Israel - Gaza - Middle East


Tuesday - May 31, 2011:

  1. 'IDF preparing for more violence on Lebanon border'
  2. Home Front Command gears for nationwide drill
  3. PM: Global terror organizations strengthening in Sinai
  4. Report: Over 400 al-Qaida terrorists now in Sinai
  5. Netanyahu warns Egypt losing control of growing terror groups in Sinai
  6. Israeli cabinet allocates $135m to judaize Jerusalem
  7. Hamas orders supplies to test Israel's 'siege' on Gaza Strip
  8. Jerusalem Arabs to Israel: Don't Give Away Your Sovereignty
  9. Turkey Mediates Fatah-Hamas Unity

Monday - May 30, 2011:

  1. Cairo opens Gaza crossing, prepares to halt gas to Israel
  2. Abbas future state free of all Israelis
  3. Arab League Goes for Broke, Officially Abandons ‘Talks’
  4. Gaza border crossing will remain free of European observers, Hamas official says
  5. IDF: Palestinian police intentionally targeted worshipers at Joseph's Tomb
  6. Israel braces for border clashes in coming days
  7. Livni criticizes Obama’s chronology for peace talks
  8. Netanyahu Rallies around ‘United Jerusalem’
  9. Peres to UN: Don't mislead Palestinians

Sunday - May 29, 2011:

  1. Arab League chief backs Palestinian UN statehood bid
  2. Diplomacy: Netanyahu and ‘The Book of Why’
  3. Gaza’s Rafah Crossing opens
  4. Egypt: No one will block opening of Rafah crossing
  5. Kadima: Opening of Gaza border is 'national failure' for Netanyahu

Saturday - May 28, 2011:

  1. White House is set for Obama-Netanyahu-Abbas summit. Israel is downbeat
  2. Israeli politicians and intellectuals urge EU to recognize the Palestinian State
  3. Lebanon: 1 peacekeeper dead, 4 injured in blast
  4. PA Police Officially a Hostile Organization
  5. Survey: Israelis Believe Palestine State and Intifada on the Way
  6. 'Aid Ship' Refuses to Let Israel Deliver Goods
  7. Ban calls on Mediterranean countries to stop Gaza flotilla
  8. Study: Settlements worth $18.8 billion

Friday - May 27, 2011:

  1. Egypt to open Rafah crossing permanently
  2. Hezbollah brags about missiles
  3. Palestinian UN bid: Israel's battle for Europe
  4. Sarkozy: PA unity doesn't negate need to recognize Israel
  5. Sha'ath: Unity deal will allow us to 'liberate Palestine'
  6. Top Palestinian negotiator: Israel destroying two-state solution
  7. US to help Israel buy 4 more Iron Dome interceptors

Thursday - May 26, 2011:

  1. Netanyahu at US Congress hints at Israeli action against Iran, may leave some settlements out of borders
  2. Abbas: Netanyahu speech not basis for talks
  3. Hamas chief: We will continue to bolster Hamas-Fatah reconciliation
  4. Obama to PA: Seeking statehood in UN a 'mistake'
  5. PA Charges Netanyahu ‘Declared War on Peace Process’
  6. Settlers: We won't live in Palestinian state
  7. Wall Street Journal Op-Ed Editor: Obama’s Peace ‘a War Formula’
  8. White House Says Time Has Come for PA ‘Good Will’

Wednesday - May 25, 2011:

  1. 3rd intifada feared as border fights surge
  2. Hamas’ Gaza strongman quoted as challenging top leader over backing of peace talks
  3. 'Jordan is Palestine,' MK Eldad declares at embassy
  4. Petition to 10 Jordanian Embassies: Jordan is Palestine
  5. MK Katz: Honorable Prime Minister,State Our Rights to This Land
  6. PA: Netanyahu's policies fraudulent
  7. PM: Any peace agreement must leave Israel with security

Tuesday - May 24, 2011:

  1. Erekat: If '67 lines are an illusion, peace is an illusion
  2. On Obama’s Call for '’67 Lines w/ Swaps'
  3. FM: Israel is willing to resume talks without preconditions
  4. Palestinian leader Abbas joins calls for Mideast quartet meeting
  5. Hamas: Let's discuss 1948 lines
  6. Jordan's king boycotts Abbas. Moscow: Hamas must recognize Israel
  7. Zahar: Palestinians should not settle for 1967 borders
  8. Land now, peace...TBD
  9. Video: Israeli Cooperation with PA ‘Cool as a Cucumber’

Monday - May 23, 2011:

  1. Jordanian king: No hope for progress in peace talks
  2. Jordan's king impatient with Israel
  3. Jordan’s King Predicts Israel-PLO Peace
  4. PA challenges Netanyahu to accept 1967 lines
  5. PA may abandon statehood drive if ’67 lines accepted
  6. Tel Aviv: Hundreds protest Obama speech
  7. The PM’s speech: History in the making?

