Middle East: A Bold New Plan by the Saudis

Crown Prince Fahd speaks of Israel's right "to live in peace "

In the 2½ years since the Camp David accords were signed by Egypt and Israel, negotiations for a wider Middle East settlement have remained deadlocked.

Now Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Fahd has offered an alternative plan that, for the first time, places the Arab world's richest and most influential nation squarely on the side of a negotiated settlement between Israel and the Palestinians.

Fahd stated that Israel could "live in peace" with its Arab neighbors provided it permitted the Palestinian population of...

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