Amal leader calls for Israeli-Arab peace talks

October 19, 2006 12:51

Amal leader and Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri, speaking in an interview with Al-Arabiyya that was published on Thursday, said that he believed Arab-Israeli peace negotiations should be revived following the Israeli offensive on Lebanon. "Lebanon can liberate its remaining occupied land through the resistance, as it did in the past, but it can achieve that through peace ... if it is a comprehensive peace that includes the whole region," said Beri, who is considered to be allied with fellow Shi'ite group Hizbullah.

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