March '05 Archive
03-31-05 - Oppose Senate Resolution Undermining International Court of Justice?s Opinion
03-31-05 - Seven dead in West Bank car crash
03-31-05 - Palestinian mob burns police tents in West Bank
03-31-05 - Sharon Plan Looking Like Border Blueprint Citing fierce domestic opposition to disengagement, Israel has quietly asked the United States to refrain from criticizing it about settlement expansion or any other issue until after the pullouts are complete this summer, Israeli officials confirmed.
03-31-05 - Palestinian intelligence chief quits
03-31-05 - Priest recalls violent origins of Land Day
03-31-05 - Abbas orders crackdown on gunmen
03-31-05 - Palestinians pass reform budget THE Palestinian parliament passed a 2005 budget today meant to encourage economic reforms and accountability after the corruption tainted rule of late President Yasser Arafat.
03-31-05 - Palestinians want to return to The Hague PA reportedly plans international campaign to pressure Israel into abandoning security fence
03-31-05 - Palestinian PM calls for serious peace talks with Israel
03-31-05 - Rabbis urge Israeli troops to desert and thwart Gaza pullout
03-31-05 - Hell in Hebron
03-31-05 - Praying in Hebron, a nightmare for Palestinians Last week the army evicted two Palestinian families from their homes backing onto the Tomb to use it as an observation post during the Jewish carnival of Purim
03-31-05 - Jerusalem patriarch apologises for mistakes, insists he will not resign
03-31-05 - PCHR is concerned at the ongoing security chaos
03-31-05 - Religious Leaders Launch United Campaign Against ?World Pride 2005? Gay Festival
03-31-05 - Bank probe reaches Russian mogul Israel has had a chequered reputation in dealing with dirty money, and till 2002 was on an international blacklist of money laundering havens.
03-31-05 - Militant rampage raises questions about Abbas's control
03-31-05 - FBI at crossroads in probe of pro-Israel lobby group AIPAC
03-31-05 - Arab Soccer Players Rescue Israeli Team Kafr Kassem -"mishap"? By the time the shooting stopped that evening in 1956, Israeli troops had killed 49 peaceable residents, half of them women and children, in the village of Kafr Kassem, about 10 miles east of Tel Aviv
03-31-05 - Tuwani: Poison Pellets Kill More Sheep
03-31-05 - Papal candidate gives pro-Zionist talk
03-31-05 - Palestinian charges Ateret Cohanim with forging documents A Palestinian resident of Jerusalem who says he worked as a front man for Ateret Cohanim has charged that the yeshiva - known for its attempts to buy lands from Palestinians - is forging documents in order to grab lands in East Jerusalem.
03-31-05 - Mofaz hints UAV deal with China may be dropped He did not rule out that the Harpy unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) deal with China might be abandoned under US pressure.
03-31-05 - A Special Investigation In 1985, he resigned his major?s commission with the Israeli army and emigrated to South Africa to work for a Jewish charity serving the Orthodox community in Cape Town. Karni?s ?rst four years in the country were spent educating Jewish youth and encouraging them to relocate to Israel, according to an article the Israeli newspaper Ha?aretz published shortly after his arrest
03-31-05 - Israel has to return Palestinian lands: Abbas
03-31-05 - Gaza pullout would be implemented unarmed: Israeli security chief
03-31-05 - Palestinians to launch campaign to defend Jerusalem
03-31-05 - Sharansky's right wing politics paraded as "Democratic" Avnery records that earlier as Housing Minister, Sharansky had ?systematically enlarged the settlements on expropriated Arab land in the West Bank, trampling on the human and national rights of the Palestinians.?
03-31-05 - The isolation of Jerusalem, another catastrophe
03-31-05 - Yom al-Ard in Bethlehem
03-31-05 - Transport Ministry Wants Rail Link to Gaza and Jenin to Get National Priority
03-31-05 - Man found guilty in Daytona Beach murder
03-31-05 - Potential Costs of Gaza Pullout
03-31-05 - World Council of Churches concerned about Israeli actions in Jerusalem
03-31-05 - Syria urges Muslims and Arabs to unite against Israel's conspiracies Syria on Thursday called on Islamic and Arab states to maintain vigilance and unity against Israel's conspiracies to divide them
03-31-05 - Durbin open to direct aid to Palestinians
03-31-05 - Somerville's New Divestment Row The issue of divestment in Somerville was brought sharply back in the public eye again this week after the city's pro-divestment organization met to discuss adding a question about divestment from Israel on the city's ballot this November.
03-31-05 - A Jerusalem hospital embodies spirit of cooperation
03-30-05 - 3 Palestinians wounded in anti-wall demonstration near Hebron
03-30-05 - Palestinians fire at Abbas compound
03-30-05 - Palestinian women 'have suffered most in intifada' The report lambasts Israel for failing to allow sick and especially pregnant women access to medical care across checkpoints and suggests that some of the worst devastation wrought by the army's demolition of more than 4,000 homes since the Palestinian uprising began in September 2000 has been inflicted on women.
03-30-05 - Israel/Occupied Territories: New report reveals misery of Palestinian women's lives under occupation
03-30-05 - US treading delicate line on Israeli settlements Washington has sought to ease Palestinian anger over Israeli expansion plans on the West Bank without putting too much pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as he prepares a crucial pullout from Gaza
03-30-05 - Columbia Panel Reports No Proof of Anti-Semitism
03-30-05 - Israel's Arab minority marks Land Day The Arab minority in Israel commemorated annual Land Day to protest against ongoing discrimination and appropriation of their land by the Jewish majority
03-30-05 - Dahlan urges Israel to remove X-ray checking equipment at Rafah crossing "We have informed the Israeli side if these machines are not removed we will prevent the Palestinians from travelling through the crossing to protect their health,"
03-30-05 - The battle for the capital Even a disinterested onlooker can see that the elimination of East Jerusalem as a metropolitan center for its Arab hinterlands is now proceeding apace
03-30-05 - Sleepwalking to disaster in Iran John Bolton has made a career out of alienating the Russians.
03-30-05 - How did Jewish settlements begin? It's a secret "We do not reveal such materials because this whole issue of the settlement in the territories has entered a very problematic area of discussions or contact with the Palestinians," Tsur is cited as having said. "You know very well that the settlers did not enter a vacuum, and this certainly touches upon the contacts with the Palestinians. And you see what's happening in the outside world with the whole story about the fence. These are very delicate subjects, very problematic, and I am certain that you don't want to be the one to open these problems to the outside world."
03-30-05 - Israel: Militants Aren't Being Disarmed With the toppling of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, Israel considers Iran and its potential nuclear arsenal the gravest threat to its security
03-30-05 - Jewish Settlers Urged to Give Up Weapons
03-30-05 - Church land deal enrages Palestinians "When we take those [buildings] away from the Palestinians we're saying no - those footholds and strongholds are not going to be in your hands forever and ever," Homeland party member Uri Bank said.
03-30-05 - The planned chaos of illegal settlement outposts
03-30-05 - Nazi Graffiti Sprayed on Grave in Israel
03-30-05 - Israel doubts Egyptians will halt weapons to Palestinians
03-30-05 - Report by Palestinian Christians urges sanctions against Israel The churches have exhausted all other options with Israel," said Rev. Toll, stating that Sabeel's international patron, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu, has consistently compared the South African apartheid system to Israel's segmentation of the West Bank and its 'illegal wall' being built around Palestinian areas creating prison-like
03-30-05 - Woman 'horrified' after trip to West Bank
03-30-05 - Israel honors Egyptian spies 50 years after fiasco As unmentioned by author, the targets of these Israeli spies were AMERICAN, not 'foreign'
03-30-05 - Ultra-nationalist Jews banned from sacred Jerusalem compound
03-30-05 - Mofaz trying to rehabilitate defense industry relations with US Minister of Defense Shaul Mofaz will meet senior Bush administration officials in Washington today. In meetings with US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his deputy, Paul Wolfowitz, Mofaz will try to resolve disagreements between the US and Israeli defense establishments over Israel's military ties with China.
03-30-05 - Third Palestinian-European Conference on Israel Apartheid Wall Opens
03-30-05 - Refugees saddened by Hansen's departure "After you leave us, we will be like orphans," said a Palestinian mother whose daughter Noran al-Deeb, a pupil at one of the UNRWA's refugee schools, was shot dead inside her classroom in Rafah.
03-30-05 - Revelations from an Insider The question is: Will it be Israel as Cheney prepared us for recently who makes the attack, or will it be us?
03-30-05 - Manhattan's Friends of the Israel Defense Forces
03-30-05 - A new school for Palestinian children thanks to the Saudi Fund for Development
03-30-05 - The Bloody Paths to Crawford, Texas "The truth is that our one-sided relationship with Israel has only created more enemies for us in the Islamic World and more opportunities for terrorist attacks on our interests."
03-30-05 - New Tack In Divestment War And in another escalation of the fight over economic sanctions on Israel, a prominent Jewish group has started to purchase stocks in companies that could be targets of divestment campaigns.
03-30-05 - Top UK band to visit Palestine
03-30-05 - Intl. peace groups call for Israeli goods boycott It's illegal for American citizens to boycott Israeli products
03-30-05 - Pettigrew disappointed by Israel Foreign Affairs Minister Pierre Pettigrew issued a statement last Wednesday saying Canada was ?disappointed? by Israel?s move to build some 3,500 new homes in Ma?aleh Adumim, a community on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
03-30-05 - Israel-Palestinian business collaboration resuming after 4 years
03-30-05 - Israel's settlements
03-30-05 - SA has a better understanding of Israel, says Sharanksy Relations reached a low point last year when South Africa was one of the few countries in the world to make a formal submission to the International Court of Justice at The Hague against the security wall that Israel was building between itself and the Palestinian Authority.
03-30-05 - Judge tosses suit over L.A. airport terror The Justice Department determined that Hadayet, 41, had acted alone and called the shooting an act of terrorism related to the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
03-29-05 - Israeli soldiers injure Palestinian brothers near Nablus as refugee camp stormed
03-29-05 - B'Tselem: Israel maintaining 'strangulation' policy in Gaza Strip The report, titled "One Big Prison," documents what the organization says are Israel's violations of human rights and international law in the Gaza Strip
03-29-05 - Sharon wins vital vote on budget
03-29-05 - Gaza 'still closed' despite truce
03-29-05 - Hamas recruit: I was trained in militant camp in Syria Osama Mattar, now in Israeli custody
03-29-05 - Palestinians "could bring down aircrafts"
03-29-05 - American Jewish Congress Launches Campaign to Fight Divestment and Threats to Israel's Economy
03-29-05 - Israel is among the holocaust deniers Israel has never recognized the murder of the Armenian people, and in effect lent a hand to the deniers of that genocide
03-29-05 - Abbas optimistic militants can join Palestinian mainstream
03-29-05 - Jewish Settlers Warn of Violence
03-29-05 - Ambulances transport Israeli troops
03-29-05 - Dispatch of survey team to Israel and the Palestinian Autonomous Areas The Government of Japan will dispatch a survey team to Israel and the Palestinian Autonomous Areas to support the Palestinian effort to achieve economic self-support.
03-29-05 - 10,000 Activists to Temple Mount Next Month
03-29-05 - Palestinian and Israeli peace activists stand trial
03-29-05 - Michigan residents fight Israel's efforts to confiscate land
03-29-05 - Arab trade unions urge Israel to stop settlement process
03-29-05 - Israel Builds a New Segment of the Wall
03-29-05 - IDF Colonel fears settlers' fury
03-29-05 - PNA appeals to UN on Israel's settlement expansion
03-29-05 - Kaddoumi claims Israel poisoned Arafat
03-29-05 - Police to bar Temple Mt. gathering such an event could prompt Palestinian violence at the bitterly contested holy site
03-29-05 - Palestinian Land Day Demonstrations Against Wall
03-29-05 - BBC reporting doesn't tell the whole story I don't think the institutional press like the BBC, which is terribly important in this country ... I don't think it has got the nerve to tell the story the way it is
03-29-05 - Source: Only U.S. can help on Polish property
03-29-05 - Embattled Arab-Israeli soccer star turns into national hero "I respect Israel," he said. "I only hope that Israelis will respect Arabs."
