Arab League 'will push for peace'
Air Jordans For Sale Arab nations are to resurrect proposals for a general Middle East peace deal, Jordan's King Abdullah has confirmed.
Interviewed on Israeli television, the king said the Arab League would draft an updated proposal at a summit in Algiers later this month.
Cheap Jordan Shoes For Sale In 2002 the league backed Saudi plans for a general peace based on an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza, but the deal was rejected by Israel.
Air Jordan For Sale King Abdullah said the plan would be adapted to encourage Israeli approval.
"I was surprised after the Beirut conference [in 2002] that it did not have really an impact on Israeli society," he said.
"So maybe we have to explain more what was the offer from all the Arab countries towards Israel."
Jordans For Sale Online The plan envisages an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and is expected to propose a "just" solution to the issue of Palestinian demands for the return of refugees to land now inside Israel.