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Palestine -- Israel

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Toronto Star

A young Israeli was in Canada raising ethical questions about the conduct of Israeli soldiers. One of the founders of Break the Silence, ex-soldiers who speak out about what they saw and did during their tour of duty in the West Bank/Gaza Strip.

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San Francisco Chronicle

U.S. officials training Palestinian security forces loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas are emphasizing urban anti-terrorist techniques as part of a systematic effort to bolster Abbas and his Fatah loyalists to counter the political success of Hamas, ac

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BBC

Supporters of rival Palestinian groups, Fatah and Hamas, are reported to have exchanged gunfire in the Gaza Strip, wounding at least four people. The gunfire broke out at a protest against growing lawlessness in the southern town of Khan Younis.

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McClatchy News

American political leaders watched with alarm during the past week as the Hezbollah militia laid siege to the U.S.-backed Lebanese government, but few would acknowledge publicly what most analysts and politicians here say is obvious: U.S. policy migh

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by President Jimmy Carter (LA Times)

It would be almost politically suicidal for members of Congress to espouse a balanced position between Israel and Palestine, to suggest that Israel comply with international law or to speak in defense of justice or human rights for Palestinians.

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y net news

A day after the Iraq study group submitted its report recommending the Bush administration push harder towards an Israeli-Palestinian agreement, Congress passed a bill forbidding the administration to hold talks with the Hamas government.

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Haaretz

There will be a war next summer. Only the sector has not been chosen yet. The atmosphere in the Israel Defense Forces in the past month has been very pessimistic. The latest rounds in the campaigns on both fronts, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, have lef

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AP

Human Rights Council passes two resolutions criticizing Israel, but keeps its record intact of singling out no other country for human rights abuses, taking the Jewish state to task for its occupation of Syria's Golan Heights and for building set

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AP

The Palestinian prime minister said that militants were prepared to stop firing rockets at Israel if it would halt all military action in Palestinian territories. Israel rejected the offer, saying it would respond positively only to a total truce.

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London Times

IN A desperate attempt to stop the barrage of rockets fired by Hamas at Israeli villages, Ehud Olmert, Israel’s prime minister, has ordered his security chiefs to target the Islamic movement’s political leadership.

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Daily Telegraph

To his enemies he is ruthless and corrupt. But to his allies in the West, Mohammed Dahlan is a potential Palestinian saviour to stand up to the radical Islamic group Hamas. Secular and tough – some say brutal – Mr Dahlan, a member of the Fatah par

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Jerusalem Post

Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas will tell President Bush that the proposed Palestinian unity government will recognize Israel's right to exist and previous agreements between the PLO and Israel," PA officials told The Jerusalem

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Christian Science Monitor

Mohammed Barghouthi was coming home from a late-night meeting when he found himself at a makeshift Israeli army checkpoint. The soldiers were stopping Palestinians, checking their IDs, and telling them to strip. "I said no. I am a Palestinian

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