03-29-05 - Palestine: Women?s March to Polluted Wadi Qana Wadi Qana, a valley full of natural springs and perfect land for citrus plants, was so polluted by the surrounding settlements that its 350 residents were forced to leave in 1986 and move to the village of Deir Istya
03-29-05 - Visit by pro-Israeli prof causes uproar at UofT
03-29-05 - Israeli euphoria over Lebanon starts to wear off
03-29-05 - Palestinians bring back stray Israeli soldier
03-29-05 - ADL to Release New Poll on Anti-Semitism in America During ADL Meeting in Washington, D.C.
03-29-05 - Google deletes Hamas ad Google Spokeswoman Debbie Frost said the advertisement was a breach of the search engine?s policy and was therefore removed
03-29-05 - AIPAC betrayed US spies to Iran?
03-28-05 - Car explodes in Gaza, several people wounded A car that drove in Gaza City that belongs to a Palestinian lawyer suddenly exploded on Monday night in one of the main city streets, wounding at least two Palestinians that were in the car
03-28-05 - Jerusalem Patriarch must go, says Palestinian Authority diplomat A Greek diplomatic source told AFP Monday that a Greek foreign ministry delegation sent to Jerusalem last week to help investigate the land sale controversy is preparing a report noting Patriarch Irineos I's failure to give useful information
03-28-05 - Palestinians call for immediate political negotiations Continued Israeli theft of Palestinian land is a constant signal to Palestinians that the current Israeli government has no intention to fulfill the vision of two-states or to live within recognised and secured borders."
03-28-05 - IDF said changing its checkpoint policy In recent weeks, Border Police at the "Container" checkpoint have either barred passage to East Jerusalem residents heading to Bethlehem, or have warned them that on their return, they will be summoned for questioning.
03-28-05 - Israel plans to retain control over northern West Bank Israeli authorities plan to dismantle some of these settlements and build new ones in their place
03-28-05 - Abbas's Fatah to hold primaries in reform move
03-28-05 - PM: We can't expect explicit U.S. okay to build in settlements
03-28-05 - Malaysian PM calls for int'l campaign against Israel An international campaign similar to the one against South Africa's former apartheid policy is needed to create an independent Palestinian state existing peacefully with Israel, the Malaysian prime minister said Monday
03-28-05 - 'Fence hinders religious freedom' The U.S. State Department?s annual human rights and democracy report says Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank and Gaza, as well as the route of the separation fence, hinder Christian and Muslim Palestinians from reaching their places of worship.
03-28-05 - West Bank: Israeli Soldier Wounded, Islamic Jihad Members Arrested
03-28-05 - Remember Baruch Goldstein once again, we are witnessing intensive violent activity whose goal is to fan the flames of hatred between Arabs and Jews
03-28-05 - Settlers warn of civil war over Gaza withdrawal
03-28-05 - Gaza withdrawal violates U.S. law? This is rich. The utter hypocrisy shines through once again.
03-28-05 - Hamas pledges retaliation for Jewish attack on al Aqsa Mosque Several Jewish groups had threatened to break into al Aqsa Mosque in east Jerusalem on April 10, in case Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon implements his disengagement plan
03-28-05 - PLO to mull militant groups joining - Islamic Jihad "It is necessary to follow up these issues with them (militants) so that we can push forward calm and the political process," or peace talks with Israel, Abbas said
03-28-05 - Budget for cancer mapping doesn't extend to Arab sector Ghanem presents data collected by the Israel Center for Disease Control, which shows that in the past three decades the rate of malignant diseases in the Arab population has risen by 97.8 percent among men, and 123 percent among women, as opposed to a rise of 39.8 percent for men and 24.4 percent for women among the Jewish population.
03-28-05 - Israel turns Qissaria mosque into a nightclub
03-28-05 - Jordan quizzes Orthodox Church head
03-28-05 - Palestinian peace conference kicks off in Malaysia
03-28-05 - Knesset rejects Gaza referendum Parliament in Israel has rejected a bill to delay the country's planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank.
03-28-05 - Their best defence Israel has no choice but to withdraw from the West Bank - not to indulge the Palestinians but to save itself
03-28-05 - A European Student's Experience at Columbia several Israeli Ministries have been involved in an active campaign to "promote pro-Israel activism on American campuses".
03-27-05 - Army to confiscate lands west of Bethlehem
03-27-05 - 'Our lives have become hell' Palestinian villagers have endured three days of harassment by settlers from nearby community, local council member tells Ynet
03-27-05 - Israeli minister heads to US to criticise Palestinian security record
03-27-05 - Israel delays handover of town
03-27-05 - US agrees with Israel on West Bank settlement growth: Rice "American policy remains unchanged in accordance with the roadmap, but I just wanted to make certain that everyone understood what the April 14th agreement is,"
03-27-05 - PM: Israel will retain settlement blocs Israel prefers to sidestep the issue of the settlement blocs of Ma'aleh Adumim, Ariel, Gush Etzion and the Jerusalem "envelope," and to continue massive construction in these areas, without reaching an explicit understanding with the United States. So far there has been no agreed-upon definition of the concept of "settlement blocs," or of their
03-27-05 - Palestinians Accused of Arms Smuggling
03-27-05 - Palestinians: Israel tries to weaken Abbas
03-27-05 - Israel brings 3 million settlers into Negev and Galilee With the support of Washington, an Israeli ministerial committee plans to pour some three million Jewish settlers to the Negev and Galileo regions during the coming five years
03-27-05 - U.S. Sticking to Bush Assurances to Sharon - Rice
03-27-05 - Sharon: U.S. Settlement Policy Is Clear
03-27-05 - Abbas Chides U.S., Israel on Settlements
03-27-05 - Palestinians say any Israeli retention of settlements 'unacceptable' "This will destroy the peace process... it will destroy President Bush's two state solution,"
03-27-05 - Israel to PA:Remove anti-aircraft missiles
03-27-05 - Mid-East peace song is broadcast
03-27-05 - Christians Celebrate Easter in Jerusalem with this year's celebrations coinciding with the Jewish Festival of Purim, the Israeli military imposed general travel restrictions on Palestinians in West Bank and Gaza from Wednesday through Sunday, steering many Christians away from requesting permission to travel to Jerusalem
03-27-05 - Syria, Tunisia vow adherence to Arab peace initiative
03-27-05 - Secret talks to bring troops from Jordan
03-27-05 - Abbas to visit Arab, European countries before heading to US
03-27-05 - Jewish settler arrested for vandalism in Palestinian village
03-27-05 - New PA Economics Minister Sunuqrut: We want cooperation with Israel
03-27-05 - Palestinian prisoners plan hunger-strike The prisoners will implement the hunger-strike to improve their living conditions in the prison and to press the administration to change its policy against the prisoners.
03-27-05 - Did soldiers sell rifle to terrorists? Military Police interrogating two IDF soldiers on suspicion of selling weapon to a Palestinian
03-27-05 - After dominating Palestinian life for four decades, Arafat fades into past
03-27-05 - Turkish technical delegation tours Palestine
03-27-05 - Palestinian Christians angry over property sale The head of the Greek Orthodox Church has denied these claims, but his detractors say he also denied a similar story several years ago that he sold land to Israelis who, not long afterwards, starting bulldozing a hilltop and building an Israeli settlement in Palestinian territory.
03-27-05 - Arab Israelis barred from using Road 557 to enter West Bank
03-27-05 - Israeli girl soldier, Palestinian elope
03-27-05 - E-1: the end of a viable Palestinian state "Security" has nothing to do with Israel's expansionist policies. Successive Israeli governments did not establish 200 settlements because of security. Nor did they build a massive infrastructure of Israeli-only highways that link the settlement blocs irreversibly into Israel for security reasons. Nor can the route of the Separation Barrier, nor the policy of expropriating Palestinian land and systematically demolishing Palestinian homes be explained by "security."
03-26-05 - Palestinians decry settler attacks The Palestinian Authority has urged the international sponsors of the peace process to pressure the Israeli government to stop attacks by Jewish settlers on Palestinian villagers.
03-26-05 - Old fears haunt Lebanon camps "I'm frightened, frightened to death. If we are disarmed, who's going to take care of us?,"
03-26-05 - No US agreement on West Bank settlement growth: Rice "There is at this point a desire to understand that better, so that we can understand better what a settlement freeze might really mean." In a follow-up phone call to the Post, Rice added that the US administration had had "discussions about steps toward a settlement freeze" but "we've never reached closure on that -- it's complicated."
3-25 - Two Palestinian hikers drown in Nahal Arugot Two Palestinian teens who were hiking in the Nahal Arugot area near Masada drowned Friday. The two were part of a group of 10 teens from the village of Beni Na?eem near Hebron.
03-26-05 - Rice adds fuel to debate over future of West Bank Jewish settlements
03-26-05 - Jewish settlements are not legal: Abbas Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas said on Saturday that the Palestinians' attitude toward Jewish settlements will never change, considering building of settlements on the Palestinian lands "illegal and unacceptable."
03-26-05 - Expansion of settlements is killing roadmap: Palestinian official
03-26-05 - Quraya seeks US clarification Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmad Quraya has urged the United States to clarify its position on Israeli settlements after apparently conflicting statements by top US officials.
03-26-05 - Palestinian star calls for faster reform
03-26-05 - No disengagement in Samaria Although the disengagement from the Gaza Strip and the disengagement from northern Samaria are supposed to take place simultaneously, many people - mainly the Palestinians - will be surprised to discover that the situation in the field will be entirely different.
03-26-05 - Freeze This Settlement
03-26-05 - Sharon wins vital budget backing
03-26-05 - U.S., Israel preparing
03-26-05 - Children of the shadows The criteria, designed to keep the number of eligible children at a minimum and prevent the inclusion of Palestinian children, include: birth in Israel, initial legal entry by their parents - either as tourists or workers, age between 10 and 18, and knowledge of Hebrew
03-26-05 - Purim in Yitzhar: Throwing stones at Palestinians and calling soldiers Nazis
03-26-05 - Russia "concerned" over Israel settlement plans
03-26-05 - AIPAC Probe / AIPAC works to preserve clout in U.S.
03-26-05 - Ex-MI6 man starts US-Hamas talks
03-26-05 - Plan to get militants to give up guns a shrewd compromise
03-26-05 - Hamas divides over truce with Israel
03-26-05 - Arabs Donate $101 Million To Palestine Fund
03-26-05 - Dispute over water keeps pot boiling Israel's 425-mile security barrier being built in the West Bank to keep out terrorists aggravates the vexing contretemps. It has created a sharp reduction of Palestinian water supplies...To keep the pot boiling, Israeli Defense Force Chief of Staff Moshe Ya'alon recently announced a new barrier will be built around the Gaza Strip before the withdrawal of Jewish settlers in July. Naem Baroud of Gaza's Islamic University charges, ''This will devastate farmlands and reservoirs''
03-26-05 - Settlers stone soldiers No one was hurt in the incident but several Palestinian homes were damaged.
03-26-05 - Sports ; Golf event to raise funds for Palestinian students:
03-26-05 - Analysis / Sharon, Bush and the settlements One again, Sharon came out on top, and paid neither a domestic nor an international price for his critical decisions to strengthen the "blocs."
03-26-05 - BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
03-26-05 - The AIPAC Investigation -- Current State of Play
03-26-05 - FROM WANNABE SUICIDE BOMBER TO FOOTBALLER
03-26-05 - The Passionate Attachment: America's Involvement With Israel, 1947 to the Present The authors then proceed to explain how the relationship between the United States and Israel violates Washington's warning and proves all his predictions of the consequences of a "Passionate attachment."
3-25 - Palestinians under attack from settlers In the latest incident, Israeli settlers in Yitzhar near Nablus attacked the Palestinian village of Asira al-Kabaliya. The mob threw stones at Israeli security forces when they sought to intervene.
3-25 - Five residents, including two children hurt in Bodrus
3-25 - 'Border Guard dumped boy in field' West Bank Palestinian town residents say Border Guard troops provoked local children, severely beat man during raid
3-25 - US firmly backs Israel's right to keep large settlement blocs
3-25 - U.S. Reiterates Support for Israel Plan The U.S. ambassador on Friday reaffirmed Washington's support for Israel to retain major West Bank settlements under any Middle East peace deal just days after Israel announced plans to expand a settlement outside Jerusalem
3-25 - U.S. urges Israel to stop settlement expansion
3-25 - U.S. policy on West Bank is unclear Kurtzer later called Sharon, told him he was misquoted and reiterated the existing U.S. policy,
3-25 - Activists report attack by Israelis The mother of a Louisville woman says her daughter and another Louisville resident were attacked by Israeli settlers in the West Bank city of Hebron and later arrested by Israeli police.
