Israel - Gaza - Middle East

Monday - January 31, 2011:

  1. Comment: Recent unrest in Arab world is not about us
  2. Concern mounts in Gaza as Egypt shuts down its shared border
  3. Cairo regime change could make IDF boost forces
  4. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood eyes unity gov't without Mubarak
  5. If Brotherhood takes over, IDF will face formidable enemy
  6. Egypt riots: MKs fear more infiltrators
  7. 'IDF not ready for surge of infiltrators from Egypt'
  8. ElBaradei: Mubarak must leave today
  9. PM: Peace with Egypt must continue
  10. Tanks, Fighter Jets Enter Cairo
  11. Tens of thousands return to Cairo square
  12. Abbas: Palestine Papers attempt to bring down PA gov't

Sunday - January 30, 2011:

  1. Abbas calls Mubarak to express support
  2. Chaos in Cairo; looting, rapes reported
  3. Egypt Kills 100 Protesters; Israel Evacuates Diplomats
  4. Egypt riots escalate; political prisoners shot
  5. Egyptians defy curfew: 'This isn't a demonstration, this is a revolution'
  6. Egypt's Mubarak names vice president for 1st time
  7. Mubarak swears in intelligence chief as Vice-President
  8. Top Arab cleric tells Mubarak to go for Egypt’s sake
  9. In Egypt, protesters and soldiers declare: The army and the people are one
  10. Israel fears radical takeover in Egypt
  11. Egyptian flags at Jaffa rally

Saturday - January 29, 2011:

  1. ‘We’re living on a volcano,’ experts warn
  2. 20 killed in Egypt protests; curfew defied
  3. Muslim Brotherhood joins Egyptian protesters. Three cities locked down
  4. Egyptian government on last legs, says ElBaradei
  5. White House: Time for reform to come to Egypt
  6. Thousands of Jordanians march to press for reform
  7. Jordan: Thousands protest, demand PM step down
  8. Abandoning tribunal will be bad for Lebanon, Hague says
  9. Israel watches Arab turmoil closely, but comments cautiously
  10. Paraguay recognizes 'free' Palestine
  11. Police detain 20 involved in clash at Hirbat Safa
  12. Ya'alon: Hizbullah has agents in Gaza training terrorists

Friday - January 28, 2011:

  1. El-Baradei to return to Egypt as riots continue
  2. Egyptian government websites hacked
  3. Egypt's protests enter 3rd day, ominous for regime
  4. Analysis: Obituaries for Mubarak Are Still Premature
  5. US Wastes Chance to Support Mubarak
  6. Hariri bloc will not join Hezbollah-backed PM's Lebanon government
  7. Jordan's king fears riots and announces reforms. More than a thousand arrests in Cairo
  8. New Lebanon PM Mikati says he's committed to US ties
  9. Syria wants unity government in Lebanon
  10. Threats on Jewish Sovereignty in Gush Etzion

Thursday - January 27, 2011:

  1. Analysis: Concern, but also opportunity in Lebanon
  2. Analysis: Sectarian rage there, heightened clarity here
  3. Calm returns to Lebanon after 2 days of protests
  4. Expert: Here's the 'Demographic Gap' That Will Really Happen
  5. Police: Palestinian cell murdered US tourist
  6. Report: Mubarak’s Wife and Son Flee to London amid Protests
  7. Two Rocket Attacks Break Hamas ‘Ceasefire’ Pledge

Wednesday - January 26, 2011:

  1. Al-Jazeera’s show trial could bring down PA leadership
  2. Major Police Crackdown on Illegal Arab Weapons
  3. Egypt says arrested 19 suicide bombers
  4. Mikati appointment sparks street protests in Lebanon
  5. Hezbollah's candidate to form Lebanon gov't
  6. White House warns Hizbullah gov't endangers US aid
  7. MK Rotem: Where Are Our 'Red Lines?' That's What Counts
  8. PA official: Leaked memos authentic

Tuesday - January 25, 2011:

