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Bush: Arab states committed to helping PA in 'fight against terror'

Speaking at the end of the summit in Sharm El-Sheikh on Tuesday, President George Bush reiterated his commitment to a two-state solution and said that the Arab leaders at the summit had expressed their firm opposition to terror and a commitment to help the Palestinian Authority “in its own fight against terror.” Earlier in the day, Bush told the meeting that Israel had to consider removing Jewish settlements to ensure “a continuous territory, Palestinians can call home.” Emphasizing the need to battle terror, Bush said at the closing press conference that “Terror threatens my state, terror threatens Arab nations, terror threatens Israel, terror threatens the emergence of a Palestinian state.” “We meet in Sinai at a moment of promise for the cause of peace in the Middle East,” Bush said, standing at the edge of the Red Sea, with summit host, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, at his side. Full Story

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