LEBANON: Syrians Win and Palestinians Lose

After 18 months of bloody civil war, at least 37,000 deaths and more than 50 failed cease-fire agreements, last week there were some fresh signs of hope for eventual peace in Lebanon. In Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, six Arab leaders who are most deeply concerned with the war met at the invitation—or command, considering the weight of his oil subsidies to other Arab nations—of the Saudis' King Khalid. At the end of the two-day summit, the six—Khalid, Sheik Sabah as Salim as-Sabah of Kuwait, the Presidents of Egypt, Syria and...

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