Saudi, UAE, Egypt, Sudan And Others Stop Arab Summit From Cutting All Contacts With Israel – Report

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According to The Times of Israel, Channel 12 Arab Affairs analyst Ehud Ya’ari reported that most of the states that attended Saturday’s Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting in Riyadh requested to include in the meeting’s closing statement five extra clauses that were declined by Israel’s Arab peace partners and some others, including the demand to cut all ties with Israel.

The declined demands were: to dispatch a joint delegation to the US, Europe, and Russia to push for a ceasefire; to threaten to use oil as a means of leverage; to bar flights to and from Israel through Arab states’ airspace; to prevent the transfer of US military equipment to Israel from US bases in the region; and to freeze all diplomatic and economic contacts with Israel.

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Ya’ari discloses that the countries that declined these demands included Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Djibouti, Morocco, Mauritania and Sudan.

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