Majority of Gulf Arabs support two-state solution, US think tank says

October 24, 2014 16:48


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A majority of Gulf Arabs support a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to a new poll commissioned by a Washington think tank.

The surprising results were announced in a statement released by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a think tank which describes itself as a research body that seeks to “advance a balanced and realistic understanding of American interests in the Middle East and to promote the policies that secure them.”

The institute commissioned the survey which asked a representative sample of 1,000 respondents in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates their opinions on the most pressing issues affecting the region, including the rise of Islamic State, the Israel-Palestine question, the role of the United States, and Iran.

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