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“enough is enough”

AMMAN/TEL AVIV, 6 September — Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal told Israel yesterday “enough is enough” and urged the United States to intervene and restrain the Jewish state from attacking Palestinians.

Prince Saud, speaking in Jordan on the final leg of a whirlwind Arab tour that also took him to Egypt, Syria and Lebanon, said “the failure” of the Middle East peace process did not lie with the Arabs. “It lies with the policies of Israel, policies of intimidation, policies of aggression, policies of going back on agreements that were signed, policies of avoiding the responsibilities of peace,” he told reporters at Amman airport.

“The Arab countries have patiently waited for this policy to change... As the saying goes, enough is enough. It is time for Israel to bear its responsibility. It is time for the international community to make Israel face its responsibility to the peace process,” he said. “It is time especially for the United States to assume its own responsibility and prevent Israeli aggression against the Arab world.”

He said the situation in the Middle East was moving from bad to worse because of Israel’s violence against the Palestinians. The Saudi minister later met Jordan’s King Abdallah and delivered a message on Middle East developments from Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd, officials said.

Prince Saud arrived in Jordan from Beirut where he held talks with Lebanese leaders. 

“The Israeli violence, violence against innocent Palestinians as well as economic violence... all these matters must stop,” the prince told reporters after meeting Lebanese President Emile Lahoud.

In the Gaza Strip, Israel fired missiles at Palestinian security offices yesterday.  Palestinian security officials said at least one Force 17 member was wounded when two surface-to-surface missiles struck its Beit Hanoun headquarters in the northern Gaza Strip. “I saw the two missiles hitting our building,” a member of Force 17 said outside the almost destroyed one-story building.

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