WHEREAS, the goal of United States policy, as it approaches the remaining
central issues in the Middle East, should be to encourage, in the spirit of Camp
David, a comprehensive peace settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian-Arab
WHEREAS, a comprehensive settlement must be based on the commitment of all
parties to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the others and
to co-exist in peace and justice with their neighbors;
BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1982 General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist
Association urges the United States Government to adopt the following guiding
policies in its efforts to help achieve a comprehensive settlement and to
normalize United States relations with all of the Middle East's peoples:
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