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Arab leaders adopt initiative for peace with Israel

Arab leaders adopted a resolution to reactivate an initiative for peace with Israel based on the return of all occupied Arab land and the creation of a Palestinian state, but it was immediately spurned by Israel. “The Arab summit has approved all the resolutions, namely the one concerning the reactivation of the Arab peace initiative,” Jordanian Foreign Minister Hani Mulki told AFP. He was speaking as Arab leaders wrapped up the first of a two-day summit in the Algerian capital that was marred by the absence of several leaders, including Jordan’s King Abdullah II who was pushing for the resolution. Saudi Arabia — whose de facto ruler and Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz cancelled at the last minute — submitted the plan to the 2002 Beirut summit which endorsed it before it was immediately rejected by Israel. Full Story

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