3-25 - Israel expropriates more land for settlements near Qalqilia
3-25 - Israel halts transfer of cities to PA
3-25 - US denies any accord with Israel over large settlement blocs
3-25 - Planned Jewish rally worries Jordan hardliners discussed sending thousands of Jews to the Haram al-Sharif, or Nobel Sanctuary, in order to draw Israeli army and police away from evicting settlers from Gaza and the northern West Bank.
3-25 - FBI probe into leaked secrets takes aim at AIPAC
3-25 - Thousands rally in Gaza to remember Sheikh Yassin
3-25 - Rehearsals for the Rapture Christian Zionists have been longtime and uncompromising supporters of Israel. For some fundamentalist Christians, this support is motivated by a belief in the "end-times" ? a series of events that takes place in Israel after the Jews have returned and solidified their hold on the territory.
3-25 - Israel can't use US equipment to violate Gaza residents' human rights That's the settlers' rights. Palestinians get the full treatment.
3-25 - EU Accuses Israel of Breaching Peace Road Map
3-25 - Russia concerned about Israel plans to build settlements
3-25 - Gaza settlers grow defiant
3-25 - Ottawa teachers suspended over anti-Jewish essay One teacher praised a student essay about martyrdom and killing Israeli soldiers and another helped with the artwork.
3-25 - 4th annual Chicago Palestine Film Festival 2005, April 15-May 3
3-25 - OLD BEAR RUSSIA BULLISH ON ISRAEL There has also been secret cooperation between Israel and Russia on the terrorism problem that has vexed both countries. In one case, when Israel helped Russia with a vital problem against terrorists, Putin called Sharon and told him "I love you" ? in Russian, a language that Sharon speaks.
3-25 - Jordan: Christ. protest church land sale in J'lem More than 1,000 Orthodox Christians in Jordan held a vigil here on Friday to protest the reported sale of church land in the holy city of Jerusalem to Jewish organizations.
3-25 - 'Discovering the Network' Israeli spies, defended by Plaut in the pages of Frontpage ? is this what passes for "patriotic" conservatism these days?
3-24 - US won't fight PM over housing plan
3-24 - Israeli plans to expand settlement not final: US The reported comments contradicted an assertion by a Sharon aide who said the Israeli prime minister had told the Americans that government approval for the development was "final."
3-24 - Amnesty: Time to act on removal of unlawful Israeli settlements
3-24 - Top UN Aide Urges Israel Halt Settlement Expansion
3-24 - Palestinians Seek to Block Settlement Senior Palestinian officials on Thursday asked two U.S. envoys to help block the expansion of the largest Jewish settlement in the West Bank, saying it endangers peace prospects and isolates east Jerusalem
3-24 - An ancient Palestinian village struggles to survive Israeli settlement expansion and settler violence
3-24 - Israel to ask US for $500-700m in disengagement aid
3-24 - Israel?s separation barrier affects half a million Palestinians ? Report They also said that about 130,000 Palestinian children may not be immunized once the wall is finished.
3-24 - Canada "disappointed" at Israeli settlement expansion Pettigrew argued that the plan was inconsistent with international law and the internationally-backed roadmap towards peace between Israel and the Palestinians
3-24 - Greek Orthodox Patriarch again denies alleged Jerusalem land sale
3-24 - UK refuses records on Jenin death "Surely the interests of a British citizen should take precedence over our relations with Israel,"
3-24 - Israel women trafficking soars The report described how the women are sold at public auctions for as much as $10,000 and forced to work up to 18 hours a day.
3-24 - Jordanian diplomacy falters on Palestine, Syria and Iraq
3-24 - Gaddafi "idiot" remark riles Palestinians
3-24 - Arab League Seeks Israeli Concessions "You cannot give everything to Israel with nothing in return,"
3-24 - The rabbi who pricks Israel's conscience There is a false equation that if you voice any criticism of Israel you are delegitimising Israel at some level. I believe the opposite."
3-24 - Israel Arab charged for club bomb An Israeli Arab has been charged with murder for his role in a suicide bomb attack that killed five Israelis at a Tel Aviv night club last month.
3-24 - Commission on Human Rights continues debate on violations in occupied Arab territories (2/2)
3-24 - Shot by mistake ?It is a classic ?shoot-and-cry? situation,? Ahmed Tibi said, ?But in this case the army doesn?t want to pay up. We?ve asked the army to at least expedite the hospital payment, and we haven?t even begun to speak about damages. But things are just going nowhere.?
3-24 - 'Far right radicalizing' In a briefing to reporters, the source pointed to a recent increase in disturbances perpetrated by settlers, who are targeting both Palestinians and IDF soldiers.
3-24 - Party under way at murderer's gravesite
3-24 - Gazans may be barred from TA flights "If Israel totally withdraws troops from Gaza and the Egyptians take over the control over the border with Egypt, then maybe we won't let them use the Ben-Gurion Airport,"
3-24 - Palestinian heroes remembered Palestinian Land Day is marked every year on March 30. It commemorates the killing of six Palestinians 29 years ago by Israeli security forces as they were protesting against the seizure of Palestinian land.
3-24 - Gaza plan leaves luxury home headache
3-24 - Israeli entrepreneurs train to enter U.S. homeland security market
3-24 - Rice Warns Israel Against Settlement Expansion
3-24 - An Israeli detour
3-24 - A step backward Our position: The U.S. can help Mideast peace by pushing Sharon to cancel expansion move.
3-24 - ISRAEL FLOUTS ROADMAP WHILE THE PALESTINIANS TOW THE LINE
3-24 - Arbitrator: Reactor workers cannot blame cancer on radiation
3-24 - George Washington, Jonathan Pollard and the Jews Report: Pollard stole 10-volume intelligence 'Bible'
3-24 - Yukos oil fugitives find safe haven in the promised land For the Russian government, they are allegedly dangerous criminals who have made off with billions in unpaid taxes and are wanted on charges that range from embezzlement to murder. For Israel, they are potential valued investors in the country's slowly reviving economy.
3-24 - Protesters target Caterpillar dealer ''It is ironic that these activists in Milford are protesting the sale of Caterpillar equipment to Israel at a time when Israel has decided to cease this practice of house demolitions," Israel is still demolishing homes 2 3
3-24 - French goalie refuses to play in Israel
3-24 - Caterpillar distributor is asked to join protest against sales to Israel
3-24 - Sharing the Land of Canaan: Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle
3-23 - Settlers Attack and Later Threaten Palestinian Shepherds Five masked settlers with sticks attacked the Palestinian family, injuring two women.
3-23 - Ma'on Settlers Invade Palestinian Land
3-23 - Poison Pellets spread on hillside where Palestinian sheep graze The contaminated site is the same area where Palestinians farmers and
herders were attacked on Saturday March 19th by twelve settlers from the Ma
3-23 - Israel rejects Arab peace initiative
3-23 - Libyan leader grabs summit limelight, calls Palestinians 'idiots' "The Israelis are idiots and the Palestinians as well," Kadhafi said
3-23 - Country cracks down on foreign Arab presence Most deeply alarmed are Palestinians, whose community in Iraq numbers more than 30,000, most of them in Baghdad. Many came here in 1948, when the British mandate in Palestine ended and the state of Israel was created. "By existing law, almost all of them could be deported," said a senior U.S. official
3-23 - 15 families surrounded, totally isolated in the Gaza Strip
3-23 - UN Official Urges Israel Free Jailed Palestinians He also urged the international community to pressure Israel to dismantle the wall being built on occupied territory, ruled illegal by the U.N.'s International Court of Justice.
3-23 - United States Urges U.N. Human Rights Body Not To Target Israel
3-23 - Israeli army seals off West Bank and Gaza
3-23 - Palm Sunday Procession Challenges Checkpoint Palestinian residents of Bethlehem are not allowed to enter Jerusalem
for any reason including, on this Palm Sunday, to worship
3-23 - Sharon survives key budget vote
3-23 - Transfer of West Bank cities jeopardised by Palestinians: Mofaz Mofaz's comments stood in stark contrast to comments made a day earlier by a senior Israeli intelligence official who praised Palestinian security efforts, saying they had prevented as many militant attacks as the Israeli security forces
3-23 - UN rights expert praises Israeli progress in territories, urges more Israel is still demolishing homes 2 3
3-23 - Syria envoy wants U.S., Israel to withdraw troops too
3-23 - Arabs avoid summit controversy, renew Israel peace offer Israel "does not deserve that we extend to it our hand" in peace, Mussa told a post-summit news conference, accusing the Jewish state of continuing to build settlements on Palestinian land.
3-23 - Athens opposes 'Arabisation' of Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem In Ramallah, on the West Bank, Palestinian MPs -- furious at the alleged sale of Jerusalem land to Jewish investors by the Greek patriarchy -- voted Tuesday for Arab Orthodox Christians to secede from the Greek patriarchy
3-23 - Religious heads call for protection of Jerusalem shrines
3-23 - Palestinians Worried About Unemployment, Poverty
3-23 - China calls for international support for Mideast peace process
3-23 - Gov?t says Yesha under belligerent occupation state representatives Osnat Mandel and Yuval Roitman wrote that "the areas of Judea and Samaria and the area of the Gaza Strip have been held by Israel since the Six Day War and until today in belligerent occupation"
3-23 - UN Investigator: Violence Down in Palestinian-Occupied Territories However, Mr. Dugard says these changes fail to address the main violations of human rights in the occupied territories
3-23 - Jerusalem Patriarch Sees Obstacles to Peace on Both Sides
3-23 - Palestinians fume over British Consulate security wall
3-23 - Thousands of women smuggled into Israel for sex trade
3-23 - British Ambassador Sends EU Message Britain is actively trying to persuade European Union member states to freeze all of Hizbullah's assets, including those of its political and social wing, following a change in government policy, British Ambassador Simon McDonald told The Jerusalem Post Tuesday. The shift followed Prime Minister Tony Blair's meeting with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon in Jerusalem in December
3-23 - Human rights dynamo backs Corries' suit against Caterpillar
3-23 - Israel not a favoured business location
3-23 - Song of hope
3-23 - Neocons Concentrate on Promoting U.S.-Iran War
3-23 - Life, Sustenance and Love: The Ambulance, the Olive Tree and Feras
3-23 - Control order flaws exposed The Palestinian refugee, who was held for three-and-a-half years, says he cannot understand the double standards of the order, and said it was further exacerbating his psychiatric difficulties.
3-23 - Israeli Human Rights Lawyer Defends Activists in Tradition of Langer, Tsemel "Jenin, Jenin." It screened only three times in Israel before the film board decreed it a piece of propaganda that would upset the Israelis and lead them to think their soldiers intentionally commit war crimes
3-23 - The Americans are going too far A high-ranking Pentagon official declared that Israel has to choose between the U.S. and China, an outlandish comment that deserves no response.
3-23 - Ridiculous and sublime Jerusalem, the site of Christ's death and resurrection, has long mixed religious spirituality with an all too human capacity for earthly nonsense
3-22 - Israeli Troops Wound Two Palestinian Boys in West Bank
3-22 - Palestinian teachers seek better pay Thousands of Palestinian public school teachers have staged protests against low salaries and deteriorating living conditions.
3-22 - U.S. Seeks 'Clarification' on New Israel Settlements
3-22 - Hebron Palestinians: Settlers attempted to poison our sheep The settlers reportedly dispersed contaminated feed over a 30 dunam (seven acre) area.
3-22 - 'Hizbullah, Syria planning attack' Jordan's King Abdullah says terror plot aims to elicit Israeli response in bid to distract attention from Syrian problems in Lebanon
3-22 - US pressuring Israel over settlements
3-22 - Greek Orthodox church mired in Jerusalem land row
3-22 - Rabbi guilty of blocking police A Jerusalem rabbi has been found guilty by an Israeli court of trying to prevent the demolition of illegally built Palestinian homes.
3-22 - Israel imposes full closure on W. Bank, Gaza over Purim
3-22 - Palestinians 'foiling militants'
3-22 - Critical dispute over Jerusalem real estate "This puts the entire peace process in jeopardy."
3-22 - Israel must 'give up occupied land'
3-22 - Arab summit to renew Israel offer
3-22 - Putin urges Israel to back Arab peace initiatives
3-22 - Israel has no intention of striking Iranian nuclear sites: Sharon
3-22 - Caterpillar: Making a Killing in Palestine?