  1. Going Solo **
  2. Hezbollah-backed candidate set to lead Lebanon cabinet
  3. Businessman Mikati set to become Lebanon premier
  4. Mikati's candidacy decried
  5. Hizbullah moves toward Lebanon government control
  6. The Guardian presents: Story behind leaked papers
  7. Abbas deemed it 'illogical' for Israel to absorb 5 million refugees, Palestine papers show
  8. FM on leaked papers: Radical Islam is the true threat
  9. Palestinian leader says Al Jazeera's 'exposé' is distorted
  10. Peru formally recognizes Palestinian state
  11. Pro-Palestinian groups plan largest Gaza flotilla ever

Monday - January 24, 2011:

  1. Erekat: Palestinian state is coming, Israel can't stop it
  2. PA Urges Arabs to Build Illegally in Jerusalem
  3. Hezbollah chief to address Lebanon crisis
  4. Abbas: I Agreed to a United Jerusalem
  5. Jordan PM: Ties with Israel deteriorated over settlements
  6. Leaks show Palestinians giving much ground to Israel
  7. Erekat on Lieberman plan: No partial state
  8. Lebanon's political crisis continues
  9. Palestinians say 2 injured by IDF fire near Hebron
  10. Hamas’s False Charges of IDF Attack Fail to Convince Media
  11. Israeli inquiry: Flotilla raid was legal
  12. Turkish PM says Turkel C'tee report has 'no credibility'

Sunday - January 23, 2011:

  1. Lebanese leader: Hezbollah will turn us into Gaza
  2. Shalom says 'Iranian government' in Lebanon possible
  3. Abbas: Failure of talks could lead to popular uprising
  4. Abbas Turnabout: We Won't Declare Unilateral State
  5. French FM backs Palestinian statehood
  6. Gaza explosion kills Palestinian; IDF: We didn't attack
  7. Israeli artillery kills Palestinian in Gaza

Saturday - January 22, 2011:

  1. Potential Lebanon kingmaker supports Hezbollah
  2. Arab World Won't Donate to Palestinian Authority
  3. 'Syria has role of much importance in stabilizing Mideast'

Friday - January 21, 2011:

  1. IDF kills terrorist who fired at soldiers near Jenin
  2. US Envoys Ross and Hale in Israel
  3. PA draft resolution: Declare settlements illegal
  4. PA FM condemns Israel's 'Judaization' of Jerusalem
  5. PM: Israel will work to disconnect Gaza from power grid
  6. Israelis are Warned to Prepare for Earthquake
  7. Muslim Brotherhood Plans 2nd Week of Protests in Jordan
  8. Ex-CIA officers warn of violence without peace progress
  9. Barghouti says Israel is no partner for peace
  10. Hariri may lose race for PM
  11. Turkey, Qatar halt efforts to mediate Lebanon crisis
  12. Flotilla raid probe: IDF acted properly
  13. Gas fields in contested seas
  14. 'Kinneret could become a fish-free lake'

Thursday - January 20, 2011:

  1. Anti-government protests gather steam in Jordan
  2. LEBANON Mediators busy in Beirut but prospects very dim
  3. Saudis give up on Lebanon mediation talks
  4. Russia to talk Palestinian independence with Israel
  5. Russia, Jordan vow to achieve an independent Palestinian state
  6. PA TV: 'The Rifle is Our Brother'
  7. The ‘missing dimension’ in Britain’s Middle East Policy
  8. UN resolution draft demanding settlement halt submitted

Wednesday - January 19, 2011:

  1. IDF foils attempted terror attack along Gaza border
  2. Israel Crosses into Gaza after Bombing Attempt
  3. Abbas calls on Quartet to pressure Israel
  4. Lebanon as state open to UN sanctions if Beirut flouts Hariri tribunal
  5. UN prosecutor: Hariri indictment important for Lebanon

Tuesday - January 18, 2011:

  1. Erekat to ask UNSC to declare all settlements illegal
  2. Renewed Mortar, Rocket Attacks Test IDF’s Next Step
  3. Hariri tribunal results expected; Nasrallah lashes out
  4. Hariri killing indictment filed; last mediation effort in Damascus
  5. Hizbullah: US controlled Hariri probe to 'light a fuse'
  6. Hezbollah Backs Karami for Premier as Lebanon Political Deadlock Deepens
  7. Even Mossad can get it wrong. Dagan backtracks on Iran's 2015 timeline
  8. Leaked audio tapes could add to simmering tension
  9. Region heads back Syria-Saudi mediation on Lebanon
  10. Defense minister Ehud Barak splits Labor in step with Netanyahu
  11. Haniyeh: Egypt to renew Palestinian reconciliation talks
  12. Home Front Command reduces warning time for incoming missiles to 90 seconds

