Byline: RECORDER REPORT
ISLAMABAD : The Foreign Office has welcomed the Arab Summit's offer to Israel for "peace and security", in exchange for its withdrawal from Arab lands it occupied in 1967.
The proposal, pedalled by the Saudi Arabia, was adopted by the summit conference of Arab League member countries at Beirut on Thursday evening and was hailed by several world leaders as the "ground-breaking plan".
But at the same time the Israel not only rejected the plan as unacceptable in its present form but also moved with an offensive against the headquarters of Yasser Arafat at Ramallah.
A spokesman of the Foreign Office described the 'Beirut …