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October 25, 2004


Launching the historic Knesset debate of his withdrawal plan, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called on Israel’s parliament to support a pullout from the Gaza Strip and 4 West Bank settlements. With the support of the opposition Labor party, Sharon can count on a majority when the 120 MKs vote on Tuesday night. Labor party leader Shimon Peres also came out in strong support of Sharon. Israeli police in the capital have gone on special alert to cope with tens of thousands of settlers who plan on besieging the parliament in Jerusalem.

October 17, 2004


Prime Minister Ariel Sharon faced off with settler leaders and neither side gave way. Sharon declared he will go ahead with the withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and 4 settlements in Samaria by the end of next year. The settlers declare they’ll block the evacuation by political means while also warning of the danger of civil strife.

October 03, 2004


UNRWA, the U.N. organization operating in the Palestinian refugee camps in the Gaza Strip and West Bank, actually employs Hamas terrorists. This has been disclosed by Israel’s former Ambassador to the U.N., Dr. Dore Gold, who told Israel Television English News that there is ample documentation of this situation. The disclosure follows Israel Air Force video which shows Palestinian terrorists using a U.N. ambulance to transport Qassam rockets and launchers. Jerusalem is calling for an official U.N. enquiry and the firing of UNRWA commissioner Peter Hansen, who Israeli officials say is pro- Palestinian.

October 03, 2004

GAZA - 'Days Of Penitence' - Day 4

Israel Air Force Film Footage Catches Palestinians Using U.N. Ambulance To Transport Qassam Rockets

‘Days Of Penitence’, the major IDF operation to prevent Qassam rockets from hitting the Israeli town of Sderot, entered its fourth day by keeping pressure on the Palestinian terrorists. Over fifty Palestinians most of them armed, have been killed. The counter-offensive was launched after Qassam rockets blew up in Sderot on the eve of Succot murdering two small children; another woman was shot dead by terrorists and two IDF soldiers were also killed. Commenting on the situation, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon declared the Qassams will be stopped.In another development, Palestinians have been filmed transporting Qassam rocket launchers in a United Nations ambulance.

September 26, 2004


At Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl military cemetery, the annual memorial service was held for the 2,689 IDF soldiers who fell in the Yom-Kippur War of October 1973. However, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon canceled his participation because of the extremely tight security precautions after threats, apparently from opponents to his withdrawal plans. As a rule, Israel never comments on the killing of terrorists abroad, however both Sharon and Deputy Premier Ehud Olmert were talking about the need to hit the terrorists, when a leading Palestinian terrorist was assassinated in Damascus.

September 23, 2004

DNA-based algorithm reveals musical taste

An Israeli company has developed a computer algorithm that can identify a persons musical taste and then recommend music specifically tailored to that individual. Using this new algorithm the company has developed a number of applications ranging from cell phone ring tones and karaoke to Smart Music Terminals in music shops that have successfully boosted sales by as much as 20%.

January 05, 2004

Sasson Tiram

Sasson Tiram has been a photojournalist in Israel for 24 years. He has an extensive experience with all aspects of photojournalism and public relations and has developed a specialty in photography of Jerusalem. Sasson graduated from the Hadassah College of Photography in 1978. Following his army service he was in charge of a photography laboratory for the Israeli Air Force. Several years later Sasson became one of the owners and managers of a large photojournalism agency in Jerusalem. At that time the agency was the sole supplier of photography of Jerusalem area for the largest communication group in Israel "Yediot Ahronot". Today Sasson owns and manages a private photojournalism agency "Sasson Tiram Photography LTD," in Jerusalem.