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· November, 2005

Stories about Israel from November, 2005

Israeli: Writing about the human condition

This week in Israel: a “political earthquake” and lots of fun stuff – not just politics

This week, much of the Israeli blogosphere is in a tizzy over what the media lost no time in dubbing a “political earthquake”: Ariel Sharon has left the hawkish Likud...

Israel: No Leaders?

Israel: Ariel Sharon leave the Likud

Sympathy for Jordan, a political surprise and rallying for Rabin's memory

This week’s post focuses on reactions in the Israeli blogosphere to three events: the suicide bombings in Amman; the election of Amir Peretz as head of the Labour Party; and...

Israel: Vatican swap deal to regain site of “Last Supper” in Jerusalem

This week in Israel: Remembering Yitzhak Rabin

On November 4, 1995, following a peace rally that is estimated to have attracted nearly 500,000 people to Tel Aviv’s central square, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated. Rabin’s violent...

Israel: Italian Rally

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