3-22 - Settlement restrictions don't faze activists
3-22 - Congress' Bad Behavior The bizarre nature of these one-sided anti-Palestinian provisions were noted by a number of commentators, especially since they are far more restrictive than any passed by Congress during Yasser Arafat?s tenure as PA President, and represent a dramatic challenge by anti-peace supporters of Israel among the Democrats and far-right Republicans to efforts being taken by President Bush to show support for the new Palestinian leadership.
3-22 - Arab Summit Asked to Protect Palestine's Holy Places
3-22 - 'Youngsters willing to go to jail'
3-22 - Putin due in April for historic visit
3-22 - The Vision of a Blind Woman Ms. Al-Hissi, was shot by an Israeli soldier while she was six years old. One week after the shooting, she lost sight in one eye. Four years later, she completely lost her eyesight.
3-22 - The passionate minority and the silenced majority
3-22 - Growing pains "I was shocked by what's been going on. I had no idea what Israel was doing to the Palestinians."
3-21 - Israel's New Jerusalem Plan Angers Palestinians "Israel is responsible for any consequences resulting from this continuous violation of the road map," he said. "I don't think the Palestinian leadership and people can tolerate this."
3-21 - AP: Palestinians Restrict Weapons Use
3-21 - Trees Uprooted, Residents Attempting To Intervene A private Israeli company working near the village of Bil'in, in the western Ramallah area, is in the process of uprooting over 80 olive trees from the villagers' land now located on the western side of Israel's Separation Barrier.
3-21 - Handover of West Bank city agreed
3-21 - New settlements will close door to peace, warn Palestinians "If the issue of Jerusalem, the issue of borders, the issue of water and the issue of settlements are determined by the Israeli wall and settlements, what is left for negotiation? How do you translate President Bush's two-state solution to a realistic political track, while the land that's supposed to constitute a Palestinian state is eaten up by settlements and walls?"
3-21 - Palestinians saves millions of dollars in corruption clampdown: minister
3-21 - Israel plans new West Bank homes - paper Israel plans to build 3,500 new homes on occupied West Bank land for a residential complex connecting a major Jewish settlement to Jerusalem
3-21 - Israel will continue to expand largest West Bank settlements The Israeli authorities are preparing to revive plans to link Maale Adumim to Jewish settlements in Arab east-Jerusalem, occupied since 1967
3-21 - Jordan MP's want Jerusalem patriarch out
3-21 - Bethlehem bloggers online
3-21 - Israel's Gazan spies included in pullback - source
3-21 - N Zealand 'should take in Vanunu' New Zealand's Green Party has called for former Israeli nuclear technician Mordechai Vanunu to be offered a New Zealand passport.
3-21 - Choosing Wolfowitz definitely benefits Israel The World Bank will be supervising the implementation of hundreds of million of dollars worth of projects to rebuild Gaza
3-21 - Outside View: Syria's question to Condoleezza
3-20 - West Bank: Israeli, Palestinian wounded in two incidents
3-20 - Hebron settlers stepping up attacks Meanwhile Sunday, four settlers were arrested by police after they allegedly attacked a group of Palestinian farmers working in a field near Nablus.
3-20 - Last-minute hitch emerges to West Bank town handover In a move that is also likely to raise tension, Israeli authorities have given the green light for the construction of more than 3,500 new homes in the West Bank east of Jerusalem.
3-20 - Israel, Palestinians Deadlock on Handover Palestinians opened fire on Israeli police and soldiers searching for stolen cars in the Amari refugee camp next to the West Bank city of Ramallah, the military said, wounding two, one critically...
But Hamas and Islamic Jihad conditioned their support on Israel's stopping all military operations against the Palestinians. Israel has promised to honor the truce if quiet continues.
3-20 - New evidence of Israeli West Bank expansion Aerial photographs by Israel's defence ministry have provided fresh evidence that the government is continuing its rapid expansion of Jewish settlements in the West Bank despite public statements to the contrary.
3-20 - Four settlers arrested for alleged attack on Palestinians
3-20 - Could Gaza really be the next India? "Near Morag (an Israeli settlement in Gaza), we had to give up completely on two schools. Our schools have been hit so many times by Israeli fire and we have had four children killed inside the schools."
3-20 - Palestinian elections body resigns
3-20 - 'Army photographed 10-year-olds'
3-20 - Peres fears Likud split may delay Gaza move
3-20 - Every day, they come Just about every day, they come to nonviolently protest the confiscation of their lands.
3-20 - IDF orders new "impersonal" means for dispersing demonstrations The main feature of the "Venom" is allowing soldiers to fire non-lethal weapons to break up riots without leaving their vehicle and becoming targets of rocks, bottles and firebombs. Using a control panel in the vehicle, the operator can choose the type of ordnance -- stun grenades, smoke bombs, tear gas or rubber-coated bullets -- as well as selecting the proper range,
3-20 - Arabs Reject Jordan Proposal on Israel The original plan by Jordan's King Abdullah II had dropped the traditional Arab call for recognizing Israel in exchange for the Jewish state's withdrawal from land it has occupied since the 1967 Arab-Israeli War
3-20 - Pilgrims Retrace Jesus' Trip to Jerusalem
3-20 - We Still Haven't Learned Lesson of Activist's Death while searching the Internet for information about Rachel, I was stunned at the cruel campaign of vilification and blaming-the-victim that abounds there.
3-20 - Water: the language of peace and war in arid Middle East
3-20 - Arab Jews in Palestine Before Israel
3-20 - Withdrawal rankles Israeli farmers in Gaza "When the bulbs are plucked from the ground they just come right out of the sand with their roots intact," he explains. This makes them easier to clean, helping to meet stringent US inspection standards, he says.
3-19 - Inside scarred minds On his first visit to the Gaza Strip, Daniel Day-Lewis meets the Palestinian families living in the heart of the danger zone ? and the psychologists who are counselling them
3-19 - Civilian Dies of Wounds in Nablus as Israeli Aggression Continues
3-19 - Israeli forces invade West Bank towns
3-19 - Israeli forces strafing Lebanese border areas
3-19 - Qureia: Israel seeking to annex Jerusalem
3-19 - Promised land stained by spread of racism
3-19 - EU to offer Israel benefits for easing Palestinians' lives The European Union intends to offer Israel economic benefits in exchange for relieving the restrictions on the Palestinians, EU sources said.
3-19 - Thousands rally in support of Gaza pullout
3-19 - Church Leaders Seek Patriarch's Resignation
3-19 - What future for Israel's Palestinian citizens?
3-19 - 'Will silence those who condemn Zionists' "They stopped it from being broadcast not because of its (Hizbullah) political standing inside Lebanon, religious lessons, shows and movies," he said. "They stopped it because of its determined stance to support the Palestinians."
3-19 - European Union to declare customs exemptions on joint Israel-Arab exports The EU will declare a customs exemption for Jordanian-Israeli exports in the first stage, likely next month. Later on, it will consider easing duties on Israeli-Egyptian exports, and thereafter Israeli-Palestinian exports
3-19 - Despite IDF ban, MK Eitam and his family will relocate to Gaza
3-19 - Arab Ministers Approve Peace Offer, with Conditions
3-19 - Little changes after Jericho?s handover
3-19 - No surprise; Palestinian photographer wins the most sad photo prize
3-18 - Jewish investors secretly buy Old City properties from Greek Orthodox Church Purchasing property in the Old City, which is situated in occupied and annexed east Jerusalem, is fraught with political tensions as Jewish groups often try to obtain properties in the heart of Palestinian areas in a major settlement drive.
3-18 - Israel Backs Temporary Palestinian Truce
3-18 - Midest Extremists Pose Threat to Truce "Now on a daily basis Israeli security provides Palestinian security with information, including recorded phone calls between Hezbollah militants, Hezbollah officers and al Aqsa militants,"
3-18 - Israel to refrain from offensives Deputy Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the Palestinian agreement was positive but not enough.
3-18 - Approved Final Route of Separation Barrier Divides Jerusalem and Bethlehem
3-18 - Algeria: No Israel normalisation plan
3-18 - Bethlehem Mayor urges help for Christians The mayor was quoted in the Palestinian daily al-Quds as saying that the Israeli security barrier is damaging the local tourist industry. Not only are Palestinian lands being expropriated to build the wall, but Israel has de facto annexed Rachel?s Tomb. What's more, with land communication between Jerusalem and Bethlehem made more difficult fewer pilgrims are coming.
3-18 - Who shot Brian Avery?
3-18 - Third man bolted to Israel
3-18 - AIPAC on the VERGE, Tom DeLay Ensnarls Peace Aid Good cop (AIPAC), bad cop (Delay) routine. Both are bad for America.
3-18 - Jordan Proposes New Israel Peace Strategy
3-18 - How to launder outposts
3-18 - Israel bans Gaza settler influx Israel has banned its citizens from moving into Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip, aiming to forestall a feared influx of ultra-nationalists bent on blocking a pullout from the occupied territory this summer
3-18 - Sue Israel, not the bulldozer maker If you buy Israel's explanation that what happened was an accident, then why did the bulldozer operator not render aid after he realized she had been run over? That's no way to respond to an accident.
3-18 - Children ask why they can't enter Jerusalem on a donkey
3-18 - Bolton Bring's Pro-Israel Record To UN
3-18 - Media Shows Arab Street Still Seethes About Israel
3-18 - EU blocks Hezbollah TV broadcasts in Europe "The decision is another important step to closer Israeli-European ties," Shalom said
3-18 - Trivializing Palestinian suffering
3-17 - Yeshiva students attack Palestinians, wound at least five Military sources told Haaretz the Palestinians were severely beaten and that they were "almost lynched," an expression connoting an execution of defenseless victims
3-17 - Jewish Settlers beat Palestinians Three of the Palestinians needed hospital treatment in nearby Ramallah after the assault which left at least one man unconscious.
3-17 - Palestinian militants agree to extend truce If the truce holds, Israel could more easily carry out its plan to pull its troops out of Gaza, but it could also come under more international pressure to make other gestures
3-17 - Israel will not launch offensives if Palestinian calm observed
3-17 - Israel to tell UNHCR to shape up The UN's High Commission on Human rights (UNHCR) needs to clean up its act or be rendered totally irrelevant
3-17 - Calls for justice echo at memorial for Corrie "But I see this day as a time to celebrate the stand she took for justice," she said. "The stands for justice are not always the most popular ones."
3-17 - New Scandal: Israeli Forces Used Orders to Demolish Two Houses in Rafah to Demolish 25
3-17 - Qorei appeals to Israel to thwart Al-Aqsa mosque strike "We warn that the region will explode if there is any attack against Al-Aqsa,"
3-17 - EU finds no evidence it funded Mideast violence
3-17 - House Sets Limits on Palestinian Aid As DeLay Defies Calls of Bush, Rice The limits on Palestinian aid were the product of a deal brokered by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee
Before passing the bill Wednesday, House members overwhelmingly rejected an amendment, introduced by Rep. Anthony Weiner, a Democrat from New York, that would have blocked all aid to the Palestinians.
3-17 - Israel Boycotts Peace Conference; Mainstream Media Mum on Meeting
3-17 - Palestinians call for Arab intervention over Israel prisoners
3-17 - Text of the Declaration by Palestinians
3-17 - Aipac Puts Two Officials on Paid Leave
3-17 - Israel: A Call for Divestment
3-17 - Bush, in shift, invites Sharon to Texas ranch
3-17 - Jerusalem and Bethlehem divided by separation barrier The Israeli government has revealed its plans for the route of the separation barrier it is building around Jerusalem. It will cut East Jerusalem and the largest Israeli settlement in the West Bank off from the rest of the West Bank, and will divide Bethlehem
3-17 - Another Gaza tunnel destroyed
3-17 - Japan's star rises in Jerusalem While Japan's image as an unbiased player is a highly prized commodity, its most vital asset is that both Israelis and Palestinians regard Tokyo as trustworthy, an increasingly rare status in the notoriously difficult negotiations
3-17 - Palestinian poverty nears 50% across territories
3-17 - Israel pleased with choice of Wolfowitz Jerusalem Post's Man of the Year of 2003
3-17 - Israelis believed behind vast robbery attempt in Britain
3-17 - Wolfowitz Pick for World Bank Prompts Head-Scratching as with his fellow-neo-conservatives, Wolfowitz also has special concerns about the fate of Israel, where he lived during part of his teenaged years and which now is his sister's home
3-17 - Plot foiled to steal 421 million dollars from Sumitomo in Britain
3-17 - Israel to curb Gaza media access
3-17 - Fight Against Hate Hits High School The Zionist Organization of America has begun offering advocacy training for high school students partly so they aren?t ?susceptible to being taken in by the lies of the Arab propaganists [at universities] who call Israel a human-rights abusing horror,? ZOA National President Morton Klein said.
