A leading Mideast expert from Lebanon explains that the Arab world may have reached the end of its rope with the Palestinians after 70 years of refusals to make a deal with Israel.

The Palestinians began refusing to make peace with Israel when the 1947 Partition Plan came down, and they’ve never changed their tune.

According to Tom Harb, the Co-Chair of the American Mideast Coalition for Democracy, Arab nations are tired of the pattern and are beginning to consider their own economic and security interests, in the absence of any solutions offered by the Palestinians.

A Lebanese-American, Harb also explained that Lebanon’s economy is weak because foreign companies won’t invest in a nation under the thumb of the Hezbollah terror group and Iran.

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