US-Israel rift has Arabs optimistic over UN Palestine resolution

By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
March 21, 2015 17:40

 
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The Arab League believes that a new UN Security Council resolution endorsing Palestinian statehood has a better chance of winning passage now that the Obama administration is conducting a "reassessment" of its Middle East peace policies.

"There is an indication that the Americans are rethinking the Arab-Palestinian draft proposal for an end to the Israeli occupation that will be submitted to the Security Council," the head of the Arab League, Secretary-General Nabil El-Araby, told the Egyptian daily Al-Ahram over the weekend.

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