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Plea bargain for Tali FahimaAvi Cohen - Ynet/Yediot Ahronot - Under the terms of the agreement, Fahima could be released in less than a year30/11/2005
Interview with Diana Buttu, Legal Advisor to the Palestinian Authority Mike Brand - Radio All For Peace - Gaza has been turned into a huge prison. And that was exactly the Palestinian fear when the disengagement plan was announced. And truly there is no airport, no seaport, and no land crossings to anywhere. It really has been turned into a very large prison. 3/11/2005
Ayalon: “I killed Arabs more than Hamas killed Jews”Saed Bannoura -IMEMC & Agencies - Ayalon said that there is one significant difference in the ideology of the Labor party; “We call for arriving to a permanent solution, with two states for the two peoples, in order to guarantee Israel as a state of the Jews and Palestinian as the state of the Palestinians”. 29/11/2005
Gunmen force canceling of Fatah voteKhaled Abu Toameh - The Jerusalem Post - The ruling Fatah party on Monday called off primary elections in the Gaza Strip following a series of attacks on polling stations and armed clashes between rival gangs. The elections are being held ahead of next January`s parliamentary vote. 28/11/2005
New Sharon party seeks demilitarised Palestinian stateAgence France Presse - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon`s new party Kadima will seek the creation of a demilitarised Palestinian state and keep Israeli control of occupied east Jerusalem, a senior party member said. 28/11/2005
`Abbas suspends` Fatah primariesBBC News Online - Primary elections for the main Palestinian political grouping, Fatah, have been suspended amid allegations of fraud, officials say. 29/11/2005
Barghouti scores big in Ramallah Fatah primaryKhaled Abu Toameh - The Jerusalem Post - Jailed Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti won at least half of the votes in primary elections that were held for the ruling party here on Friday. 27/11/2005
Jailed Fateh leader, Barghouthi, wins Fateh primaries in Ramallah Saed Bannoura- IMEMC & Agencies - "Marwan Barghouthi, the jailed legislator and Fateh leader, won Fateh primaries in Ramallah region with 96 percent of votes, and will most likely win top spot on Fateh list ahead of the general elections. "26/11/2005
Palestinians Begin New Era at Gaza BorderIbrahim Barzak - Associated Press - "Joyous Palestinians crossed from Gaza to Egypt through a Palestinian-run border terminal Saturday, the first time in nearly four decades they didn`t have to submit to Israeli security checks to leave the fenced-in coastal strip. " 26/11/2005
Poll: Majority of the Palestinians Supports Negotiations with Israel WAFA24/11/2005
Israel, Hizb Allah clash over intrusionAljazeera - "Israeli soldiers have fought with Hizb Allah fighters to enable the escape of an Israeli who floated into Lebanon in a hang-glider and landed a few metres across the border. "24/11/2005
Paper Says Bush Talked of Bombing Arab TV NetworkKevin Sullivan and Walter Pincus - Washington Post - "President Bush expressed interest in bombing the headquarters of the Arabic television network al-Jazeera during a White House conversation with Prime Minister Tony Blair in April 2004, a British newspaper reported Tuesday. "24/11/2005
Israel’s 2005 defense exports greatly exceed targetRan Dagoni - Globes - "Defense export contracts totaled more than $3 billion in 2004, 9% of total global arms contracts, and making Israel the world’s fifth largest arms exporter."24/11/2005
Mordechai Vanunu arrested at Jerusalem checkpointGush-Shalom - "He had apparently visited somebody in the Jerusalem suburb Al-Ram, which is divided in two by the Wall. It was argued by the police that Vanunu had left Jerusalem in violation of the restrictions imposed on him ever since he was released from 18 years imprisonment." 20/11/2005
Rice presses Sharon on opening of Gaza crossingDonald Macintyre - the Independent15/11/2005
Fatah cancels Gaza primary election Aljazeera - " Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas` Fatah Party has cancelled its primary election across the Gaza Strip after armed men shot in the air at several polling stations, took some ballot boxes and destroyed others. "29/11/2005
Sharon rules out peace talks with Syria, pullout from Golan Daily Star - "Addressing a closed-door meeting of the Defense and Foreign Affairs Committee, Sharon was quoted as saying: "Negotiations with Syria are ruled out because we do not envisage any withdrawal from the Golan Heights.""8/11/2005
Israel strives for image makeover on Arabic mediaCynthia Johnston - Reuters 8/11/2005
Palestinians cast wary eye over Israeli political upheavalKhaleej Times - AFP - Palestinian leaders are closely following the political upheaval in Israel23/11/2005
Deadly clash on Lebanese borderBBC News - "Israeli troops have killed three Hezbollah fighters during a guerrilla attack near the Lebanese border, which also left several Israelis wounded. It was the heaviest fighting in the disputed Shebaa Farms area since 2000, when Israeli troops left south Lebanon. "22/11/2005
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