Like all the Arab summits, the words of the Arab presidents and kings came with loud slogans, placing the Palestinian cause among the priorities, uniting the Arab ranks against Israeli arrogance and American intransigence.
Words unite without actions, and here we look at what is said:
Tunisia / Coverage / Awad Salam / President of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit stressed the importance of establishing a Palestinian state to achieve regional stability, while stressing the importance of establishing a Palestinian state to achieve regional stability.
Al-Gheit pointed out that the interventions in the affairs of some Arab countries have emerged from their crises.
In his speech, Sibsi called on the Arab leaders to send a clear message to the international community (stating) that the achievement of security and stability in the region, and indeed the world at large, is through a just and comprehensive settlement of the Palestinian issue.
He added that the settlement must "guarantee the rights of the brotherly Palestinian people and lead to the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital."
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi:
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that there is no way out of the conflict with Israel except by liberating all Arab lands.
"The Palestinian people have their rights in an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital, the return of the Golan to Syria and the liberation of all the lands of the occupied Arab states," he said
. Palestinian President: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that the Palestinians look forward to Arab leaders to support the Palestinian cause.
"We look forward to you in support of Palestine, the cause of the first Arabs," he said. He criticized the American support for Israel, saying "what Palestine is witnessing repressive practices and settlement activities and strangulation of the Palestinian economy and Israel's continuation of its racist policy and act as a state above the law would not have been without the support of the US administration of the Israeli occupation."
"In the absence of a political solution based on international legitimacy, let us convene an international peace conference to establish a multilateral international mechanism" to take care of the negotiations.
The Amir of Kuwait: "Any arrangements for a peace process in the Middle East are not based on the end of the occupation and the establishment of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, which will remain far from the ground," he said.
He said that "the world and its stability will continue to suffer a clash and deterioration unless a fair settlement is achieved in the Palestinian issue, which leads to the end of the occupation and the establishment of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital."
"Any arrangements for the peace process in the Middle East are not based on these references, they will remain far from the ground and do not achieve a just and comprehensive solution."
Secretary General of the League of Arab States:
For his part, Abul-Gheit said that the interventions of Iran and Turkey in the affairs of a number of Arab countries exacerbated the crises and removed them from the solution.
He added: "Interventions by our neighbors in the region, especially from Iran and Turkey, exacerbated the complexity of the crises and led to their prolongation and the search for a solution" .
The Arab countries accuse Iran of destabilizing a number of them and also object to the Turkish role in the war in Syria.
The position of the United Nations:
At the meeting, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich said any solution to the Syrian conflict must ensure the territorial integrity of Syria, including the occupied Golan Heights.
Speaking at the Arab summit in Tunis, Gutierrez said the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was "necessary".
Guterich also welcomed the efforts for a peaceful and democratic transition in Algeria "to calm the people's fears in a timely manner."
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mujerini said ignoring UN Security Council resolutions on the Golan was "not a solution". "
The two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the only realistic and viable solution ... We have a responsibility to prevent the two-state solution from being irreversibly dissipated," she said in her speech to the Arab summit in Tunis.
"Any future plan must recognize internationally agreed standards including the 1967 borders, the agreed exchanges and the status of Jerusalem as the future capital of the two states," Mujerini said.