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Fatah Conference Taught Youth to be Future “Combatants”

PMW reported on Fatah's Sixth General Conference in August 2009, which was as a unique opportunity for Fatah under PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to join the peace process by renouncing Fatah principles and platforms that call for Israel's destruction. As PMW has documented, the Fatah leaders rejected the world's demands to recognize Israel and continued

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Israeli Strike at Iran Would be Counterproductive

The author of the report—Professor Paul Rogers, a professor of peace studies at the University of Bradford—addresses suggestions that the mission exceeds the capabilities of the Israeli military, concluding that, “Long-range strike aircraft acquired from the United States, combined with an improved fleet of tanker aircraft, the deployment of long-range drones and the probable availability

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Gaza-Bound Libyan Ship Docks at Egyptian Port After Deal

The Gadhafi Foundation, headed by a son of Libyan leader Muammar al-Gadhafi, said the ship had left Greece on Saturday [July 10] carrying 2,000 tons of food and medical supplies. Meanwhile, another Gaza-bound aid convoy left the Jordanian capital Amman on Tuesday [July 13], heading to the Red Sea port city of Aqaba.   Around

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Jihad Cell Suspected of Targeting Jews, Pope

The eight indicted men were identified as Bader Salah, 33, of Yafa an-Naseriyye; Suhil Salah, 26, of Yafa an-Naseriyye; Misara Yaad, 28, of Yafa an-Naseriyye; Abdel Rahman Abu Salim, 19, of Nazareth; Ibrahim Muhammad Abu Aaqab, 27, of Nazareth; Bilal Ubeid, 29, of Yafa an-Naseriyye; and Sabri Narni, 29 of Yafa an-Naseriyye. The eighth defendant,

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Israel Sends Doctors to Help Congo

A MUNISCO task force from the United Nations is helping the Israeli delegation and has been instructed to ensure their security. The team from Israel was sent in coordination with the authorities in Congo, including the approval of President Joseph Kabila and the Congolese ministers of foreign affairs and health.   Israel has a tradition

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Defense Spending in the Gulf to Reach US $83 Billion by 2015

“The driving force behind the spending is regional anxiety over Iran,” he said. “They are trying to close the strategic gap, countering Iran’s quantitative superiority by superior weapons systems.  In [a] conventional manpower [sense] they can’t compete. They do it by maintaining a technological advantage,” Thomas told The Media Line. “Saudi Arabia as the region’s

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Luring Low- and High-Tech to the Negev Desert

Envisioned as a technology incubator for a range of start-ups designed to provide employment and services to the area and grow its population, Green Group has drawn interest and about US $5 million in investment pledges from private investors. In June, Green Group hosted meetings with potential high-tech and low-tech enterprises including cleantech and biotech

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Medvedev: Iran Nearing Possession of Nuclear Bomb

For the moment, Medvedev is calling for “patience, and the speediest resumption of productive dialogue with Tehran.”

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Incoming Tourism Brings in US $1.5 Billion for Israel

The Tourism Ministry’s US $1.5 billion estimate for the income generated in 2010 from incoming tourism, not counting air travel, is about 35% higher than the first six months of last year and similar to the first half of 2008. According to the Ministry, for every 100,000 additional tourists, about 4,000 new jobs are created

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Israel’s Secret New Weapon?

For the test run, a thin layer of the material was painted on dummy missiles, and radar waves aimed at them had a difficult time registering them. The paint particles don't make the missile's detection on the radar disappear completely, but make it exceedingly difficult to positively identify the object as a missile.   In

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