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Fear New Intifada If Olmert Implements Further Withdrawals

JERUSALEM - With a large increase in the number of shootings, stabbings, stonings and Molotov cocktail attacks against Israelis in the past few weeks, Israeli security officials said they fear the violent trend might be indicative of a plan by Palestinian terror groups to launch a new intifada against the Jewish state, focused mostly against Jews in the West Bank.

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While the U.S. Congress is attempting to push tough legislation aimed at financially and diplomatically isolating the new Hamas-led Palestinian government, leftist American Jewish...

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Marking what many here are calling a major escalation in Palestinian terrorism, security officials announced this week that they captured a rocket launcher and...

Plan To Abandon West Bank Based On Disputed Figures

JERUSALEM - If acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's Kadima party wins next month's elections, members of Israel's Knesset will be asked to determine Israel's "permanent borders" in a vote on West Bank withdrawal, Olmert said.

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Some terror leaders, particularly from the Al Aksa Brigades, whose associated Fatah party scored poorly in last month's parliamentary elections, say they are planning...

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A university closely affiliated with Hamas has announced construction of a massive new campus on the grounds of Neve Dekalim, the former Jewish capital...

Massive Rally Calls For Inquiry Into Brutality In Amona

In the largest rally in Israel since the Gaza withdrawal this past summer, upwards of 100,000 people gathered in Jerusalem's town center on Sunday to protest the use of excessive force last week against protesters during the evacuation of Jewish homes in northern Samaria.

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Claiming that Arabs might soon outnumber Jews and threaten Israel's Jewish character unless the Palestinians are quickly offered a state of their own, Israeli...

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Israeli Forces Mass In Hebron To Evict Jews

HEBRON - In what some fear is a harbinger of future expulsions of Jews from the West Bank, large numbers of Israeli forces amassed this week in the biblical city of Hebron to evict 11 families from their apartments.

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Furthering the speculation Israel may be planning large West Bank withdrawals, the IDF is now reportedly debating closing off the main Jewish highway in...

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Some residents of Judea and Samaria are calling for Jews there to secede from Israel and create their own autonomous Jewish entity, in part...

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In what many consider to be one of the most notorious holy site desecrations in recent history, nearly 100 Palestinian terrorists forced their way...

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The Palestinians who took over the Jewish greenhouses in the Gaza Strip when Israel withdrew from the area now are asking expelled Jewish farmers...

Specialists Question Sharon Prognosis

JERUSALEM - Doctors for Ariel Sharon, in releasing selected medical information this week, told reporters the Israeli prime minister, who suffered a mild stroke last week, is "in good health."

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Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasir Arafat is hoping John Kerry wins the U.S. presidential election in November, according to several Palestinian leaders.

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After thirty-one years, the FBI has opened an investigation into the involvement of PLO leader Yasir Arafat in the murders of two U.S. diplomats in Saudi Arabia.

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