Arabs Wary of U.S. Peace Plan In a bid to secure support for the U.S.-backed "roadmap" for peace, President Bush heads to the Middle East to meet with Arab leaders, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas. But in the wake of the war in Iraq, many Arabs say they're wary of America's intentions in the region. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.

Arab World Skeptical of U.S. Peace Plan

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