UAL party head Taleb a-Sanaa said Tuesday that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert could show Arab leaders that he agreed to negotiate on the Arab peace initiative, making the Arab summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Wednesday a "turning point" in the Middle East.
"This is Olmert's last chance to save his political fate and enter history," Sanaa said. "Not as a prime minister who brought about a failed war, but as a leader who took an historical opportunity to advance peace in the region."
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