3-17 - Annan's Bow at Arafat's Grave Sparks Outrage in City U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's decision to lay a wreath at the grave of Yasser Arafat while on his way to the dedication of a Holocaust museum in Israel is infuriating New York politicians and Jewish leaders
3-17 - News: Chicago Lawyers Committee Announces Hate Crime Lawsuit Filed in Anti-Muslim Bombing On Thursday, March 17th Abbas Salmi and his family filed a lawsuit in Cook County Circuit Court against Eric K. Nix for bombing the family?s van in Burbank, IL on March 21, 2003
3-17 - The Captive Mind The targeting of Khalidi is perhaps most revealing of the movement's larger aims, since he is a redoubtable Palestinian moderate
3-17 - Gaza Solidarity Denied
3-17 - Vanunu faces new jail term Whistleblower charged with breaching gag order
3-16 - Settlers attack Palestinian house in Hebron The roof of a Palestinian house in the West Bank town of Hebron collapsed Wednesday when a group of settlers struck the building's walls with hammers
3-16 - The Killing of Rachel Corrie Amnesty International Urges Rice Urged to Support Independent Investigation
3-16 - Jewish extremists plot takeover of Jerusalem holy site: TV Jewish extremists are plotting to take over a disputed holy site in Jerusalem in a bid to sabotage Israel's planned withdrawal from Gaza, an Israeli television station reported
3-16 - 10,000 Jews to ascend Temple Mount Group seeks to reclaim
Israeli control of holy site
3-16 - Israelis hand Palestinians limited control of Jericho "It's wrong to say Palestinians have been given control of Jericho. Instead, the lockdown has been partially lifted. They have only dismantled one checkpoint and eased traffic at another,"
3-16 - Palestinians take control of West Bank city "The Israelis want Abu Mazen to fail. Every time you reach an agreement with them they break their promises."
3-16 - Bulldozer firm sued over Gaza death
3-16 - Caterpillar sued over Gaza death
3-16 - Swiss-Israeli arms deals to restart
3-16 - Sharon invited to Belgium under severe diplomatic pressure, notably from Washington, the Belgian government agreed to scrap the law and parliament approved a new, watered-down version requiring that plaintiffs be Belgian nationals.
3-16 - House of Representatives Okays $200 Million for PA
3-16 - Letters to the Editor Since the shooting had taken place in one of our schools, I ordered an immediate investigation into the circumstances of the case. The report unequivocally discredited the theory that the girl had been hit by any Palestinian "firing in the air."
3-16 - Palestinian refugees face obstacle course
3-16 - INTERVIEW - Palestinians train force to handle Gaza pullout
3-16 - 2,488 Palestinians permitted to work inside Israel: official
3-16 - Hamas, Jihad refuse to discuss cease-fire with Fatah in Cairo
3-16 - Open Letter to Kofi Annan
3-16 - US and Brittain support of Israel on the rise "There is a clear opportunity, right now, to build support through a significant education campaign" about how Israel, a democracy, is taking risks for peace.
3-16 - Lelia Matthews left March 11 to ride into Jerusalem, recreating Jesus' arrival more than 2,000 years ago. The trip, which the participants pay for themselves, is a way to show solidarity with "all people in the Middle East who are oppressed" and help facilitate a nonviolent end to the "illegality and immorality" of the occupied territories there, Mrs. Matthews said.
3-16 - Fear and loathing across the Middle East
3-16 - Flo busted in Palestine
3-16 - Saying Israelis are 'legitimate targets' not a hate crime
3-15 - U.S.: Israel broke promise to set settlement boundaries Israel has still not kept a promise that it made the United States last April to demarcate the built-up areas of every West Bank settlement, for the purpose of setting limits on the settlements' growth. As a result, the U.S. has halted the work of the Israeli-American task force that was supposed to deal with this issue.
3-15 - Rachel Corrie's family sues Israel, IDF The family of Rachel Corrie, a pro-Palestinian activist killed by an Israel Defense Forces bulldozer in Rafah two years ago, yesterday filed a lawsuit in the Haifa District Court against the State of Israel and the IDF
3-15 - PA: Right of return paramount The Palestinian Authority has denied Israeli press reports citing concessions from President Mahmud Abbas on the issue of Palestinian refugees' right of return.
3-15 - Israeli Official: Killing of Palestinian Lecturer Was Due to "Identification Mistake"
3-15 - Family of Slain Protester Sues Caterpillar
3-15 - Army blames dog for killing of innocent Palestinian
3-15 - Abbas says he expects full ceasefire by armed groups Palestinian leader calls for talks to start on statehood
3-15 - Palestinians discuss ceasefire
3-15 - Talks secure Israeli army handover of Jericho Israeli troops will pull back from the West Bank city Jericho on Wednesday
3-15 - Because of Israel, the Palest. economy lost $15b
3-15 - Palestinians turn against suicide bombers
3-15 - We Won't Forget Rachel
3-15 - US Mideast security coordinator meets Palestinian interior minister
3-15 - Israeli settler protest condemned Dozens of Jewish settlers and their supporters blocked a main highway at the entrance to Tel Aviv at nightfall Monday, causing a huge traffic jam
3-15 - Knesset resolution demands Pollard's release
3-15 - White House clarifies Bush comments on Israel "The role of the United States will be to continue to urge both parties to make the sacrifices necessary, sacrifice meaning that Israel must withdraw from the settlements, there must be contiguous territory for a Palestinian state, into which a Palestinian state can grow,"
3-15 - Visiting US Jews slam Gaza pullout Dozens of American Jews toured Israeli settlements in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday to protest against the government's plan to evacuate the occupied Palestinian territory this year.
3-15 - PM focuses on Hizbullah with EU leaders Diplomatic officials in Jerusalem said this should not be interpreted as signaling a seismic shift in American policy, and that when Bush said that Israel must withdraw from the settlements, he was referring to the unauthorized settlement outposts. "This has long been US policy, and there is no change,"
3-15 - New Zealand blocks visit by senior Israeli officer amid diplomatic standoff
3-15 - Israelis fear Syria's Lebanon exit is no panacea
3-15 - No state means no protection Sakallah, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Michigan, remembers what it means when you are stateless
3-15 - Jihad criticizes Annan for weak stance on Israeli barrier
3-15 - Soldier escapes murder charge
3-15 - Bishop suggests occupied Palestinian territory could become part of Third World "The pressure currently being exerted by the Americans on Syria needs equally to be exerted upon Israel to enable a withdrawal of Israeli troops and settlers."
3-15 - Hamas refuses to participate in the Palestinian govt
3-15 - A senior United Nations official has hailed the UAE for its $27 billion contribution for building the Jenin camp in Palestine
3-15 - Palestinian Plan to Free Militant Sparks Row
3-15 - Israeli President Warns of Anti-Semitism
3-15 - Jewish community lines up to blunt message of anti-Zionist author It was part of a carefully planned effort by the United Jewish Federation to minimize the impact of Finkelstein's appearance by quietly filling the seats of the lecture hall with Jews already inured to his "ridiculous and vile distortions,"
3-15 - Israel surprised at banning
3-15 - Rap finds new voice in occupied Gaza Far away from its roots in the Bronx of New York, rap is finding a new voice as a group of young Palestinians sing about the frustrations of life under occupation in the Gaza Strip.
3-15 - Israeli spy fights life sentence in US jail The New Yorker magazine said Pollard gave away a 10-volume surveillance manual, described by one ex-intelligence officer as "the Bible," which contained detailed information on how US intelligence collects signals anywhere in the world
3-15 - U.S. judges tell Pollard his case is 'not unique' "The problem with Mr. Pollard" is that he "he thinks he is unique," Sentelle said. "This is not unique."
3-15 - Israel's ranking in "Euromoney" Country Risk Index almost unchanged Israel gets full points only in three categories: Access to foreign banks (5 points); repayment of loans repayment of loans? Ok, where's our tax money then?
3-14 - Palestinian youths shot
3-14 - Report: Abbas to declare not all refugees to return to Israel
3-14 - U.N. to Register Property Damage in Israel
3-14 - Palestinians demonstrate against Annan's Ramallah visit Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated against United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan during his visit in Ramallah yesterday, protesting his refusal to visit the construction sites of the separation barrier in the city.
3-14 - Palestinian Militants See Conditional Truce Possible
3-14 - Ministers Agree on 3 West Bank Handovers Israel is to turn over control of the West Bank town of Jericho to Palestinian security Wednesday, to be followed two or three days later by Tulkarem, Israeli officials said after a meeting of Palestinian and Israeli Cabinet ministers
3-14 - Israel delays action on settler outposts Instead, the 21-member Cabinet consigned the report to a ministerial committee, a decision that some parliament members described as tantamount to burying it.
3-14 - Jerusalem barrier route revealed Israel has annexed East Jerusalem, though under international law the area is considered to be occupied territory.
3-14 - Israeli barrier to take in Jerusalem settlement suburb "Maale Adumim and its industrial zone are an integral part of Israel and I don't believe the Americans will contest it because President George W. Bush said a permanent settlement must take demographic realities into account,"
3-14 - Israel is accused of barrier land grab The Israeli announcement came as a newly-released UN report showed that the wall will swallow at least a tenth of the West Bank's most fertile lands, where about 49,000 Palestinians are living in 38 villages.
3-14 - Twighlight zone / Riding roughshod Women in labor, the sick and the injured must make their way by ambulance over this long and rough road, via the olive groves, solely because Kedumim Mayor Daniella Weiss' armed security officers won't let them use the direct route
3-14 - World will work to create Palestinian state, says Annan
3-14 - IDF troops arrest two West Bank settlers IDF troops Monday arrested two West Bank settlers suspected of opening fire in the Palestinian village of Akid, west of the town of Ariel.
3-14 - Peace campaigners, Palestinians and Israelis, meet in Ramallah
3-14 - Annan hopeful over Mid-East peace
3-14 - Committee approves bill to commemorate Ze'evi's legacy "The life work of a racist who called for transfer on the backdrop of racism should not be perpetuated,"
3-14 - PM promises campaign for Palestinian state AMSTERDAM ? Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende promised Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Monday that he will strive to help establish a viable, independent Palestinian state.
3-14 - U.S. Group Backs Israeli Settlers
3-14 - Grossman: What's good for Israel is good for U.S.
3-14 - Remembering Rachel Corrie: Justice Still Not Served
3-14 - Apple Trade Boosts Syria-Israel Peace Hope A U.S.-brokered troop separation deal returned Quneitra to Syrian rule in 1974 but not before retreating Israelis bulldozed hundreds of houses. Israel now holds two-thirds of the Golan, or about 450 square miles, and formally annexed it in 1981.
3-14 - Russia offers to allow Israel to check missiles sold to Syria
3-14 - No green light to Israel for strikes on alleged Iran nuke sites: Rice
3-14 - Some 250 Israeli teenagers to refuse military service Some 250 Israeli pupils in their last years at school have signed a petition refusing to do compulsory military service while the Jewish state occupies Palestinian territory.
3-14 - Academic Integrity Travestied at Columbia Middle East Studies Conference Reminiscent of HUAC-era Hollywood, the likes of Kramer have been lobbying Congress for passage of new Title VI legislation that would establish independent monitoring of university courses on issues that "affect homeland security," especially Middle East and international policy studies.
3-14 - Saudi funds to rebuild houses in Gaza
3-13 - Israel to destroy 20,000 Palestinian homes in Jerusalem The Israeli authorities announced that there are some 20,000 Palestinian residential houses in the city of Jerusalem and its outskirts which they allege were built without licenses.
3-13 - Soldiers attack a protest for women near Ramallah The protest was conducted by nearly two hundred Palestinian and Israeli women, and Palestinian schoolgirls
3-13 - Israel tortures Palestinian detainees- Report
3-13 - To the Secretary-General of the United Nations Mr. Kofi Annan
3-13 - Israel to demolish 25% of 'land grab' outposts Meanwhile, the Israeli chief of staff, General Moshe Yaialon, announced that Israel would build a temporary fence to divide Jerusalem from the West Bank. The Israeli supreme court is examining several petitions against the fence which have slowed construction.
