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Israel likely to start fresh talks on Middle East

13 November, 2006

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Israeli Defense Minister, Aamir Peretz, hinted on Tuesday at the prospects of initiating fresh talks on Middle East saying the dormant Saudi peace plan could serve as the basis for it.

He was making a presentation at the Institute for National Security Studies of Tel Aviv University.

“Israel must spare no effort in assisting the establishment of a coalition of moderate states vis-à-vis looming Iranian threat,” he said insisting that his country deemed Syria as a natural ally in such efforts if it drops its support for Iran and Hezbollah.

1. What has prompted Israel to think of reviving peace process in the Middle East?
2. Why Israel and Saudi Arabia are getting closer?
3. Will President Assad drop his support for Iran and Hezbollah?
4. What are the prospects of peace in the Middle East

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