December 1981
New Republic;12/16/81, Vol. 185 Issue 24, p8
Focuses on the collapse of the Arab summit meeting in Fez, Morocco, burying the peace plan proposed by Saudi Arabia. Ambiguity of the plan as to the ultimate fate of what would be left of Israel; Provisions in the plan reading as implicit recognition of Israel's right to exist; Argument of Saudi Arabia that they consider Israel and not the Soviet Union as their real enemy; Recognition of Saudi Arabia as a Middle Eastern power.


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