- President Donald Trump's Middle East plan has been rejected by the Arab League
- The league met recently to discuss the plan but feels it does not meet the minimum rights of Palestinians
- The plan suggests that Jerusalem be in the control of Israel
On 1 February, the Arab League chose to reject American President Donald Trump's controversial Mideast plan.
They say it doesn't meet the "minimum rights" of the Palestinians, as reported on by eNCA.
The league had a meeting in Cairo after America unveiled its plan which is felt to favour Israel.
Those present at the meeting included Saudi Arabia's foreign minister and the United Arab Emirates' minister of state for foreign affairs and Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the league issued a statement in which it makes it clear that this 'deal of the century' is rejected.
The Arab states also promised to not cooperate with the American administration to implement the plan.
Instead, the league wants Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state while the US wants Israel to remain in control of the contested city.
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