February 01, 2020

Arab League rejects Trump administrations Middle East peace plan
The foreign ministers of the 22 member states of Arab League unanimously rejected the Trump administration's proposal to end the Israeli-Palestine conflict unveiled last week.The resolution said the plan "does not satisfy the minimum of the rights and aspirations of the Palestinian people." It's considered a win for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who threatened to cut security ties with Israel and the U.S. on Saturday, and the Palestinian Liberation Organization because it means the White House can't claim to have support from neighboring Arab countries.> Huge diplomatic victory for Abbas and the PLO. Even states that attended the Trump/Bibi ceremony (UAE, Oman, Bahrain) are now on record as rejecting. Anything less would’ve allowed the admin to claim some Arab support. That’s no longer possible. https://t.co/v9b4ZOxi3E> > — Khaled Elgindy (@elgindy_) February 1, 2020To clarify, not every country condemned the plan. Some, like the United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Morocco have suggested it could be the basis for future talks and applauded Washington's efforts, but they don't think the current iteration is viable.The plan has been criticized in several circles, with many analysts arguing it does little to curb Israeli settlements in the West Bank — one of the main grievances held by Palestinians — and could increase tensions.More stories from theweek.com Mitch McConnell's rare blunder John Bolton just vindicated Nancy Pelosi All the president's turncoats
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