Sunday - May 22, 2011:

  1. Arab group: Prepare for 2nd round of protest
  2. Netanyahu rejects any Israeli return to the 1967 lines
  3. Obama’s failure to internalize Palestinian intolerance
  4. 'PA to go ahead with state recognition request at UN'
  5. Treaty violation would jeopardize Israel

Saturday - May 21, 2011:

  1. A substantial shift toward the Palestinian position
  2. Abbas calls emergency meeting over Obama address
  3. Obama Said '1967 lines- Not 'Borders' - And It Matters
  4. PM: Issues cannot be swept under rug
  5. 'New PA law to grant all convicted terrorists monthly pay'
  6. PA to Pay Terrorists in Israeli Prisons Salaries
  7. Erekat: Israeli gov't is sabotaging peace process
  8. Gaza Intifada provocateur injured by IDF fire
  9. Abbas's Fable

Friday - May 20, 2011:

  1. Obama: Palestinian state should be based on '67 lines
  2. After Nakba Day: Arabs Preparing for 'Naksa Day'
  3. Barak: US military aid at risk if no peace deal reached
  4. Israeli Hunt for Syrian, Hizballah spies who slipped in through Golan
  5. Israel's Barak says Netanyahu must take 'daring' steps toward peace
  6. PM Abbas 'blatantly distorting' documented history

Thursday - May 19, 2011:

  1. Hamas MP: Jews Ingathered for Us to Annihilate Them
  2. Abbas: Peace talks can't resume without settlement freeze
  3. Fatah official slams PM: 'He hasn't gained anything'
  4. Fatah Official: We Agree with Hamas
  5. Expert: 'Israel and America - the Last Supporters of Assad'
  6. IDF Finds Weapons Cache Near Hevron
  7. J'lem: Suspected bomb maker arrested
  8. Netanyahu, headed to Washington, is pressed to take initiative in peace process

Wednessday - May 18, 2011:

  1. Abbas and Netanyahu Agree: War of 1948 Has not Ended
  2. Abbas: 'Palestinian quest for statehood isn't a stunt'
  3. Abbas urges UN Recognize Palestinian state, pave way for legal action against Israel
  4. Palestinians ready to trade for UN recognition
  5. King Abdullah of Jordan Lauds Fatah-Hamas Reconciliation
  6. Israel again threatens to withhold tax funds to PA
  7. Likud MKs to Netanyahu: Annex Parts of Judea and Samaria
  8. Netanyahu says Israel ready to compromise
  9. Netanyahu: Israel willing to 'cede parts of our homeland' for true peace
  10. After clashes during Palestinian protests, Israeli army ponders tactics
  11. Syrian infiltrator reached Tel Aviv
  12. EU and US react to Israeli killings on border fence
  13. Glenn Beck Plans ‘Restoring Courage’ Rally on Temple Mount
  14. Palestinian Authority delays local vote to October

Tuesday - May 17, 2011:

  1. Analysis: IDF worried border protests just beginning
  2. Battle on Lebanese border illustrates broader implications of Syrian revolt
  3. IDF Continues to Pursue Syrian Infiltrators in Golan
  4. Israel files complaint against Syria, Lebanon
  5. Likud to PM: We will need to annex W. Bank settlements
  6. Assad tried pro-Palestinian Golan stunt to foil Egypt's Hamas takeover
  7. Abbas: Blood of those killed fighting for Palestinian freedom will not go to waste
  8. Nasrallah hails 'courage, bravery of Nakba Day protesters'
  9. Fatah, Hamas to discuss interim gov't
  10. Jordan police 25 hurt in border conflict
  11. Israeli shootings widen Middle East unrest
  12. Over 350 hurt in Israel embassy protest in Cairo
  13. Shalev tells FADC Israel's UN standing is at record low
  14. The Region: A taste of the future