3-13 - Hamas, Fatah Backers Fight Over Elections
3-13 - Palestinian-Israeli joint committee to convene on prisoners release "The Palestinian side will demand Israel release all prisoners detained before the Oslo Accords and those ill prisoners as well as children and women,"
3-13 - Israel to build second security fence along Gaza Strip
3-13 - Christians flee homes after Druze youths riot "My children were in their room and for the first time ever I thought that they could all be killed. If there was any question of a Jewish family being threatened there would be thousands of police on the streets."
3-13 - Annan kicks off Mid-East mission
3-13 - Israeli ruling leaves Greek church in a spin
3-13 - Israelis say elected Hamas role could hamper talks
3-13 - Israel will attack Iran 'only as last resort'
3-13 - Israel picks a hardline defence chief Halutz also instructed Israeli helicopter gunships and pilotless aicraft to target Palestinian activists along with their families and children in their own homes, or while travelling on crowded streets
3-13 - Erez terminal reopens, now sits on Green Line
3-13 - Israel to allow entry of 1,400 Palestinian workers
3-13 - Israel to dismantle post-2001 West Bank outposts
3-13 - Sharon: Hezbollah endangers Palestinian gov't
3-13 - There Is No 'Peace Process' -
3-13 - Druze women attend conference against compulsory army service
3-13 - No terror link found in probe of money Saleh and most of those arrested are of Palestinian descent
3-13 - How AIPAC Works - Part 2
3-13 - Franciscans and the Holy Land Orthodox Jewish groups received 40% approval and are growing. Wherever they control the local administrations, they apply their rules of life to public affairs -- timetables, transit -- thus discriminating against those who do not follow them
3-12 - Revealed: Israel plans strike on Iranian nuclear plant Tehran claims that its programme is designed for peaceful purposes but Israeli and American intelligence officials ? who have met to share information in recent weeks ? are convinced that it is intended to produce nuclear weapons.
3-12 - Palestinian workers protest About 2,500 unemployed Palestinians, who had previously worked in Israel, arrived at the building carrying signs and demanding work
3-12 - Israeli hospital rejects to treat an Israeli woman transferred by Palestinian ambulance
3-12 - Fatma Dies of her Disease Due to Israeli Measures
3-12 - Israeli Troops Invade Villages in West Bank
3-12 - Abbas welcomes Hamas poll pledge
3-12 - Hamas enters parliament election
3-12 - Iran Nuclear 'Nightmare' Very Close, Israel
3-12 - Hebron: Who is responsible?
3-12 - Hughes to Head Efforts to Improve U.S. Image Abroad In her new post, Hughes would lead the Bush administration's efforts to counter the negative image of the United States in many Muslim countries that was spurred by the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and a perceived anti-Palestinian bias in Washington's Middle East policy.
3-12 - Earnest Hypocrisy: The U.N., Lebanon, and Israeli Exceptionalism
3-12 - Palestinian Right to Education Petition
3-11 - Who is Pushing Whom into the Sea? approximately half of the 1948 refugees fled or were extirpated before the first foreign Arab soldier set foot in Palestine....Transfer committees were actually set up from 1937 on until 1948 in order to study ways of riding Palestine of as many Arabs as possible.
3-11 - Palestinian militants say only Israel can bring halt to anti-Israeli attacks
3-11 - Israel Shortens Timeline for Gaza Pullout
3-11 - River Jordan 'nearly running dry' Palestinians complain that Israel diverts up to 80% of water from shared underground aquifers for its own use - including that of Jewish settlers.
3-11 - Hamas Marks Anniversary of Leader's Death
3-11 - Continued Loss of Human Rights in Palestine
3-11 - Palestinians: 'We must work in Israel' Thirty years of Israeli occupation of Palestinian areas produced total dependency on Israel.
3-11 - Egyptians to patrol Philadelphi Route
3-11 - World must persuade Israel to tear down barrier on Palestinian land ? UN meeting
3-11 - In bed with Israel: EU's close relationship with Israel supports abuse
3-11 - 'Israeli textbooks racist?
3-11 - Canada: Bring us your passport so we can cross off 'Israel'
3-11 - Sharon: I could fall over budget
3-11 - BBC says sorry to Israel The climbdown has angered some BBC journalists, who say it will compromise their work in Israel.
3-11 - Behind Scenes, Israelis Press for Syria to Leave Lebanon
3-11 - IDF pullout kit ignores debate about settlements All settlements in the territories are part of the historic continuum of Zionist settlement in the Land of Israel, which has enjoyed the support of all Israeli governments, according to an explanatory kit on the disengagement plan prepared by the Israel Defense Forces' Education Corps
3-11 - U.S. Court to Hear Pollard Appeal A U.S. federal appeals court next Tuesday will hear oral arguments on motions to overturn Jonathan Pollard?s imprisonment.
3-11 - A Free-Speech War Columbia critic of Israel banned from a program for NYC teachers by Joel Klein
3-11 - Syrian Accuses U.S. of Bias in Mideast The Syrian ambassador to the United States said Thursday that President Bush was unfairly criticizing Syria for having troops in Lebanon when he should speak out more forcefully about Israel's occupation of Palestinian territory
3-11 - Chips are down for West Bank's empty casino
3-11 - Beating Israel's activist deportation system, this time Over 130 internationals that work with the ISM and other international peace groups that work against the occupation have been black listed by the government of Israel for their peace work.
3-10 - Israeli troops kill militant "Just as calm is demanded of us, we also ask that Israel not do things like this,"
3-10 - Militant killed in Israeli raid An Israeli bulldozer ended the siege by crushing the suspect
3-10 - Fatah gunmen storm Abbas meeting
3-10 - Israel/Occupied Territories: Human Rights Concerns for the 61st Session of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights Every year the Commission on Human Rights adopts several resolutions condemning Israel for abuses against Palestinians. As outlined below, Israel continues to commit serious violations of international human rights and humanitarian law which deserve condemnation, notably the dire humanitarian impact of the wall and other forms of closure that amount to collective punishment
3-10 - Israel, U.S. begin military exercises eyeing Iranian missiles Israeli security sources said that the operation is aimed at preparing the Jewish State to defend itself against possible Iranian aerial attacks
3-10 - Israeli military commander threatens At-Tuwani shepherds
3-10 - Abbas expects ceasefire next week, accuses Israel of foot-dragging
3-10 - Palestinian leader expects militia ceasefire
3-10 - Mubarak demands full Gaza pullout
3-10 - Erekat condemns Israeli refusal to remove checkpoints around Chief Palestinian Negotiator Saeb Erekat blamed Thursday Israeli refusal to remove checkpoints surrounding Jericho for the failure of the Israeli-Palestinian meeting on handover of the West Bank city.
3-10 - The two faces of Ariel Sharon need to be scrutinised emphasis on outposts played into the hands of settlers, by ignoring the much larger settlements the outposts were created to link. "Even without them there are 240,000 settlers living in the West Bank,"
3-10 - U.S. rabbis, Jewish leaders to visit Gaza with the aim of expressing solidarity with residents slated for evacuation under the disengagement plan.
3-10 - Patriot crews heading to exercise in Israel ?The symbolic thing is this signals the American commitment to Israeli security,?
3-10 - Palestinian condemns Israeli decision to phase out Palestinian labor
3-10 - Apartheid targets Palestinian home-owners inside Israel Again by law, non-Jews are not entitled to apply to join these communities. So even if Ali wanted to build a home outside Sakhnin in one of these Jewish communities, by law he would not be able to do so.
3-10 - Israeli army closes probe into Miller shooting, soldier won't be charged Reporters Without Borders voiced outrage today at the Israeli army's decision to close the investigation into the May 2003 fatal shooting of British journalist James Miller in the Gaza Strip and to not press charges against the soldier who fired at him.
3-10 - U.S. official says Israel has yet to fulfill its pledge on outposts
3-10 - U.S. Churches Send Ecumenical Representatives to Israel, Palestine
3-10 - Rachel, Full of Life
3-10 - Mideast duty for U.S. troops may include Israel
3-10 - Abu Mazen Demands Political and Financial Support from Washington
3-10 - Display spurs heated debate Touring activists want Americans to learn more about the Middle East conflict, specifically the controversial "wall" in the West Bank
3-10 - Israel lifts ban on BBC producer
3-10 - Rejecting the US anti-Semitism act What is the US law's exact definition of anti- Semitism, and why does it include criticism, or "demonisation", of Israel and Zionism?
3-10 - ISRAEL HEADS FOR WAR WITH SYRIA
3-10 - Dead filmmaker's family to launch legal action The family of the award winning British filmmaker James Miller, shot dead by an Israeli soldier in Gaza two years ago, is to launch a civil action for unlawful killing after learning that the soldier who opened fire will not be prosecuted.
3-9 - Israel accused of assisting illegal outposts
3-9 - Israeli Officials Could Face Charges Over Outposts The international community views all the settlements as illegal. The outposts are unauthorized even by Israel.
3-9 - Mass resignations in Fatah Some 250 Fatah members in Gaza City have quit in protest against the "internal chaos" within the Palestinian resistance group.
3-9 - Palestinian militants ready for ceasefire
3-9 - Israeli Officer Indicted To Kill a Palestinian Child Back On Duty
3-9 - Israel won't prosecute officer suspected in British journalist's death "It is not legally possible to link this shooting to the gunshot sustained by Mr Miller," You need to see these two reports - Israeli troops shot British journalist in neck: autopsy Autopsy indicates cameraman was killed by Israelis
3-9 - Israeli officer who killed UK journalist faces minor charges Crucially, the soldiers in the vehicle were not asked to hand in their weapons for inspection until a month after the killing, and there is some evidence that the guns may have been swapped.
3-9 - Sharon criticised over settlements Israelis began building settlements more than a decade ago to break up Palestinian areas and prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state.
3-9 - W Bank handover talks break down Talks reportedly stalled over the issue of the removal of an Israeli army checkpoint at the entrance to Jericho
3-9 - Security Council pledges support for Palestinians
3-9 - PNA mulls referring to UN, ICJ issue of Jerusalem
3-9 - Defusing Israel's "demographic bomb" While Israeli Jews thought the day they would become a minority was perhaps still twenty years away, the evidence is increasing that the bomb has already exploded and Palestinians are already a majority in historic Palestine, as they were until Israel was created.
3-9 - Weiner: Disband Columbia Bias Panel "We should have killed them all,"
3-9 - Ultra-Orthodox mentor curses Sharon over Gaza plan Let God strike him down
3-9 - Middle East a Topic at Terror Conference Resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is key to any hope of curtailing global outbursts of violence, panelists at a summit on democracy, terrorism and security said Wednesday
3-9 - U.S. officials defends $350 million Palestinian aid request
3-9 - Britain 'dismayed' at Israeli move not to prosecute over journalist's death
3-9 - US planes near Israeli test area were in international airspace: Pentagon
3-9 - U.S. blasts Israel over Lebanon remarks The Americans are also displeased with reports that Israel is demanding that the United States and Europe not reduce their pressure for a complete withdrawal of both Syrian forces and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards
3-9 - ISRAELI "IMPERSONATORS" KEY TO TERROR FIGHT
3-9 - Family seek report on Israeli killing of film-maker
3-8 - 'Settlement blocs could be lost' Despite US objections to building over the Green Line, Barak said Israel should immediately build Jewish housing between Jerusalem and Ma'aleh Adumim
3-8 - Protest against the Wall in Ramallah several residents injured
3-8 - Ya'alon: No Palestinian laborers by 2008 "The Palestinians have enough armed police personnel. They don't need any help," he said. "They don't need even arms. They have enough."
3-8 - Retirement Plan for Palestinians Reviewed Israel's foreign minister is reviewing with top Bush administration officials a proposal to use Arab-financed buyouts to get militant Palestinian security officers to retire.
3-8 - Study: Israel Gov't Promoting Settlements
3-8 - Abbas accuses Israel of reluctance over peace ahead of key talks
3-8 - Bush: Israel must help build Palestinian state
3-8 - Khatami warns of increased pressure against 'anti-Zionist' countries "The groups and governments which oppose the interests of Zionists and their occupation policy will be put under more pressure and described as problematic,"
3-8 - Only sewage keeps Jordan river alive
3-8 - Writing is on the wall for Sharon, settlers warn "We are loyal to what God wants. We are loyal to the demands of the land of Israel and we are not willing to give up one inch. We will stop Sharon one way or the other."
