Freitag, 3. August 2007


Kleinlaut gibt sich die beste Miliz der Welt nachdem es heute zwei illegalen Arbeitssuchenden gelang bei Kibbutz Meflasim den unüberwindbaren Schutzzaun der die freie, demokratische Welt von dem bösen Hamasstan trennt. Polizeigroßeinsatz, Staus am Freitag Abend, "High Alert", ratlose IDFler.

Top-News: Infrastructures Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer confirmed Tuesday that in the next few months he would submit to the government a plan to build a nuclear power plant in Shivta [wohl im militärischen Sperrgebiet], in the Negev. In a speech he delivered to the Israel Electric Company's (IEC) Engineers Union, Ben-Eliezer said that the plan was being coordinated with the Prime Minister's Office and the Atomic Energy Association. The infrastructures minister claimed that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert supported the plan. [Noch im Februar hatte Ben-Eliezer solche Pläne als spekulativ bezeichnet.]

Top-News: Secret talks aimed at solving internal Palestinian instability are being held between Hamas and Fatah officials, Ma'an reported on Friday. According to the Palestinian news agency, the aim of the negotiations was to reestablish the Palestinian Authority unity government which crumbled several weeks ago. Former Palestinian Authority government spokesman Ghazi Hamad (Hamas) and former Fatah security commander Jibril Rajoub, along with other representatives sent by PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, were said to have held talks over the last few days. Members of other Palestinian factions were reported to be mediating between Fatah and Hamas at the meetings. Among the mediators were independent legislator Mustafa Barghouti, Basam a-Salahi from the a-Sha'ab Party (the Nation) and Abed a-Rahim from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The talks were centered around creating a new unified government composed solely of independent candidates. Its term will last for nine and a half months, Ma'an reported. Furthermore, the parties had discussed the restructuring of the Palestinian defense mechanisms and the return of control of these groups to Abbas, the report said.

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