CAIRO, Egypt, AP – Foreign ministers of 18 Arab countries passed a unanimous resolution Saturday calling on the U.N. Security Council to intervene to stop escalating Mideast fighting.
“The Middle East peace process has failed. The whole process should now be sent back to the Security Council for a complete overhaul,” said Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa.
“We are going to the Security Council — this is a unanimous position — to discuss the whole situation from scratch,” he said.
“If the Security Council fails, nobody knows what might happen next,” he added, pronouncing the whole Mideast peace process “dead.”