Qatari FM urges Israeli peace with moderate Arabs

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 19, 2006 15:25

 
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Qatar's foreign minister called upon Israel to take advantage of the current opportunity to reach a peace agreement with moderate Arab leaders. In an interview that will be published in Newsweek on Monday, he warned that future generations of leaders may be more extreme and might insist on "pushing Israel into the sea."

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