Monday - January 17, 2011:

  1. IDF Giving Hamas a Chance? IDF Holds Fire Despite Rocket Attack
  2. Zahar: Cease-fire enforced after IDF operation warning
  3. 'Israel tested Stuxnet virus on Dimona plant'
  4. Nasrallah: US, Israel pressured Hariri to cancel our deal
  5. Access to Little Western Wall widened
  6. Plan for 1,400 new building units in J'lem to be discussed

Sunday - January 16, 2011:

  1. Lebanese minister: UN findings will be released next week
  2. 'Hariri: Opposition is demanding that I surrender'
  3. Hizballah races to form an anti-West government to beat STL indictments

Saturday - January 15, 2011:

  1. 2 grenades thrown at office of Hizbullah-allied party
  2. 'Israel's Economy is Good and the World Should Know It'
  3. Belgian Anti-Semitism Leads to More Aliyah
  4. Hariri returns to Beirut after government collapse
  5. Hariri: No alternative to dialogue
  6. In rise of ultra-Orthodox, challenges for Israel

Friday - January 14, 2011:

  1. Abbas: U.S. not working hard enough for Palestinian state
  2. Arabs Fear Civil War in Lebanon After Hizbullah Pullout
  3. Can Lebanon find the courage to be free?
  4. 'Int’l recognition of Palestine strengthens us in talks'
  5. Hamas deploys forces to shore up ceasefire
  6. How Hamas stays in power
  7. Lieberman: 'Hizbullah is extorting, threatening the world'
  8. Netanyahu: 'Infiltrators' occupying Tel Aviv
  9. Arabs 'Shame' IDF Near Shiloh
  10. Iran airs 'Mossad assassin's' full confession

Thursday - January 13, 2011:

  1. Analysis: Israel needs to be concerned
  2. Lebanon in crisis- Hizballah quits government, US-French buildup, Israel on standby
  3. Arab League: Lebanon at risk of civil war
  4. Gaza groups: We'll halt rocket attacks
  5. 'Hundreds of Civilian Deaths in Next War,' Says IDF
  6. Obama: Hizbullah efforts only demonstrate their fear

Wednesday - January 12, 2011:

  1. Erekat: Peace talks with Israeli government have ended
  2. Gaza Fires Rocket at Israel, None Hurt
  3. Iranian minister discusses infiltration to Mossad
  4. Islamic Jihad threatens to avenge IAF killing of operative
  5. Israel reconsiders deployment of rocket protection system near Gaza border
  6. PM disagrees with claim Iran won't get bomb until 2015
  7. PM: Must be military option against Iran

Tuesday - January 11, 2011:

  1. 4 Gaza rockets hit south Israel
  2. Hamas Lowers Profile as Israeli Ministers Warn of Cast Lead II
  3. Israel targets new Iran-built Hamas command centers in Gaza
  4. 'EU diplomats step up opposition to east J'lem building'
  5. Israel 'Shocked, Insulted' as EU Calls Jerusalem a Settlement
  6. Palestinians to seek UN recognition for independent state in September
  7. 'Israeli confidence levels at 10 year year high'
  8. Sarkozy envoy with 'message from Damascus'
  9. Sderot: The Calm Before the Storm
  10. Yesha Council Shows How PA Negates Peace

Monday - January 10, 2011:

  1. Hamas asks Gaza groups to stop attacking Israel
  2. IDF Films, You Decide: Is This a Peaceful Protest?
  3. 'IDF mulls deploying anti-mortar system along Gaza border'
  4. Israel 'Regrets' Chile's Decision to Recognize PA as a Country

Sunday - January 9, 2011:

  1. 3 Thai workers hurt in mortar strike
  2. More nations will recognize Palestinian state, PA says
  3. Palestinian violence surges on W. Bank, Gaza. Israeli soldier killed
  4. Palestinians: Silwan riots broke out after police lost crate of ammunition
  5. Soldiers kill Palestinian at checkpoint
  6. 'US failed to convince Israel to halt settlement building'

Saturday - January 8, 2011:

  1. Analysis: No strike at Iran as Pardo takes Mossad baton
  2. Next Flashpoint in Mideast Could Be Gas Fields Off Mediterranean Coast
  3. Security and Defense: Can Damascus be swayed
  4. New crisis simmering between Turkey and Israel
  5. Jordan to Netanyahu: Commitment to peace is not enough, take practical action
  6. Mubarak Warns Netanyahu: No New Gaza Incursion
  7. Chile announces recognition of Palestinian statehood
  8. Hamas, Fatah at funeral: Occupation killed in cold blood
  9. IAF Buries Gaza Murder Tunnel
  10. IDF arrests Hamas men in Hebron, strikes Gaza

Friday - January 7, 2011:

  1. Arab states work to finalize anti-settlement draft
  2. Hamas, Winner of PA Elections, Teaches: Destroy Israel
  3. Mubarak: Israel must ‘review its policies’ for peace talks
  4. Mubarak to Bibi: Threats against Hamas threaten region
  5. Netanyahu to tell Mubarak We won't let Hamas and Hezbollah disturb the quiet
  6. Police: Palestinians stole orange trees
  7. WikiLeaks: Israelis Race Iranian Missiles: 12 minutes to Safety

Thursday - January 6, 2011:

  1. Qassam hits Israel; IDF attacks Gaza targets
  2. Blair: Serious trouble if no talks soon
  3. Israel to Palestinians: How can we make peace if you won't talk to us?
  4. Analysis: Going down with a fight?
  5. Mini-Cast Lead II Continues; Rocket Damages Greenhouses
  6. Muslim School in Jerusalem Teaches Children to Seek Death
  7. PM backs plan to allow 5,250 Palestinians to work in Israel
  8. Swine flu hits Israel, hospitals swamped

Wednesday - January 5, 2011:

  1. Abbas fears frustrations from stagnated peace process
  2. Netanyahu slams Palestinians’ new 'three no’s'
  3. Barak: No progress on Syrian track, focus on Palestinians
  4. Livni: Syrians must do more than just say they want peace
  5. More than 100 Muslim activists enter Gaza after docking aid ship in Egypt

Tuesday - January 4, 2011:

  1. 'Hizbullah can fire 400-600 rockets a day in next war'
  2. IDF Widens, Improves North-Jerusalem Crossing
  3. Palestinians used UK consular cars to deliver guns to Hamas
  4. PM: I agreed to freeze, US didn't
  5. Egyptian lawyers blame Israel for church bombing
  6. 2010 was hottest year in Israel’s recorded history
  7. 'Asian Gaza caravan crosses through Rafah into Gaza'
  8. C-in-C of Israel's covert war on Iran retires at its high point
  9. Hospitals fill up, and more, despite relatively mild winter
  10. Is Labor on way out of government?
  11. Sheshinski: Increase gov't take from oil, gas to 50-62%

Monday - January 3, 2011:

  1. Hamas plan: Missile at soccer match
  2. Jerusalem Arabs charged with Hamas terror conspiracy
  3. IAF strikes Gaza in response to Kassam rocket firing
  4. Abbas: Peace agreement could be signed in 2 months
  5. PM to Abbas: Ready to talk until 'white smoke comes out'
  6. PA: Chile, Uruguay to recognize state
  7. Palestinian shot to death at roadblock
  8. Terror Attack Thwarted in Gush Etzion
  9. U.S. officials: Barak 'deceived' us about his role in peace process

Sunday - January 2, 2011:

  1. Abbas urges Quartet to draft new peace plan
  2. Northern Israel rattled by 3.6 magnitude earthquake
  3. Palestinians vow revenge following protestor's death
  4. Report: Breakthrough achieved towards Israel-Syria talks

Saturday - January 1, 2011:

  1. Abbas seeks US backing in UN settlement condemnation
  2. PM: Conflict continues due to refusal to accept Israel
  3. Inflation Rearing its Head?

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