At the March 2002 Arab League Summit meeting in Beirut, then Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia lays out five points to “end” the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is held on March 27th and 28th. Abdullah presents the plan and it is adopted in a revised version. The plan calls for Israeli withdrawal to pre-1967 lines, including a withdrawal from southern Lebanon; the resolution of the refugee problem according to the stipulations of UNGA 194; and the establishment of a Palestinian state in all of the West Bank and Gaza, with East Jerusalem as the capital. For their part, Arab countries would consider the Arab-Israeli conflict ended, enter into a peace agreement with Israel, and establish normal relations with Israel in the context of a comprehensive peace. For Israel, a key sticking point is Arab insistence that Palestinians who fled in 1948 be able to live in present day Israel.(source)
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