JERUSALEM, November 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Mike D. Evans, a prominent Christian Evangelical leader in the US and staunch supporter of Israel, has proposed to Donald Trump that Palestinian sovereignty be limited, in the event that a two-state solution is achieved during his Presidency. "A Palestinian state cannot have traditional statehood, because it would present an existential threat to the State of Israel," said Evans. "Any future Palestinian state should not be able to control its own airspace, have a standing army or enter into international treaties with other countries, such as Iran." These limitations, particularly regarding demilitarization, have been raised in previous proposals for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Evans added that he stressed to Trump the dire need to improve the Palestinian people's economic and social stability. "There must be stability and economic prosperity, to ensure the viability of the Palestinian state," Evans said. "It must be void of Hamas, and patrolled by its own security and police forces." In order to safeguard peace and regional stability, Jordan and the Arab League would be critical strategic partners for the new state, he added. In addition, Evans has urged Trump to establish a US naval base in Haifa as "a permanent deterrent against terror organizations which threaten Israel's sovereignty with high-trajectory fire," should he be elected president. Such a base would serve US national interests, allowing "a strategic proximity for immediate response to changing and unexpected challenges in the Middle East." Despite Trump's remarks and actions which would seemingly put him at odds with the conservative values of the Evangelical voter, Evans addressed the Evangelical support for the Republican candidate.