The Israel-Arab Reader: A Documentary History of the Middle East Conflict - Part V, pp. 430-477 Summary & Analysis

Walter Lacquer and Barry Rubin
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Part V, pp. 430-477 Summary and Analysis

Egyptian Minister of State Boutros Bpoutros-Ghali says that Egypt's two challenges are to restrain Israeli ambitions and how to provide a viable solution for the Palestinian problem. Egypt says it is committed to offering a peace that will guarantee the rights of the Palestinian people and wants other Arab entities to join the talks. They welcome the Saudi Fahd Peace Plan. Egypt and Israel have normal diplomatic relations. A lasting peace will have to include the Palestinian Liberation Organization in the negotiation process. The other Arab states must recognize the role of leadership that Egypt has taken in the peace process.

In Congressional testimony on July 12, 1982, Secretary of State George Shultz discusses the conflict in Lebanon and how it threatens Israeli security.

Prime Minister Begin, in an August 8, 1982 speech, says that the State of Israel's...

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