Arab League calls for 'new approach' to end ME conflict

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January 14, 2013 20:25

 
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Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi on Monday called for a “new approach” to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, AFP reported.

“In order to solve this problem, we should have a new mechanism and new methods and a new approach to dealing with the crisis,” al-Arabi was quoted as saying.

“The main target after all these wasted years should be ending the Israeli occupation, not signing temporary agreements that would go round in circles and that would only lead to wasting time in a way that allows Israel to expand its settlements,” he added.

Last month, al-Arabi criticized the Quartet on the Middle East - comprising the United States, European Union, United Nations and Russia - as ineffective.

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