3-8 - Israel to give up West Bank towns
3-8 - Water For Palestine: Unreasonable And Inequitable
3-8 - Palestinians shun bombers to give peace a chance
3-8 - Japan considers separate Abbas, Sharon visits to mediate peace
3-8 - U.S. to Israel: Leave outposts or relations will be harmed
3-8 - Family hope for answer on killing
3-8 - Overview of U.S Support for Palestine; Rep. Ros-Lehtinen Schedules Wednesday Hearing on U.S. Policy Changes Subcommittee Oversight Hearing: U.S. Policy Toward the Palestinians in the Post-Arafat Era
3-8 - Abbas: Gaza pullout must end occupation
3-8 - 'Sharon inspires al-Qaeda' "The threat is from the policies of the current Israeli government, which in its abuse of the human rights of the Palestinians... raises the temperature of the Middle East to a boiling point - thereby creating threats to all of us,"
3-8 - Towards a More Secure Future: UN Agencies Operating in the Occupied Palestinian Territory Call for Action in Improving the Situation of Palestinian Women
3-8 - Annan calls for real end to Mideast conflict
3-8 - Israel says ceasefire not enough
3-8 - Arabs in U.S. wealthy, well educated, report says
3-8 - For holy feasts, Palestinians face circuitous route into Jerusalem "If Jesus were here, he would talk to us of hope and of not giving up," said Musleh, the father of four children and a cook at the French consulate in East Jerusalem. "He would make the detours and cross the checkpoints and tell us to continue with our struggle. He taught us forgiveness, and he would tell us to let it go, that time will heal (all things.)"
3-8 - Israeli firm wins US weapons contract in Iraq Israeli company Palsen Sasa has won a contract to armour US military vehicles in Iraq, company sources said Tuesday.
3-8 - Some Israeli youths refuse to enlist
3-8 - Settlement through 'Gazafication'
3-8 - Reining In Damascus on Behalf of Israel Without fail, since his first day in office, but most notably following the attacks of Sept. 11, the Bush administration?s foreign policy in the Middle East has been consistent with Israel?s regional objectives, politically and militarily.
3-7 - Palestinian child killed in West Bank grenade explosion
3-7 - Middle East gets first superheroes
3-7 - Two Israeli troops shot in Hebron
3-7 - Israel's Military Develops New Strategy For Border Protection A key element in the concept, officials said, was the maintenance of a one-kilometer buffer zone in the eastern Gaza Strip that would be clear of Palestinian buildings.
3-7 - Palestinians to Control West Bank Town
3-7 - Palestinian women continue to suffer under Israeli occupation as they commemorate International Women's Day
3-7 - Family Condemn Israel Over Shot Briton "All the evidence shows that the shot that killed our son was a deliberate shot."
3-7 - Lebanon's Palestinians Hold on to Arms, Fear Future
3-7 - Arab League 'will push for peace' The plan envisages an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and is expected to propose a "just" solution to the issue of Palestinian demands for the return of refugees to land now inside Israel.
3-7 - Israeli bank investigation widens Investigators say employees helped customers move money without reporting the transfers.
3-7 - Israel mulls supplying PA with more water
3-7 - UN chief to visit Middle East to revive peace process
3-7 - The Loss of Iman: Palestinians want to be treated as equals
3-7 - Canadian police chiefs on visit The police chiefs, in Israel for the first time on the initiative of the Canadian Jewish Congress Ontario Region
3-7 - Palestine to Israel: Send Money ?We know what must be done; we have experience. But they must lift their boot from our neck and allow us to do the job,? Dahlan said.
3-7 - More Gaza clandestine tunnels destroyed Palestinian police Monday destroyed a tunnel linking the southern Gaza Strip and Egyptian territory as part of a campaign to eliminate the secret passages.
3-7 - Qureia unhappy with withdrawals in WB
3-7 - Report: Israel Jails 310 Palestinian Children
3-7 - Erekat expresses optimism over resuming contact with Israel
3-7 - AIPAC Losing this Fight
3-7 - Debut US tour of "Made in Palestine" exhibition Made in Palestine showcases a collection of contemporary art made by 23 Palestinian artists and refugees, who live in the occupied territories and in the Diaspora.
3-7 - Israel-Palestine Conflict Is Called A ?Human Rights Challenge To Us All'
3-6 - Abbas: Bush Has No Right to Prejudice Peace Deal Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said George W. Bush had no right to prejudice a Middle East peace agreement with commitments he made to Israel last year and urged early talks to prepare for statehood
3-6 - Court rejects petition against new fence route in Beit Sourik The petitioners said that the new route expropriates 200 dunams of agricultural land for the fence and separates the villagers from 1,000 dunams more which will be located on the Israeli side of the fence
3-6 - Report: Gaza travel remains difficult Palestinian travel remains extremely difficult, with movement out of the Gaza Strip having decreased by nearly 50% during the month of February, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported
3-6 - Israel to Turn Over West Bank Town Before leaving for Washington on Sunday, Shalom indicated the focus of his talks in Washington would be Syria and Lebanon, not the Palestinians
3-6 - Dahlan urges Israel to ease Palestinian movement "The most important thing is to give hope and security back to the Palestinian people,"
3-6 - At- Tuwani: Israeli settlers occupy a Palestinian village...nonviolently? Although the settlers chose not to attack on this occasion, their
action was not really non-violent because the threat of violence was
3-6 - Israel jacks up pressure on Syria amid fears over Lebanese border
3-6 - Bush-Sharon meeting in Washington in April Sharon last visited the White House in April 2004 on what was his ninth trip to Washington since taking office in March 2001.
3-6 - Israel accuses Syria of being involved in terrorism
3-6 - Sharon, Abbas to Meet Bush in April for Peace Push Should the $61 billion package not pass, the government will fall before Sharon goes to Washington.
3-6 - Arab world warms ties with Israel Meanwhile, the replacement of Saddam Hussein's regime with a democratic government in Iraq, and intensified international pressure on Syria, including demands that it withdraw from Lebanon, has boosted Israel's security.
3-6 - Israel Seeks Support for Syrian Withdrawal
3-6 - Israel demands withdrawal of Iranian Guard Israel's official position is that the Syrian forces deployed in Lebanon are not the only foreign army in that country
3-6 - Israeli, Palestinian Generals Resume Contacts
3-6 - Dahlan: PA to prevent attacks on Israel
3-6 - Israel has transcript of Jihad attack order Israeli intelligence agents have provided U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice with a phone transcript in which Damascus-based Islamic Jihad leader Ramadan Abdallah Shalah authorized the suicide bombing at the Stage nightclub in Tel Aviv last month.
--a phone transcript
3-6 - Gaza's Jews Rush to Accommodate Expected Influx of Residents A new initiative seeks to provide housing for the hundreds of individuals and families who want to move to Gush Katif to strengthen veteran Jewish residents in the face of expulsion.
3-6 - Thoroughly Palestinian Stories: A review of Suad Amiry's hit book "Sharon and my Mother-in-Law"
3-6 - Israel accuses French charity of helping Hamas Israeli military intelligence views these actions as direct or indirect aide to Hamas "terrorist infrastructures".
3-6 - Hezbollah chief confident Israel will soon pullout of Shebaa farms "the (Hezbollah) resistance's mission and role is not just for the liberation of the Shebaa Farms, but to join the Lebanese army in defending Lebanon as long as Israel agresses and violates its sovereignty."
3-6 - British Gas quits exploration in Israel At one point, IEC considered buying natural gas from the British Gas and Palestinian Authority fields offshore from Gaza, but Prime Minister Ariel Sharon vetoed the idea, for security reasons
3-6 - Israeli bank 'in laundering scam'
3-5 - Jewish settlers attack Palestinian farmer in northern West Bank
3-5 - Israel to confiscate more Palestinian land in Jerusalem
3-5 - "Gush Shalom" Demands AG Mazuz bring Rabbi to Justice In an interview with the extreme right-wign weekly "Besheva", published in Jerusalem, Dodovich stated that youth interested in stealing the olives of their Palestinian neighbors consult him before they steal , and he gives them "detailed instructions."
3-5 - Israeli units target Palestinian boys
3-5 - Palestinians Seize Weapons in New Crackdown
3-5 - Abbas says no law and order in Palestinian cities until Israeli forces leave
3-5 - Abbas to visit Japan
3-5 - Israel Sees Peace with Lebanon After Syrian Exit The Israeli cabinet minister, a leading deputy of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (news - web sites)'s rightist Likud party, added however, that Syrian President Bashar Assad's remarks still did not meet Israeli or world demands.
3-5 - Mideast peace impossible without return of occupied lands: Assad Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that Middle East peace will not be possible without the return of Syrian land occupied by Israel.
3-5 - Israel Dismisses Syria's Plan for Lebanon "Israel demands a full implementation of U.N. Resolution 1559 , meaning a complete withdrawal of all Syrian troops from Lebanon,"
3-5 - Top Jordan minister visits Israel
3-5 - PM: Partial Syrian pullout not enough Prime Minister Ariel Sharon wants Syria to withdraw completely from Lebanon, and will not be satisfied with only a partial pullout.
3-5 - U.S.: Syria Pledge Not Enough "President Assad's announcement is not enough," the State Department (search) said in a statement issued hours after the Syrian leader made the pledge in a speech to parliament.
3-5 - Palestinian Children Sue USA Caterpillar Corporation for Enabling Israeli Occupiers to Demolish their Homes
3-5 - Syria is forced to expel Palestinian extremists
3-5 - Shalom leaves for US, Mexico he is to go to Washington for talks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. In addition to discussing disengagement and the situation with the Palestinian Authority, Shalom is expected to raise Israel's demand to get the EU to place Hizbullah on its list of terror organizations and the status of efforts to stop Iran's nuclear program
3-5 - A new tactic for the Border Police? On three of the five protest days last week, undercover border policemen - identified as such only after they fired their pistols or arrested a number of minors - suddenly popped up among the demonstrators
3-5 - Israel sees peace with Lebanon after Syria exit
3-5 - Fatah rejects surrendering arms to Lebanon Abul Enain said the Palestinians in Lebanon had an experience when they surrendered their weapons under the assurances of the state. But (Israeli Prime Minister, then Defense Minister) Ariel Sharon quickly carried out the massacres at Sabra and Shatilla Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut
3-5 - Jihad denies leadership involved in Tel Aviv bombing
3-5 - Israel Pumps Sewage Into Lebanese Village
3-5 - Jewish American peace activist jailed upon entry into Israel
3-5 - Israel, the mayor and anti-semitism Ken Livingstone's was a brilliant and honest piece. As a Jew in my 50s, I have been disgusted at the way in which the spectre of anti-semitism have been used as a shield against any criticism of Israel's repugnant and racist policies towards the Palestinians over 60 years.
3-5 - Sharon?s Visit to Spark Uprising
3-5 - At Least Residents Can Appeal To Court Native Palestinian inhabitants with deeds to property are forced from their homes with no compensation and no recourse
3-5 - 'Mossad attempted Dublin hit'
3-4 - Four Palestinian children injured in Gaza blast
3-4 - Fatah Gunmen Attack Palestinian Police Station
3-4 - Israel deviates from truce promise, hunting Tel Aviv bombers On Thursday morning, two explosive devices were detonated near troops who were operating in the Balata refugee camp near Nablus, but no one was hurt.
3-4 - Palestinian's struggle to build a home "They fired tear gas into the house to drive my family out - my kids were screaming and crying.
"Then, the bulldozers came and destroyed my home."
3-4 - An End to Israeli Violence?
3-4 - Kuwait agrees to open a Palestinian embassy
3-4 - UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON QUESTION OF PALESTINE The theme of the Meeting is ?Implementing the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the OccupiedPalestinianTerritory -- The role of governments, intergovernmental organizations and civil society?.
3-4 - Four Israelis held for allegedly attacking French comedian
3-4 - How US Media feeds the Violence in Palestine When a Palestinian schoolgirl was brutally shot in the head some weeks ago, the story was omitted from the front page of every newspaper in the country
3-4 - Two in three Israelis would back Gaza pullout in vote Most Israelis, 71 percent, also believe that other settlements in the West Bank should be evacuated in the future, said the poll in Yediot.
3-4 - Blix Urges Nuclear-Free Middle East
3-4 - Lebanon crisis deepens as Syria pressed to pull out troops Syria has long argued that it needs to retain troops in Lebanon because of Israel's continued occupation of the Golan Heights, seized from Damascus in the 1967 war.
3-4 - Poll: Attachment of U.S. Jews To Israel Falls in Past 2 Years The patterns point to a rejection of critical views of Israel's treatment of Palestinians, but they hardly amount to consensus, let alone unanimity.
