Bombers in Their Bosom
- Bombers in Their Bosom. Rees, Matt // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);09/27/99, Vol. 134 Issue 13, p34
Offers information on how the Israeli Arabs are blamed for a rash of terror attacks. Six Israeli Arabs believed to be linked to the attacks; Details on car bombings; Hamas' use of Israeli citizens to avoid the crackdown on its West Bank; The demand of Likud, the second largest party, for the...
- Over their dead bodies. McGeary, Johanna; Beyer, Lisa // Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/11/96, Issue 46, p51
Considers how Hebron's immovable Jewish settlers are living land mines in the chaotic peace process. Bloodshed and tension which are part of the day-to-day life in the ancient city; How Hebron has emerged as the thorniest issue in the peace process; Comments by various settlers; Efforts of the...
- Fighting the `psyche of a superrace.' Nusseibeh, Sari // Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/11/96, Issue 46, p56
Opinion. Focuses on the dispute over Hebron. Ideology of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party which makes the future look dim; Blindness of Isaelis to the non-Jews of Palestine; Israel's celebration of 3,000 years in Jerusalem; How peace requires a multilateral vision of...
- Rebel With A Cause. Ephron, Dan // Newsweek;12/5/2005, Vol. 146 Issue 23, p36
This article looks at Ariel Sharon's recent decision to leave his Likud party in the Israeli government to form a new centrist party called Kadima. Analysts believe Sharon left Likud because of a group of hardliners who oppose any appeasement with the Palestinians. It is believed that Sharon...
- Lots of fight in the old soldier. Mcguire, Stryker; Stanger, Theodore // Newsweek;10/5/1992, Vol. 120 Issue 14, p51
States that Ariel Sharon's Likud bloc has fallen from power in Israel, but the former tank commander is far from done roving Israel's occupied territories. More than 100,000 Israelis who live on the West Bank are his most fervent supporters; Sharon's rallying of his faithful; Comments from Sharon.
- West Bank still a battleground. Barr, Cameron // Christian Science Monitor;8/28/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 194, p6
Discusses the violence that is continuing in the West Bank amidst the peace talks between the leaders of Palestine and Israel. How three Israeli soldiers were killed in the West Bank, possibly by friendly fire; Palestinians who have died even though they were not involved with any attacks...
- Intractable Foes, Warring Narratives: Measuring the Unmeasurable. Alterman, Eric // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;May2002, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p30
Comments on the Israel-Arab conflict. Renouncement of the commitment of Palestinian Arabs to terrorism; Withdrawal of Israel from Palestinian territories; Jewish influence over U.S. politics.
- The return of terror. Masland, Tom; Waller, Douglas // Newsweek;8/8/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 6, p24
Cites the wave of attacks on Jewish targets that is raising new fears about the reach of Muslim terrorism. The July 18, 1994 car bomb in Buenos Aires; The bombed commuter plane in Panama; Other incidents; Suspected involvement of Hizbullah and Iran.
- For two families, Jewish and Palestinian, conflict brings... // Christian Science Monitor;10/4/96, Vol. 88 Issue 218, p1
Reports that more than 70 people have died since clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinians erupted in late September 1996. Impact of the conflict on the Livnat family, who are Jews; Impact of the conflict on the Okashas, a Palestinian family.