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Oct. 5, 1986: Israel's Secret Nuke Arsenal Exposed (Wired News)
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Fri, 05 Oct 2007 04:22:29 GMT

A former technician blows the whistle to the Times of London , and Israel's nuclear capability is revealed to the world. The whistle-blower becomes a hero to the peace movement and a traitor to Israel.

Palestinians want conference to set six-month target for peace accord with Israel (Chinapost.com.tw)
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Fri, 05 Oct 2007 01:12:21 GMT

JERUSALEM -- Palestinian leaders want a planned Mideast peace conference to set a six-month deadline for negotiating a permanent Israeli-Palestinian peace treaty with Israel, a Palestinian Cabinet Minister said, but Israeli and U.S. officials were cool to the idea of locking talks into a timeline.

Mixed Feelings Greet Evangelical Christians in Israel (NPR)
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Thu, 04 Oct 2007 12:26:08 GMT

Morning Edition , October 4, 2007 ยท Seven thousand evangelical Christians from nearly 100 countries are in Israel this week to show support for the Jewish state.

Gaza militants continue rockets attacks on Israel (People's Daily)
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Fri, 05 Oct 2007 01:10:18 GMT

Two Palestinian armed groups said in separate leaflets on Thursday that their militants attacked Israel by rockets and mortars shells. Al-Aqsa martyrs Brigades, one of President Mahmoud Abbas Fatah movement's armed wings said in a leafl ...

Myanmar debate turns to Israel bashing (Cleveland Jewish News)
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Fri, 05 Oct 2007 01:59:48 GMT

(JTA) - A United Nations debate on the human rights situation on Myanmar became a venue for attacking Israel.

Bay Area cyclists gear up for charity ride across Israel (J. the Jewish News Weekly of Northern California)
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Thu, 04 Oct 2007 23:08:49 GMT

Jim Mizes can rattle off the reasons why he signed up for Wheels of Love, the annual five-day charity bike ride across Israel. For one, the sight of 500 Jews from around the world all wearing Spandex shorts. For another, the occasional camel loping along on the side of the road.

U.K. academic union drops proposal to boycott Israel (The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles)
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Thu, 04 Oct 2007 20:42:06 GMT

The decision by Britain's largest academic union to drop its proposed boycott of Israel may not spell the end of the union's campaign to ostracize the Jewish state.

Israel Folau called into Australian league team (AP via Yahoo! Singapore News)
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Thu, 04 Oct 2007 07:43:00 GMT

Teenage rookie Israel Folau has been called into the Australian rugby league team for October 14's centenary test against New Zealand.

Israel lifts censorship on airstrike in Syria (Eastday.com)
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Thu, 04 Oct 2007 03:08:44 GMT

The Israeli authorities yesterday lifted a gag order on Israel's alleged airstrike against Syrian targets last month as Israeli media confirmed the mysterious attack.

A year after war with Israel, Hezbollah regains strength in southern Lebanon (San Diego Union-Tribune)
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Wed, 03 Oct 2007 23:04:09 GMT

BAFLAY, Lebanon, 1:06 p.m. Oct. 3 (AP): When 30,000 U.N. and Lebanese troops deployed across southern Lebanon at the end of last year's Israel-Hezbollah war, the Islamic militant group's presence shrank in the zone bordering Israeli and its influence seemed likely to diminish as well.