Former Arab League chief: 'The one-state solution should be put on the agenda'
Amr Moussa is a former Egytian foreign minister and former head of the Arab League. In an interview with FRANCE 24, he advocated for a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying it "should be put on the agenda". Moussa also condemned Monday's violence at the Gaza border, calling it "an outright attack on the civil population". Finally, he said that Arab citizens want the region to be "rid of nuclear weapons", adding that "this applies to Iran, and it applies to Israel too".