3-4 - Is the Potential AIPAC/Neocon Scandal About to "Blow Up"?
3-4 - If Syria Is Expected To Withdraw from Lebanon, Shouldn?t Israel Withdraw From the Occupied Territories? So, we are told that somehow Syrian troop deployments in Lebanon are bad, while Israeli troops and settlements on Palestinian territory are either acceptable or are to be treated with respectful silence.
3-4 - Israeli Air Force Training for Long-Range Bombing Missions
3-4 - Britain and EU move to outlaw Hizbollah Israeli and American attempts to isolate Hizbollah are making headway after signs that Britain and the EU may impose new proscriptions on the Iranian-backed Lebanese guerrilla group.
3-4 - Lebanese opposition contacts Israel about Syrian withdrawal Senior officials at Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's office were in touch with Lebanese leaders even before the current crisis.
3-4 - UN should confront Iran, says Israeli President "All of us should be standing very strongly against this," Mr Katsav said. "Iran is not a democracy, it is totalitarian. Secondly, it backs international terrorism. If it has nuclear weapons, these three elements together would be a disaster for the world."
3-3 - Car bomb explodes in W Bank city An Israeli military spokesman said militants detonated the car bomb during the night as an Israeli military vehicle drove past it.
3-3 - "Damming" West Bank farmers Rain is a blessing and grace from God. But the wall has turned it into curse. The rain flooded our crops for three days, the plants have all drowned and died; the cauliflower rotted and the eggplant plants have frozen from the frost. We are ruined
3-3 - Palestinian minister accuses Israel for settlement expansion Israel said Wednesday to confiscate 10,677 donoms (about 1,003 hectares) lands of the West Bank villages of Yatta, Samoua, Zaheria and Ramadeen, in addition to 25 donoms (2.35 hectares) to fill up seven wells in southern Bethlehem.
3-3 - PA set to resume executions
3-3 - Egypt, Abbas urge continued cooperation despite TA bombing The Palestinian Authority is trying its best to control the militants responsible for such bombings, but the results will not always be "100 percent," Egyptian presidential spokesman Suleiman Awwad told reporters.
3-3 - Mass resignations in Fatah Thirty-two Fatah leaders from the West Bank have resigned their posts in protest against alleged mismanagement by senior members.
3-3 - Likud party urges pullout vote
3-3 - Bush Keeps Fueling the Fire "[T]he Bush administration has almost completely adopted Israel's view of events in the Middle East ? rightly or wrongly ? and made all of Israel's enemies ? America's enemies as well, and branded them as terrorists."
3-3 - Livingstone risks Jewish anger with Sharon attack Mr Livingstone launched a provocative critique of Israel with accusations of "ethnic cleansing" and demonising Muslims before calling for the imprisonment of its Prime Minister.
3-3 - Palestinian American Calls for US Investigation into Israeli Killings of his Family Members
3-3 - This is about Israel, not anti-semitism · Ken Livingstone is the London mayor
3-3 - Between South Africa and Israel: UNESCO's Double-Standards Normal relations between peoples can only flourish after oppression has ended, not before and not as a prelude to it
3-3 - Christian Aid Sees Hope in Continued Palestinian Peace Effort Christian Aid gave a representation of the views from Palestinian Christians in its statement. Bernard Sabella of the Department of Service to Palestinian Refugees, Middle East Council of Churches says, "The biggest stumbling block [to peace] is the reality of continued occupation. If Israel wants real peace it must not continue holding onto settlements in the occupied territories, and exerting full control over Palestinian lives."
3-3 - Egypt to help convince Israel to implement Sharm el-Sheikh
3-3 - Palestinians need economic as well as military security
3-3 - Eiland proposes citizenship limitations for Palestinians "The Citizenship Law is the way to overcome the demographic demon,"
3-3 - Apartheid Wall destroys Beit Surik?s Lands
3-3 - Japan fears growing Israeli crime Israeli involvement in criminal activity in East Asian countries is causing serious damage to the country?s image and could also threaten national security, Israeli consul in Tokyo Moshe Harel told Ynet.
3-3 - Case ramps up Israel advocacy training "Never say pro-Palestinian. Say anti-Israel,"
3-3 - An Israeli dispute on the Syrian question All the interlocutors should be reminded that the withdrawal of foreign forces from Lebanon must include the removal of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, dozens of whose officers are active in Lebanon. This subject has been shoved to the sidelines, and Israel must bring it up at every opportunity.
3-3 - Israelis seek compensation from Libya
3-3 - UK government announces £10 million contribution for Palestinian Authority
3-3 - Israeli President dodges protesters in Melbourne
3-3 - Former Israeli Air Force pilot now delivering message of peace
3-3 - Red tape sinks peace voyage Red tape has foiled a plan for Israelis and Palestinians to sail together to Jordan and Egypt in an unusual peace demonstration.
3-2 - The illness: breast cancer; Cause of death: the occupation Essential equipment for the treatment of cancer, such as radiology equipment, does not exist in Gaza because of Israel's opposition - Health Inforum says the opposition stems from the use of radioactive materials in the treatment.
3-2 - Ethnic Cleansing 101: The Case of Lifta Village The demolition of Lifta, sponsored by the Israel Lands Administration, is part of the Israeli government's development plan for West Jerusalem.
3-2 - Palestinian Leader Abbas Visits EU Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas told the European Union on Wednesday that he wants Palestinian statehood "as soon as possible."
3-2 - U.S. gives Israel ?go-ahead? to strike Syria
3-2 - Numerous ceasefire violations by Israel: report
3-2 - Rice: Syria has a lot to answer for TA blast "We don't know the degree of Syrian involvement, but certainly what is happening on the territory of Syria, in and around Damascus, is clearly threatening to the different kind Middle East we're trying to grow,"
3-2 - Abbas pleads for direct talks with Israel Mr Abbas wants direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians on the issues that need to be resolved in order to secure a final peace deal, including borders, refugees, Jerusalem and Israeli settlers.
3-2 - EU vows support for Palestinians On Wednesday, Mr Barroso said the EU had told Israel and the US of its disappointment that the Israeli army had destroyed projects supported by the EU.
3-2 - IDF expects Abbas to replace PA security personnel
3-2 - Israel Disappointed at Palestinian Conference in London "They did not go far enough. We were disappointed there was no mention of the need to dismantle terror organizations,"
3-2 - Israel warns Abbas to crackdown on militants The ominous warnings came as Abbas -- basking in global support for Palestinian political, economic and security reforms unveiled in London -- vowed to create an independent Palestine as quickly as possible.
3-2 - 'Money cannot fix' Palestinian woes before real reform: World Bank Roberts also suggested Israel would not accept any "final status" negotiation on the creation of an independent Palestinian state right now. "I don't believe that the Israeli political system can absorb anything over and above the disengagement of Gaza for the moment. It is already a genuinely traumatic process for Israel," he said.
3-2 - Druze fear rabbis will allow shooting at non-Jewish soldiers
3-2 - London meeting's success questioned
3-2 - Israelis Welcome Lebanese Uprising "This is a most important development, its something we have been hoping for," Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom told Army Radio
3-2 - Israel drops plan for Gaza moat Hundreds or even thousands of Palestinian homes might have had to have been demolished to build the 25m (80ft) deep trench.
3-2 - Dahlan, Peres meet in Tel Aviv
3-2 - Palestinians, Egypt call snap summit
3-2 - Minister defies gun-toting Palestinian militants
3-2 - Chinese Deputy FM calls for redoubled efforts to win Middle East peace Dai said China hopes to see an early peace in the Middle East and that the country has been providing aid to Palestine
3-2 - Palestinians get boost but no nearer grand goal at London meeting: analysts
3-2 - Columbia University and the New Anti-Semitism Wielding this new ideological weapon, Israel's champions aim to cut down pro-Palestinian voices inside America with the same ruthlessness Israeli soldiers employ to shoot up Palestinian children outside their homes.
3-2 - Israel negotiating to hand over Gaza greenhouses to Palestinians
3-2 - Speaking to the Presbyterians About Selective Divestment
3-2 - Italy to help train Palestinian police
3-2 - Activist calls on area Palestinians Barghouti finished second to Mahmoud Abbas in the Palestinian Authority's election for president in January. For nearly 30 years, Barghouti has helped build health care and civil institutions in occupied Palestine. He is secretary of the Palestinian National Initiative, an opposition movement, which has advocated for democratizing and reforming the Palestinian politics and government.
3-2 - Embattled Columbia prof jabs back at press Hertzberg drew anger from the crowd when he said the NYU Jewish studies department and the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies could not survive without being avowedly Zionist.
3-2 - Crowd gathers to protest against Israeli President's visit
3-1 - Palestinians told this is best chance of peace in years
3-1 - Laying 'Foundation Stones' For Palestine
3-1 - Donors Promising $1.2B for Palestinians
3-1 - U.S.: Terrorists in Syria Bombed Tel Aviv "We do have firm evidence that the bombing in Tel Aviv was not only authorized by Palestinian Islamic Jihad leaders in Damascus, but that Islamic Jihad leaders in Damascus participated in the planning."
3-1 - Israel ups pressure on Syria "We don't think Syria should remain in Lebanon. Their occupation should come to an end," said Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom, speaking in Hungary.
3-1 - Militants fire at convoy of Palestinian interior minister in Jenin
3-1 - Straw backs Abbas with call for full peace conference Israel left no doubt that it blamed Syria for the Tel Aviv bombing which killed five Israelis outside a disco. Israeli intelligence officers briefed ambassadors of the European Union, the G8 and the UN Security Council. They read from a transcript of an intercepted telephone call in which Ramadan Shallah, Islamic Jihad's Damascus-based leader, ordered a West Bank commander to go ahead with the bombing. The West Bank activist was not named. Officials said they hoped to make more arrests in co-operation with the Palestinian security services.
3-1 - U.S. rebukes Israel's human rights
3-1 - Source of Tel Aviv Bombing Remains Unclear
3-1 - NO AID FOR CHECKPOINTS Contact your Members of Congress to express your support for US assistance to Palestinian civilians and ask your Members of Congress to offer an amendment to the supplemental appropriation request to make sure that none of this assistance can be earmarked for projects by Israel to solidify and entrench its restrictions on the freedom of movement of the Palestinian people in their own land
3-1 - Israeli Military Causing Pollution
3-1 - ISRAEL POLICY BECAME US POLICY In the Perle-Feith-Wurmser strategy, Israel?s enemy remains Syria, but the road to Damascus runs through Baghdad. Their plan, which urged Israel to re-establish ?the principle of preemption,? has now been imposed by Perle, Feith, Wurmser & Co. on the United States.
3-1 - Blair hails 'ripple of change' in Middle East Syria has one last chance, warns PM
3-1 - Syria fails to guarantee complete withdrawal "[Bekaa] is very important strategically and we feel many Lebanese, including members of the opposition, realise this. The Israel military threat is there and we cannot forget that fact,"
3-1 - World leaders say expect 'action by Israel' Senior British sources said on Tuesday they do not accept Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's position that Palestinians must fulfill a series of obligations before implementation of the road map can begin
3-1 - Palestinian population exceeds Jewish population says U.S. government The population of Palestinians living in Israel, the Occupied Gaza Strip, Occupied East Jerusalem and rest of the Occupied West Bank combined now exceeds the number of Israeli Jews, a U.S. government report has revealed.
3-1 - World Bank: Palestinians need investments
3-1 - USAID wraps up emergency water operations The projects began in 2002 when military action caused extensive damage to infrastructure, disrupting water and sanitation services throughout the West Bank and leaving large sections of towns without water for several days.
3-1 - U.N. pledges support for Palestinians U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan is seeking global support for an independent, democratic Palestinian state and pledges the world body's readiness to help.
3-1 - Attackers will face 'very large forces,' Israel says Israel's defence minister warned yesterday he will send large forces into Palestinian neighbourhoods if Israeli troops and settlers come under fire during the withdrawal from the Gaza Strip this summer.
3-1 - Face up to the facts on the ground Britain and Europe are funding Israel's occupation and expansion
3-1 - Lessons from the struggle against Apartheid
3-1 - Bridging the gaps through an MBA
3-1 - The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (and War) the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs role as a pro-war pressure group with an annual budget of $2.5 million, is rarely mentioned by the U.S. media.
3-1 - Prof Discusses Palestine Colleges A Jew herself, Harris believes it is important for other Jews to speak out against the injustices committed against innocent Palestinians without feeling as if they are being unfaithful to Israel.
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