Elijah Zarwan

Researcher with Human Rights Watch

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Cairo-based researcher with Human Rights Watch

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The Arab summit is reaching out to Israel, led by the regional powerhouse of Saudi Arabia, where King Abdullah has taken up where Egypt left off.

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