be split between Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan.
Political leaders spoke at the rallies against the U.S. schemes aimed at ending the Palestinian cause, which was the reason the Palestinian leadership has made a decision to boycott the Bahrain workshop and the so-called deal of the century.
So members were shocked Sunday to learn that the White House is now using its photos in promotional materials for a US peace plan that has been skewered by veterans of past Mideast peace efforts. In other words, the United States expects nothing from the Palestinian-Arabs in return for our investments.
With Israel and the Palestinians unable to resolve core issues, U.S. President Bill Clinton convenes Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak at Camp David.
The Palestinians are boycotting the meeting, criticizing the United States for trying to solve the issue with money.
The Palestinian Authority is boycotting the workshop, denouncing the plan for saying nothing about ending the Israeli occupation.
"We've been working very carefully on a very detailed proposal for what we think can help bring this conflict, which has been stuck, forward and we're hopeful that we'll be able to put that out soon and hopefully parties will be responsible, they'll engage on it and they'll try to move forward", he told al-Jazeera.
The plan envisions a goal of providing up to $50 billion in financial support to Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip to build a prosperous and vibrant Palestinian society upon three initiatives to support "the economy, the people, and the government".
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First proposed by Saudi Arabia in 2002, the initiative calls for full normalization with Israel across the Arab world in exchange for a Palestinian state on the whole of the West Bank and Gaza - with agreed upon land swaps - and East Jerusalem as its capital.
The attendance of Arab states fits into US-led attempts "to increase engagement between Israel and Sunni Arab states based on shared geopolitical interests that hinge on countering Iranian expansion", Wermenbol said.
Four years after a Palestinian Intifada, or uprising, erupted in the West Bank and Gaza, an global peace conference convenes in Madrid.
Jordan and Egypt, the only two Arab nations to have signed peace deals with Israel, will attend but only send mid-level officials.
"This deal seeks to liquidate the Palestinian cause and force the Palestinian out of their land", she said.
U.S. officials say they will soon release the plan's political component, but relegating rights to the political realm is precisely the problem.
President Mahmoud Abbas has said the Palestinians "will not be slaves or servants" of Kushner or other Trump aides. But what good is a corridor when Israel imposes a travel ban on the 2 million Palestinians of Gaza that prevents almost all of them from traveling - not only to the West Bank, but anywhere else?
"This workshop is simply a political laundry for settlements and a legitimisation of occupation", Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh told journalists ahead of a cabinet meeting. "Only through peace can the Palestinians achieve prosperity".