Saudi king warns Israel: Arab peace offer not forever

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January 19, 2009 14:16

 
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The Saudi King Abdullah on Monday said the Arab initiative offering peace with Israel will not remain on the table forever. The king stressed that Israel has to understand that the choice between war and peace will not always stay open. Abdullah spoke Monday in Kuwait City at a summit focused on boosting economic growth and development in the Arab world. The Arab peace initiative demands Israel withdraw from all land captured in 1967 in exchange for official Arab recognition.

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