Arab League: Obama's visit aims to please Israel
President of the United States of America Barrack Obama was criticized by the Arab League, for the reason of not containing the project of 1967 to establish the Palestinian state, as Palestinians and Arabs had hoped.
Vice president of Arab League, Mohammad Sabih, responsible for Palestinian desk, said, "There was an expectation in the streets of Palestine and Arab countries for Obama's visit to carry a project for the establishment of the Palestinian State within the boundaries of June 4th, 1967. However, the visit did not meet the expectation."
"The problems of the Palestinians have risen and the visit is done under the shadow of conservative and more aggressive formation of Israel," Sabih stated.
"The distortion of truth and history by Israel has reached even the historical artifacts. Obama is on an exploration visit and aims to please considerably Israel to the detriment of ours," Sabih also said.
Thursday, March 21, 2013