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Gaza Crisis (2008)

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Top Gaza Crisis (2008) Articles

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  • Green Wheels: Building a Better Place

    Green Wheels: Building a Better Place
    BE'ER SHEVA, ISRAEL—Yes, the Negev Desert is a long way from Connecticut, and we're also not within rocket range of the Gaza Strip, as the university town of Be'er Sheva is. But when9/11 happened I had comparable feelings of vulnerability shattering...
  • Casey: Israel's borders must be defensible

     
    As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Capitol Hill Tuesday on the heels of President Barack Obama's controversial Middle East policy speech regarding Israel's borders, Pennsylvania's Sen. Bob Casey addressed the largest pro-Israel...
  • May 25 buzz: Solutions for the Mississippi River and Israel's borders

     
    Most viewed and shared: Mississippi flooding: Let the river run Paul VanDevelder, author of "Savages and Scoundrels: The Untold Story of America's Road to Empire Through Indian Territory," weighs in on what happens when man interrupts nature: What began...
  • GAZA STRIP: Palestinians try to break through closed Egyptian terminal

     
    Just a week after Egypt reopened its border crossing to Gaza Strip, Palestinians found Saturday that the checkpoint was temporarily closed without warning and they complained that leaving the enclave is not as simple as they expected it would be.......
  • EGYPT: Authorities detain American law student accused of spying for Israel

     
    Egyptian authorities have arrested an American-born law student, who reportedly is doing an internship at a nonprofit organization in Cairo, on charges of being an Israeli spy. Ilan Chaim Grapel, 27, was detained Sunday in Cairo on “suspicion of...
  • PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Fatah cites scheduling as reason for postponing talks with Hamas

     
    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement was quick Sunday to ease fears regarding a decision to postpone a meeting between Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal that had been planned for Tuesday in Cairo. Fatah officials said...
  • ISRAEL: No more perks for Palestinian prisoners, says Prime Minister Netanyahu

     
    After Hamas rejected a call from the International Red Cross for access to Gilad Shalit, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called an end to perks for Hamas prisoners in Israeli prisons. Gilad Shalit was a 19- year-old corporal in 2006 when......
  • ISRAEL: Freedom Flotilla 2 determined to reach Gaza; Israel determined to stop it [Video]

     
    A year and a bit after the ill-fated interception of the Mavi Marmara that headed last year's flotilla to Gaza, Israel is bracing for another one. This time around, say authorities, they are more prepared, having learned the lessons from......
  • ISRAEL: Rachel Corrie's parents say Israel withholding evidence in wrongful-death suit

     
    At the conclusion of a 16-month-long trial concerning the 2003 death of their daughter, the parents of American activist Rachel Corrie accused Israel's military of failing to turn over key surveillance video taken at the Gaza Strip field where Corrie........
  • GAZA STRIP: Israeli military warns Gazans in leaflet drop

     
    Israeli aircraft dropped leaflets over the Gaza Strip for the first time since the end of a 22-day assault more than two years ago. The leaflets, dropped late Sunday and early Monday, written in Arabic and signed by the "Israel......
  • ISRAEL: Supreme Court orders demolition of West Bank settlement

     
    Israel's Supreme Court for the first time has formally ordered the dismantling of an illegal West Bank settlement, brushing aside requests from the government for more time in order to organize the evacuation and construct alternative housing....