Arab Summit offers nothing new

Thursday, March 24, 2005 | 
Arab leaders concluded their summit in Algiers by re-launching a “peace” initiative which offers Israel normal relations with all Arab states in exchange for a withdrawal from all territory captured in the 1967 war. The initiative was first launched in 2002. "We don't see any reason for a rush [to normal relations]," said Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa. "Israel is still building settlements and the barrier. They don't deserve anything...If they had taken any step, we would have taken a step."

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