Arab League Formed to Create Diplomatic Arab Unity but Division of Palestine is Central Issue

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The Arab League is formed in order to create an official diplomatic framework for Arab unity and international cooperation in cultural, military, technological, and economic matters

. During its first years, though, the most important issue for the member states will be the fight to keep Palestine from being divided between Jews and Arabs.

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