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Should the Palestinians get their own country, as President Bush now says? Probably, since nobody else wants them in their country. And the same goes for the semi-country of Afghanistan: The U.S. needs to go in, get rid of Osama bin Laden, do some nation-...
Tribune foreign correspondentIn some Israelis' eyes, it looks like an anti-terror campaign extending invitations to terrorists. Initially enthusiastic that the Americans were stepping up their fight against terrorism, the Israelis now are worried that the U.S.-led campaign against...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, Tel Aviv (Israel), Diplomacy, Yitzhak Shamir
There are probably few places in the world today from which America looks as good as it does from Israel. It has been looking that way for quite a few years, but never so much as now. Accustomed for decades to U.S. administrations that, while...
Tags: September 11, 2001 Attacks, Death, Israel, Judaism, Europe
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - After weeks of hushed talks, President Bush is edging closer to endorsing a withdrawal plan by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon that could mark the most significant development in the Arab-Israeli conflict since the start of the...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, Diplomacy, Jerusalem (Israel), Judaism
Washington BureauFor the moment at least, the international coalition against terrorism appears strong enough to survive its first significant stress over the Middle East, U.S. officials and experts said Tuesday, even as the United States attracts Arab criticism by...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, Diplomacy, Jerusalem (Israel), Education
Sun Foreign StaffIsraeli tanks shelled targets in the West Bank Monday night to avenge a suicide bombing hours earlier on the Israeli coast that killed two soldiers and severely wounded a third, according to Israeli security sources and Palestinian witnesses. The bombing...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, Witnesses, Sports, Armed Conflicts
Times Staff WriterMissile strikes in the northern Gaza Strip killed five Palestinians and wounded 17 today as Israeli forces pressed forward with their campaign to stop rocket attacks by Palestinian militants. Israeli military officials said the two missile attacks were...
Tags: Death, Armed Conflicts, Judaism, Defense, Politics
Chicago Tribune foreign correspondentIsraeli Prime Ariel Sharon vowed Wednesday that his forces would strike "without letup" until Palestinian militant attacks are reined in, but in Washington, Secretary of State Colin Powell voiced his strongest concerns yet about Israel's escalating...
Tags: Death, Terrorism, European Union, Armed Conflicts, Gaza City
Washington BureauPresident Bush for the first time endorsed the idea of a Palestinian state Tuesday, but he said the concept has always been part of the administration's Mideast strategy so long as Israel's right to peace and security are preserved. "But first things...
Tags: U.S. Military, Death, Terrorism, Diplomacy, Judaism
Associated PressIsraeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon aimed unusually harsh words at the United States on Thursday after another Palestinian attack, declaring he would not accept attempts to "appease" Arab states at Israel's expense. Sharon stopped just short of canceling...
Tags: Israel, Crimes, Death, Bus Accidents, Murder
Staff WriterWidely recognizable, their names inherently speak of power. Donald Trump, the mega-millionaire world-renowned for towering skyscrapers and a monumental ego. Rush Limbaugh, the bombastic conservative who draws 15 million listeners weekly to his syndicated...
Tags: Robert Wexler, Bill Clinton, Rush Limbaugh, Golf, Mark Foley
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - A Pentagon proposal to start a "futures" market that would have let thousands of investors wager on the likelihood of terrorist attacks or coups in the Middle East was canceled yesterday. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz told...
Tags: DARPA, Vice (movie), Terrorism, Laws, Florida
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