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Tribune foreign correspondentIn some Israelis' eyes, it looks like an anti-terror campaign extending invitations to terrorists. Initially enthusiastic that the Americans were stepping up their fight against terrorism, the Israelis now are worried that the U.S.-led campaign against...
Sun Foreign StaffASHDOD, Israel - Two Palestinian suicide bombers blew themselves up yesterday at Israel's heavily guarded seaport here, killing 10 other people and wounding at least 20 others in the first successful militant attack on a strategic target in more than...
Times Staff WriterDover Kosashvili's "Late Marriage" will assuredly rank as one of the cleverest, most deceptively amusing comedies of the year, marking the remarkably confident feature debut of its writer-director, who was born in Soviet Georgia in 1966 and emigrated to...
Sun Foreign StaffRAMALLAH, West Bank - He was the prize catch of an Israeli army sweep through the West Bank 14 months ago, and he stands accused of helping to instigate the Palestinian uprising and ordering the killing of Israeli civilians. But from his Israeli jail...
Tribune theater criticFrom an extraordinarily heated subject, that of Israeli/Palestinian relations, writer-director Rachel Havrelock and performer Yuri Lane have fashioned a coolly extraordinary 55 minutes titled "From Tel Aviv to Ramallah: A Beatbox Journey," now at the...
Times Staff WriterThe bitter collapse a year ago of the Camp David, Md., peace talks gave way to the deadliest Israeli-Palestinian fighting in decades. More than 600 people have been killed in 10 months, and there are no discernible prospects for an end to the bloodshed....
Tribune foreign correspondentAfter a day searching for terrorists in a sealed-off village, Israeli soldiers came to Ahmed Reheimy's house after dark, telling him to evacuate his family and leave the keys in the door. Reheimy led his family of more than 20 to a brother's house and...
Tags: White House, Hamas, Crime, Law and Justice, Terrorism, Death
Sun StaffJERUSALEM - After months of delays and debate, diplomats formally delivered yesterday an outline of the U.S.-backed Middle East peace plan called the "road map" to the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers. When and in what form the two sides will...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - Three Palestinian militant groups agreed yesterday to halt attacks on Israel for three months, an accord that remained tenuous as violence continued on both sides, and local militia leaders said a formal truce was not yet a certainty....
The death of Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat last month could profoundly alter the Palestinians' long-running conflict with Israel, which erupted into violence again four years ago. Despite a sense that diplomatic progress may finally be...
Tags: Religious Conflicts, Hamas, Terrorism, Death, Civil Unrest
Special to the TribuneFor more than a year, the fate of three Israeli soldiers seized by Hezbollah guerrillas on the border with Lebanon has been a mystery. The Islamic movement demanded the release of 19 prisoners in exchange for the men but refused to say whether the...
Tribune foreign correspondentDespite being on Israel's most-wanted list, Abdel Rahman Hamad regularly read the Koran on the roof terrace of his home just 300 yards from the Israel-West Bank border. It was a fatal miscalculation. Soon after sunrise Sunday, the militant Hamas leader...
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