Six years after Muammar Gaddafi had a public spat with Saudi King Abdullah at the 2003 Arab summit, the Libyan leader reached out to his Saudi counterpart in Doha, declaring that “the personal problem” between the two was “over”.
An Arab League summit that begins in Qatar on Monday will unite to back Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's (left) defiance of an international warrant for his arrest amid deep inter-Arab divisions over Iran and the Palestinian leadership.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (pictured) will not attend the Arab League summit in Doha as Arab states warn that a proposal for normalising ties with Israel in return for withdrawal from occupied territories will not be on offer forever.
Arab leaders meeting in Kuwait Tuesday called for faster integration of Arab states' economies and approved an aid package of 2 million dollars for Gaza. The summit failed, however, to produce a unified stance on the Israeli assault on Gaza.
Amr Moussa, Secretary General of the Arab League's gives FRANCE 24's Taoufik Mjaied an exclusive interview from Paris's Institut du Monde Arabe. Moussa shares his impressions on the Quartet's work to bring peace to the Middle-East.