There are also ideas for Arab countries to take responsibility for the situation in Gaza. Foreign Policy recently published a text by Middle East expert Jason Pack, calling on British and American diplomacy to work towards an agreement between Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. According to the expert’s plan, these countries would jointly take responsibility for Gaza’s border protection, security and foreign policy in the next decade, as well as take on the administration of its health care system, education and infrastructure. This decade would provide time for the reconstruction and “dehamassification” of the enclave, creating conditions for initiating – after the end of this period – processes introducing democratic rule. Qatar, the country through which most of Gaza’s money flows today, would be key to this agreement. Qatar would plan to use its influence in Palestinian civil society to promote a less fundamentalist, more pluralistic version of Islam.