The Secretary General of the Arab league behaves as his recent predecessor did: First he speaks and then he thinks. I doubt very much that the League can now up the ante. During the recent direct talks with Israel, Jerusalem was not officially part of the freeze deal; the agreement was not to do headline catching projects there. This must also be their position on the renewal of direct talks, or else the world will consider the Arab side to be responsible for the deadlock, which the Arabs cannot afford. Therefore, I believe we are hearing some empty talk by the official who doesn't have a "vote" on League decisions.
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from the article: Arab League 'likely to reject 90-day settlement freeze plan'