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Foreign minister says Israel not bound to follow two-state path - Los Angeles Times Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:10:53 GMT

BBC News

Foreign minister says Israel not bound to follow two-state path
Los Angeles Times, CA
Lieberman's speech, his first as Israel's top diplomat, was blunt and openly hawkish. The ultranationalist foreign minister warned against broad concessions to the Palestinians, saying they "only bring pressure and more wars. ...
Analysis: Israel's unwieldy government BBC News
UN chief hopes Israel will seek two-state solution Reuters
US vows to work with Israel for two-state solution AFP
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Israel army bans t-shirts mocking attacks on Palestinians - Reuters Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:56:30 GMT

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Israel army bans t-shirts mocking attacks on Palestinians
Reuters
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's military said on Wednesday it had banned soldiers from making and wearing t-shirts encouraging violence against Palestinians. One of the t-shirts has a rifle sight aimed at a pregnant Palestinian with the slogan "1 shot, ...
Civil Fights: Want to improve Israel's image? Stop ceding territory Jerusalem Post
Op-Ed: Apartheid in Israel? The facts say otherwise Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Feature: Gazans pin hope of rebuilding home on renewed internal ... Xinhua
AFP - Jerusalem Post
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Israel's return to 'road map' a blow to Palestinians - Reuters Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:56:29 GMT

New Zealand Herald

Israel's return to 'road map' a blow to Palestinians
Reuters
By Adam Entous JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman wants to turn back the clock to a time when Israel, as a policy, would not enter final negotiations on a Palestinian state until commitments under a 2003 "road map" were met. ...
Video: Israeli Power Shift Means Change in Peace Effort The Associated Press
Lieberman to Haaretz: Israel ready for mutual peace moves Ha'aretz
Israel dismisses Annapolis deal Aljazeera.net
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General Petraeus warns Israel may strike Iran first over nuclear fears - New York Daily News Thu, 02 Apr 2009 02:17:04 GMT

Times Online

General Petraeus warns Israel may strike Iran first over nuclear fears
New York Daily News, NY
By James Gordon Meek WASHINGTON - Iran's nuclear saber-rattling so worries Israel that the Jewish state may strike its archenemy first, the top US general in the Middle East warned Wednesday. "The Israeli government may ultimately see itself so ...
Petraeus Says Israel Might Choose to Attack Iran Bloomberg
Petraeus: Israel could attack Iran Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Would Israel Attack Iran, Or Is Netanyahu "Bluffing"? CBS News
Financial Times - Jerusalem Post
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PA expels founder of Jenin youth orchestra to Israel - Ha'aretz Wed, 01 Apr 2009 23:11:12 GMT

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PA expels founder of Jenin youth orchestra to Israel
Ha'aretz, Israel
By Yoav Stern Wafa Younis, a musician from northern Israel who founded a youth orchestra in the Jenin refugee camp, was arrested there on Tuesday by Fatah militants and sent back to Israel from the West Bank. Last week the orchestra played for ...
Palestinians expel band conductor in Holocaust row Reuters India
Palestinians deport conductor over Holocaust concert Irish Times
Politics And History Pollute Palestinian View of Shoah Forward
Independent - The Associated Press
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Obama Administration Defends Move to Join UN Human Rights Council - Voice of America Wed, 01 Apr 2009 20:31:40 GMT

Voice of America

Obama Administration Defends Move to Join UN Human Rights Council
Voice of America
Critics say the successor organization has been no improvement, with the council disregarding rights abuses in places like Zimbabwe and Sudan's Darfur region, while being a sounding board for criticism of Israel. The Bush administration initially ...
In Reversal, US Seeks Election to UN Human Rights Council New York Times
Path cleared for US to join top UN rights body The Associated Press
US, in reversal, runs for UN rights council seat Reuters
Examiner.com - Bloomberg
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Israel Discount Bank posts fourth-quarter loss - Reuters Thu, 02 Apr 2009 00:49:25 GMT

Israel Discount Bank posts fourth-quarter loss
Reuters
TEL AVIV, March 31 (Reuters) - Israel Discount Bank (DSCT.TA), Israel's third-largest bank, on Tuesday reported a quarterly net loss, hurt by the global financial crisis. Discount posted a fourth-quarter net loss of 121 million shekels ($29 million), ...
Market Report / Stocks inch north on feeble turnover Ha'aretz
Discount Bank posts loss after debt provisions Jerusalem Post
Israel's Bank Leumi swings to loss in Q4 Reuters
Reuters - Ha'aretz
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Syrian president still wants peace with Israel - The Associated Press Mon, 30 Mar 2009 17:20:20 GMT

Ha'aretz

Syrian president still wants peace with Israel
The Associated Press
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Syria's president made clear Monday that he still wants peace with Israel but told Arab leaders they must take a tougher approach when dealing with the new hard-line government of Benjamin Netanyahu. Addressing an Arab League summit ...
Video: Inside Story - Arab leaders pursue unity - 31 Mar Al Jazeera
Arab League decries Israel at summit start Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Arab League chief: Israel's policies border on 'madness' Ha'aretz
Aljazeera.net - PRESS TV
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Arab doctors to probe allegations Arafat poisoned - The Associated Press Wed, 01 Apr 2009 19:21:25 GMT

The Chronicle Journal

Arab doctors to probe allegations Arafat poisoned
The Associated Press
Arafat's death at a military hospital outside Paris quickly spawned speculation he'd been killed by Israel, which viewed him as an obstacle to a peace treaty. The 75-year-old Arafat, who led the Palestinian movement for almost 40 years, fell violently ...
Arab doctors to probe Arafat death The Press Association
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Soccer-Samaras penalty gives Greece 2-1 win over Israel - Reuters Wed, 01 Apr 2009 22:13:28 GMT

Fifa.com

Soccer-Samaras penalty gives Greece 2-1 win over Israel
Reuters
ATHENS, April 1 (Reuters) - A second half penalty from Giorgios Samaras helped Greece to a 2-1 win over Israel in Iraklio, Crete, in their World Cup Group Two qualifier on Wednesday. Dimitris Salpigidis put Greece ahead after 32 minutes when he hit a ...
Greece 2-1 Israel: Samaras the saviour ESPN
Israel suffers Greek tragedy as team, and World Cup hopes, fall Ha'aretz
Greece beats Israel in qualifying match Jerusalem Post
Goal.com - The Canadian Press
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