Shimon Peres said an Arab peace initiative does not deal adequately with the threats of Iran and Islamic terrorism. The Israeli vice premier voiced cautious support Tuesday for the Arab League proposal for comprehensive peace with the Jewish state, which was first drafted in 2002 and is being reworked in the wake of the Lebanon war. But he also pointed out its shortcomings.
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