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Peace is possible; conversations with Arab and Israeli leaders from 1988 to the present.


Peace is possible; conversations with Arab and Israeli leaders from 1988 to the present.

Abraham, S. Daniel.

Newmarket Press


216 pages




American businessman Abraham, in his capacity as the founder of the Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation, has traveled to the Middle East numerous times to meet with Israeli and Arab leaders since 1988, often in the company of the late Utah congressman Wayne Owens. Meeting with such figures as Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat, and Israeli Prime Ministers Binyamin Netanyah and Ehud Barak, among others, has convinced them that there is enough common ground to achieve peace in the Middle East. He finds the main impediment to peace to be the issue of borders and believes that eventually Israel will come to accept that it must limit itself to existing within its 1967 borders.

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