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January 09, 2005

PALESTINIANS & HIZBALLAH

While Palestinians were going quietly to the polls on the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Hizballah gunmen from Lebanon set off a road side bomb which killed one IDF officer. It was the second deadly terrorist attack in fourty-eight hours. On Friday, Palestinian terrorists exploited the IDF's let-up in offensive operations during the election period and ambushed an Israeli car killing another IDF soldier. David Essing says theses attacks highlight the situation that new Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will have to confront.

In the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinians were going quietly to the polls to elect a new President to replace the late Yasser Arafat. In the north, Hizballah guerillas armed by Iran and Syria went on the offensive sending a signal to the Palestinians.

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January 04, 2005

NEW PALESTINIAN & JEWISH TERROR

Shabak Security Chief Avi Dichter presented a grave picture in his semi-annual report to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. Dichter analyzed the current Palestinian escalation in Gaza, new Palestinian terror threats and the threat from Jewish extremists during the upcoming withdrawal from Gaza and four West Bank settlements.

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December 28, 2004

U.S. SENATORS

U.S. Senator Mark Dayton: ‘We've Got To Bring The Iranians To Recognize Their Responsibility For Nuclear Sanity’

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December 21, 2004

IDF BRIEFING

IDF Chief of Staff Moshe Yaalon has reacted sharply to calls by settler leader Pinhas Wallerstein and others to resist the Gaza withdrawal and for IDF soldiers to disobey orders for the evacuation. Attorney-General Menachem Mazzuz has ordered an enquiry into whether Wallerstein should be indicted for calling on settlers to resist the withdrawal without violence and be ready to go to prison if need be. In a briefing to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, General Yaalon said the IDF Advocate-General conducts an enquiry into every case where an innocent Palestinian has been hit by IDF gunfire and the report reaches his desk. At the briefing, a senior IDF intelligence officer revealed that sixty percent fewer Israelis have been killed by Palestinian suicide bombers this year.

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December 16, 2004

SHARON'S VISION

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon presented an optimistic forecast for the year 2005. Addressing the Herzliya Conference, Sharon pledged to work for peace with the Palestinians spoke of peace with the Palestinians. In his first major address since the death of Yasser Arafat, the Prime Minister said it was possible for an Israeli and a Palestinian state to live in peace. However, a new and responsible Palestinian leadership must eliminate terrorism and incitement.

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December 13, 2004

TWILIGHT ZONE

In the Gaza Strip, five IDF soldiers were killed and another six were injured, one critically, when Palestinian terrorists tunneled under an Israeli position and detonated more than a ton of explosives. The blast totally demolished the post which was manned by Israeli Muslim Bedouins who serve in the Desert Reconnaissance Battalion. Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz held urgent consultations with the IDF Chief of Staff and Shabak Security Director and then ordered a series of localized retaliatory actions. For the first time since Arafat’s death, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has criticized the Palestinian leadership for not doing enough to halt the violence.At the same time, Analyst David Essing believes the latest tunnel attack will spur the IDF into finding a high-tech solution to the Palestinian use of tunneling as a tactic of warfare.

Explosive tunnels - a new and deadly tactic in Palestinian warfare against the IDF in the Gaza Strip.IDF military planners will now be forced to speed up a high-tech counter-measure to uncover tunnels packed by explosives which can be detonated under Israeli military positions or civilian sites.

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December 06, 2004

DEFENSE MINISTER MOFAZ - UPBEAT ON PALESTINIANS AND EGYPT

Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz says Israel and the Palestinians may now be on the eve on a new and positive era. Addressing the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Mofaz spoke of new opportunities but he also warned that Iran and Hizballah may heat up the northern border in an effort to sabotage a peaceful dialogue between Israel and the Palestinians. In the south, the Defense Minister sees an important strategic relationship developing between Israel and Egypt.

