(Worthy News) – The Arab League said it will hold an urgent meeting Monday on the US announcement that it no longer considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal.
Hossam Zaki, the pan-Arab body’s deputy secretary-general, said several members had backed a Palestinian Authority call for a ministerial meeting.
The PA’s permanent representative to the Arab League has condemned Washington’s change of position — announced by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — as “illegal.” [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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