By Aluf Benn
Israel, P.A. Agree To Strive for Accord by End of 2008
Israel and the Palestinian Authority agreed Tuesday to immediately launch peace negotiations in order to reach an agreement by the end of 2008, President Bush said in his remarks at the Middle East peace conference in Annapolis, Maryland. Prior to his prepared address, Bush read a joint statement agreed on by the sides during last-minute…
Syria To Attend Annapolis, Olmert To Present Vision for Peace
WASHINGTON — The implementation of the road map peace plan is imperative, and terminating terrorist activity in the Gaza Strip is an inseparable part of the plan’s first stage. That, according to sources close to the prime minister, will be the theme of Ehud Olmert’s address tomorrow at the Annapolis international peace summit. Olmert, the…
Gaza Bombing Unlikely To Affect Process
JERUSALEM — The deadly attack on an American diplomatic convoy in Gaza this week is not likely to have any major impact on American involvement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which has been at a low ebb anyway since the resignation of former Palestinian prime minister Mahmoud Abbas in early September. The attack, which left three…
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