Different views of the outcome of the Arab Summit have emerged, and as is customary, they are largely imprecise speculation. Claims included saying the failed to crack any of the intractable differences, and that it was intended to appease one side or another. Emissaries of four or five countries plagued with endemic crisis attended the summit saddled with their opinion and that of the governments they represent.
What is striking is that the reputations of all participants remained intact, before and after the meeting. They delivered the same statements for political solutions for the unrest across Syria, Libya, Yemen and even IraqRadwan al-Sayed