Monday - May 16, 2011:

  1. PM on Nakba Day: We're determined to defend our borders
  2. Hamas leader on Nakba Day: The Zionist project must end
  3. Haniyeh on Nakba Day: Pray for an end to Israel
  4. Terror attack in Tel Aviv: One dead, 17 injured - first Nakba Day victims
  5. Palestinians, Syrians, Hizballah smash through three Israeli borders
  6. Deadly clashes on Israel's borders with Syria, Lebanon
  7. IDF Battles Hundreds of Syrian Arabs in Golan; One Dead
  8. IDF: Unrest along Israel's northern borders bears Iran's 'fingerprints'
  9. Israel Blames Iranian Axis for Mass Infiltration into Golan
  10. Israel: Syria responsible for border incident
  11. Syria condemns Israel's 'criminal acts' against protesters
  12. Eight said killed as IDF fires on infiltrators from Syria and Lebanon
  13. Gaza: Dozens hurt by IDF fire
  14. 1 killed, 5 hurt in firing from Syria into Lebanon
  15. IDF, Palestinians clash near Jerusalem
  16. One Jew, Eleven Arabs Reported Dead in Arab Attacks
  17. Kalandiya: 3 arrested in clashes between protesters, IDF
  18. Camera Doesn’t Lie: Attackers Hide Behind Ambulances
  19. Expose: From Izieu to Damascus, Not Just the 'Nakba'
  20. Nakba Day protesters return to Syria from Majdal Shams
  21. Protesters around world demonstrate to mark Nakba Day
  22. Terror Attack on Egypt-Israel Gas Terminal
  23. Terrorist Smugglers Rule Sinai, Says Shin Bet
  24. Video and Photos of Nakba Day Riots and ‘Terror Truck’ Attack

Sunday - May 15, 2011:

  1. 'Days of blood and violence ahead'
  2. Clashes erupt at funeral of Palestinian youth in e. J'lem
  3. Hevron: Armed Arabs 100 Meters from Hadassah House
  4. Thunder, lightning bring in heavy rains across country

Saturday - May 14, 2011:

  1. Fearing Assad demise, Hezbollah may move assets
  2. IDF on Lebanon alert for Nakba Day demonstrations
  3. Israel's Security Forces Deploy For Nakba Events
  4. Israel concerned about Hezbollah weaponry
  5. Israel shows off missile defense against Palestinian rockets
  6. Jordanians, Egyptians march to urge Palestinian state, right of refugees to return
  7. Russia FM: Specter of foreign intervention sustains Syria crisis
  8. Shin Bet: Egypt turmoil helping arms smuggling to Gaza
  9. Thousands gather in Egypt to back Palestinians

Friday - May 13, 2011:

  1. Top Fatah official: 'PA won't be able to stop 3rd intifada'
  2. Egypt to simplify Rafah border crossing for Palestinians
  3. Erdogan: 'I don't see Hamas as a terror organization'

Thursday - May 12, 2011:

  1. Cairo to move Meshaal's Hamas base to Gaza. Assad threatens Israel with war
  2. Erekat Israel's cancelation of Palestinian residency is a 'war crime'
  3. Fatah leader: New Palestinian gov't to be formed in 10 days
  4. Hamas Admits 'Peace Accord' is a Prelude to War
  5. Hamas skeptical of Fatah's statehood bid
  6. Hamas accepts 1967 borders, but will never recognize Israel, top official says
  7. Hamas says no to recognition of Israel
  8. Barak Unveils Peace Initiative
  9. MK Elkin in Judea: 'It's Us or Them'
  10. IDF chief warns of violence on 'Nakba Day'
  11. GCC Eyes Jordan and Morocco for Expansion
  12. 'Israel must take charge of its destiny'
  13. Obama may preempt PM's speech to US Congress
  14. Peres Threatens Judea and Samaria Expulsions?

Wednesday - May 11, 2011:

    Nothing to report this morning.