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December 03, 2004

IRAN'S POINT OF NUCLEAR NO-RETURN

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon warns that Iran is now stock-piling raw material to enrich uranium for its nuclear weapons program. Sharon issues the warning at a news conference with Israeli editors and reporters in Tel Aviv. The annual gathering commemorates the Nov. 29th U.N. Partition vote, which lead to the establishment of the modern day state of Israel.

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November 22, 2004

POWELL IN JERUSALEM

The outgoing U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell paid a farewell visit to Jerusalem where he and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon were said to have had an emotional meeting. Sharon spelled out his approach to the new situation in the post Arafat era; whereas Powell reportedly said that Washington would continue her close ties with Jerusalem.

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November 09, 2004

ARAFAT'S DEPARTURE

The official news that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat will not be taken off his life-support system was taken in stride by Israel. When Arafat was flown to Paris in serious condition last week, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon instructed his cabinet ministers to clam up, in light of the delicate situation. Jerusalem has been in a ‘wait and see’ mode - not wanting to be accused of intervening in the Palestinians’ internal affairs. The IDF Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Moshe Ya’alon did refer to what he called a new Middle East crossroad when he briefed the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.

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October 28, 2004

ARAFAT - THE DAY AFTER

Could the Israeli-Palestinian conflict be on a new threshold? Hopefully turning from terrorism and bloodshed to negotiation and peace? Or might the Palestinians be headed for a bloody power struggle with the extremists gaining the upper hand? This is the question Israelis are now asking if and when a new Palestinian leadership succeeds the reign of Yasser Arafat. In what is viewed as a conciliatory step, Palestinian Prime Minister Abu Ala has telephoned Ariel Sharon to apprise him of the situation. The Israeli Prime Minister offered all possible medical aid.

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September 29, 2004

INTELLIGENCE OUTLOOK - 2005

IDF intelligence commander, Maj. Gen. Aharon Zeevi-Farkash has presented his assessment for the new year in a confidential briefing to the Knesset Foreign Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. After the briefing, committee chairman MK Yuval Steinitz of the Likud said there is still a chance that international pressure may dissuade Iran from producing nuclear weapons which would pose the gravest threat to Israel.

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September 29, 2004

JTA AUDIO REPORTS - GERMANY – RISE OF RIGHT WING EXTREMISTS

In the recent German elections, parties of the far right made impressive gains. Just how significant is it that more German voters have turned to these parties and their racist ideologies? What has been the reaction of the Jewish community? In addition, JTA correspondent Toby Axelrod will also be commenting on the fact that al Qaeda terrorists used Hamburg, to stage part of the 9/ 11 attack on America. And more recently, German businessmen have again been caught red – handed trying to sell nuclear technology, this time to Iran.

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September 27, 2004

MOSSAD & CIA

Israeli officials refuse to confirm, but neither do they deny, that Mossad agents carried out the targeted killing of a top Hamas terrorist, Iz a Din al Sheikh Khalil in Damascus yesterday. David Essing has an update on the situation. In addition, a former senior Mossad official, Dr. Mishka Ben-David, takes the wraps off some of the intelligence organization’s operations.

After the two bus bombings in Be’er-Sheva which murdered fifteen Israelis, Israeli leaders pointed the finger at Syria warning those responsible,’ should not sleep well’ at night. Those warnings have apparently been translated into action.

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August 10, 2004

THE ARROW MISSILE SCORES A DIRECT HIT

In a joint test conducted by Israel and the U.S. on July 29, the Arrow anti-ballistic missile system successfully intercepted a Scud missile over the Pacific Ocean. This was the twelfth test of an Arrow missile and the first conducted in a real life situation against a Scud missile. Israel Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz responded by saying: "We are in an age of uncertainty. Countries in the `third circle' [Iran] are continuing their efforts to acquire non-conventional capabilities along with long-range launch capabilities. The Arrow is the best missile system of its kind in the world, and represents a force multiplier for our future force".

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