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In a blunt statement on its semi-official Internet site, the Palestinian Authority admits it really wants to push Israelis out of Israel. Completely.
Army patrols have been beefed up throughout Judea and Samaria to prevent rock-throwing and firebombing attacks.
The man whose blinders have contributed to the current violence now says he will return "soon" to "try to work to re-engage."
A community in Samaria told the Supreme Court it is working through the offices of Peres and Abbes to find a solution to prevent the planned desecration.
Pressure from Gush Etzion leaders has convinced Ya'alon to authorize a site in memory of last year's three kidnap-murder victims.
State Dept, seems surprised when being told how many Americans live in Judea and Samaria.
The Prime Minister approved construction of the homes after the High Court ordered demolitions of homes under construction.
"Why does the law work only in favor of the Arabs?"
The President announced he will ignore the letter of the law he just signed because it protects Judea and Samaria.
The "occupation" was the most popular word in today's session.
The boycotters submitted a 51-page anti-Israel document to Orange last month, says NGO monitor.
The President's remarks indicate that his "back" for Israel is shrinking.
World Bank also comes up with a brainstorm: Give more money to Hamas to "rehabilitate" Gaza, or is it vice-versa?
He says the government will "work against peace and stability," meaning it won’t adopt the Obama agenda.
Two terrorists tried to stab soldiers near Yakir.
Additionally, the report recommends new restrictions against “known violent settlers.”
A number of Israeli papers regurgitated a biased AP article on settlement growth, but they should have read it more carefully before hitting publish.