Tuesday - May 10, 2011:

  1. Abbas ‘absolutely’ still our partner, Peres tells ‘Post’
  2. Barak: We can't have it both ways with Palestinian unity
  3. Israel to invest $1 billion in Iron Dome missile defense system
  4. Israel's next challenge: Obama's outreach to Muslim Brotherhood
  5. Obama Faces Solid Senate Opposition on Aid to Hamas-Fatah PA
  6. PM to US: Send clear message to PA not to join Hamas
  7. Syrian Opposition Leader: Israelis Can Remain in Golan

Monday - May 9, 2011:

  1. 'Airport fuel crisis far from over'
  2. Hamas mulling recognition of Israel
  3. IDF Nabs Hamas and Islamic Jihad Leaders
  4. Israel's population hits 7.7 million on 63rd birthday

Sunday - May 8, 2011:

  1. Egyptians denounce 'normalization' at embassy in Cairo
  2. Mashaal: 'Hamas to consult factions on moves toward Israel'
  3. Mashaal: Violent resistance by consensus
  4. Ban Ki-moon to PM: Release Palestinian tax revenue
  5. EU will give 85m. euros to PA to make up for frozen funds
  6. Hariri Tribunal prosecutor amends indictment

Saturday - May 7, 2011:

  1. Maginnis: Hamas hasn't 'changed its colors'
  2. For 1st time since 2006: IDF holds logistics drill
  3. Fuel contamination 'a serious incident'
  4. 'Hamas must reform if US to talk with Palestinian gov’t'
  5. Hamas supports two-state solution
  6. Katz: Palestinian state will be an Iranian foothold
  7. Fatah-Hamas deal brings a Palestinian state closer, says Hanan Ashrawi
  8. UK, France lay red lines on terms for Palestinian state

Friday - May 6, 2011:

  1. 'I can't make peace with one who denies my right to exist'
  2. Israel builds up border forces against Syrian refugee exodus
  3. PM arrives in Paris for talks on Palestinian statehood
  4. Netanyahu in Britain, Hears Threats to Recognize PA State
  5. Analysis: For Hamas, unity is just a tactic to survive
  6. Fuel contamination halts flights
  7. Israel buys Dolphin submarine
  8. Rabbis: Regain control of Joseph's Tomb

Thursday - May 5, 2011:

  1. Yesha Leaders Write UN, ‘Bible Records Israel as Jewish Land’
  2. Netanyahu: Fatah-Hamas unity a blow to peace process
  3. Carter urges West to support Hamas-Fatah unity deal
  4. Palestinians celebrate unity deal on streets of Gaza
  5. Mashaal: Palestinians' common enemy is Israel
  6. Gaza has six fortified villas just like bin Laden's Abbottabad compound
  7. Battle-tested Philippine unit deployed as peacekeepers to Golan Heights
  8. Hamas and Fatah plan to begin implementing unity pact next week
  9. Israel to issue 'world's most secure passport'
  10. Study: Jews leaving mixed cities

Wednesday - May 4, 2011:

  1. Barak: Assad nearing end of reign in Syria
  2. Hamas, Fatah Coordinate May 15 Assault on Israel
  3. Loathing bin Laden, indulging Hamas
  4. World Bank to give Palestinians $10M
  5. Yesha Urges Government to Preempt 'Fatahamas'

Tuesday - May 3, 2011:

  1. Hamas leader Meshaal in Cairo to sign unity deal
  2. Hamas mourns bin Laden's death
  3. Hamas slams killing of 'holy warrior' Osama bin Laden
  4. Hizballah prepares to pull its heavy missiles from Syrian safekeeping
  5. 'Mashaal visited Turkey at Israel's behest'
  6. Zahar: PM of unity gov't should come from Gaza
  7. Echoes

Monday - May 2, 2011:

  1. Hamas no longer welcome in Syria, analysts say
  2. Hamas Leader Khaled Mashaal Reportedly Quits Syria
  3. Israel suspends tax transfer to PA
  4. Fayyad urges international intervention over Israeli freeze on Palestinian taxes
  5. 'Hamas ready for peace talks with Israel'
  6. Hamas won’t oppose EU presence at border, official says
  7. Mediator Hamas open to deal with Israel

Sunday - May 1, 2011:

  1. Gov’t worries after Cairo plans to open Rafah crossing
  2. Israel concerned over Egypt's policy on Gaza, Hamas
  3. Haniyeh urges PLO to annul recognition of Israel
  4. Hamas denies group leadership leaving Damascus
  5. Haniya says ready to resign for peace
  6. Syria 'welcomes' Palestinian unity deal
  7. UN's Ban cautiously welcomes Palestinian unity deal

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