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Analysis: Israel ups airline defenses (Space War)
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Fri, 02 Nov 2007 02:51:37 GMT

by Leah Krauss Haifa, Israel (UPI) Nov 1, 2007 Israel will fortify its commercial airplanes with new, laser-based missile-defense technology designed by Elbit subsidiary El-Op, the company announced this month.

Israel says Hezbollah can hit Tel Aviv (AP via Yahoo! News)
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Thu, 01 Nov 2007 00:16:23 GMT

Israel alleges that Hezbollah militants in Lebanon have rearmed with new long-range rockets capable of hitting Tel Aviv and tripled their arsenal of land-to-sea missiles since last summer's war, the United Nations secretary-general said in a report Wednesday.

Israel boycott office 'must be reopened' (Gulf News)
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Fri, 02 Nov 2007 01:29:24 GMT

Manama: A parliamentarian committee has sidestepped requests by the foreign minister to uphold international agreements and called for the reopening of the Israel boycott office.

Heavy rocket barrage hits western Israel (UPI)
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Thu, 01 Nov 2007 11:36:24 GMT

A barrage of at least 13 rockets were fired into Israel's western Negev region Thursday but no injuries were reported, the Israeli military said.

American on a Mission to Find Oil in Israel (ABC News)
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Thu, 01 Nov 2007 10:00:26 GMT

A born-again Christian's search for oil takes him to Israel.

Israel now leads lobby against Iran (J. the Jewish News Weekly of Northern California)
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Fri, 02 Nov 2007 01:22:56 GMT

jerusalem | In a major policy change, Israel has launched a high-profile diplomatic initiative to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions following President Bush’s warning that a nuclear Iran could produce World War III.

"Exodus" re-enactment liner brings Jews to Israel (Reuters via Yahoo! India News)
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Thu, 01 Nov 2007 18:10:51 GMT

HAIFA, Israel (Reuters) - A cruise liner carrying some 300 Jewish passengers docked in the Israeli port of Haifa on Thursday in a symbolic re-enactment of an attempt by European Jews to settle in British-run Palestine 60 years ago.

Israel cuts power and fuel to Gaza in bid to stop rocket attacks (The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles)
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Thu, 01 Nov 2007 20:46:59 GMT

Critics may be describing Israel's controversial policy of cutting fuel supplies to Gaza to deter Palestinian rocket attacks as collective punishment, but government leaders in Jerusalem see it as something else: humane.

Israel seeks to buy $1.3 bln of U.S. missiles (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
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Wed, 31 Oct 2007 20:30:33 GMT

The Bush administration announced tentative plans on Wednesday to sell Israel up to $1.32 billion worth of advanced guided TOW and Hellfire missiles, munitions and other weapons.

Cremation is latest battlefield in Israel’s perennial religious divide (J. the Jewish News Weekly of Northern California)
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Fri, 02 Nov 2007 01:23:47 GMT

moshav hibat zion, israel | The charred hut and blackened chimney are all that remain of what was one of Israel’s best-kept secrets.