The history of the Arab League

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On the coming session of the AL council
ArabicNews.Com, 14 August 1999. Two trends: one welcomes the the summit, and includes Egypt, Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, Libya, Algeria and Palestine, but another trend is not pleased at such a summit with the participation of Iraq, adding that most member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council side with this view.
AL stresses opposition to Iraq sanctions, 3 September 1999. Arab League Secretary General discussion with Iraq concerning certain ideas and special proposals to ensure the success of the 112th session of the AL council to be held on September 12. AL rejects the sanctions against Iraq and favors resumption of the dialogue between Iraq and the UN.
The final communique issued at the conclusion on Wednesday of the Arab League's 13 session held at the summit level in Amman
The Jordan Times, (Amman), [1 April 2001]. Unofficial translation of the 53-point conclusion of the extraordinary summit. the first regular conference representing a new common Arab action required by the Arab situation. Re. Palestinian people, etc.
Arab world meets to condemn Israel; Arab ministers are holding their bi-annual summit
By Heba Saleh, BBC, Sunday 9 September 2001. The ministers in Cairo urged to move quickly to help the Palestinians but the meeting seems unlikely to advance beyond anti-Israeli rhetoric.
Arab League: no to bin Laden
People's Weekly World, 10 November 2001. The head of the 22-nation Arab League on Nov. 4 dismissed an appeal by Osama bin Laden to Muslims to join a holy war against the West. While the Arab League Secretary General noted that bin Laden doesn't speak in the name of Arabs and Muslims, Syrian Foreign Minister Farouq Al Sharaa blasted the US for its unlimited support to Israel.