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30/10/2005

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Enlaces en inglés correspondientes a la Edición del 16/10/2005.

  • Al-Zarqawi’s Europe cell jailed – Times

    Four Islamic radicals accused of planning to bomb Jewish targets in Germany were jailed for up to eight years yesterday in a case that exposed the links between the terrorist mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and European networks.

  • Bill Gates – Israel is a high tech superpower – Israel21c

    Calling Israel “a high tech superpower,” Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates arrived in the country yesterday for a whirlwind 24 hour tour. “We’re super-satisfied with the contributions of Microsoft’s R&D center in Haifa.”

  • Christian girls beheaded in grisly Indonesian attack – Israpundit

    Three teenage Christian girls were beheaded and a fourth was seriously wounded in a savage attack on Saturday by unidentified assailants Sydney Morning Heraldin the Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi.

  • Defense Minister Mofaz: “Peace Impossible with Current PA Government” – Jerusalem Post

    Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz criticized Mahmoud Abbas in an interview in Friday’s Yediot Ahronot daily. “Abu Mazen [Abbas] is a one-man show, and there is nothing backing him,” Mofaz said. “We will not reach peace with the current Palestinian leadership – we have to wait until the next generation.” For the time being, the best that could be expected was another round of interim agreements between the sides rather than any final peace agreement, he said. (Jerusalem Post)

  • Exclusive: Temple Mount tour – Ynet

    Ynetnews presents rare, exclusive video of holy site, currently closed to Jews, after Israeli able to sneak camcorder into Mount. Prominent archeologist who watched video says Muslim renovation did not damage shrine

  • Israel Worried About New Russia-Syria Arms Deals – Haaretz

    Israel has expressed concern over Russia’s intention to sign new arms deals with Syria, following the already completed deal to provide Syria with SA-18 anti-aircraft missiles. Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom, who is to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday, will tell him of Israel’s objection to the sale of more weapons to Syria, a political source in Jerusalem said Tuesday. The source said Syria was still providing arms to Hizballah and Ahmed Jibril’s Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine organization in Lebanon. “Weapons sold to the Syrians could reach the terror organizations in Lebanon,” the source said.

  • Lebanese-Syrian Border Tensions Grow – MENL

    Border tensions between Lebanon and Syria continue to rise.

  • Mazuz accused of ‘unfair’ arrest policy – Jerusalem Post

    Orit Struck, head of the Organization for Human Rights in Judea and Samaria,
    on Saturday blasted Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz for allegedly spearheading the government’s harsh arrest policy against disengagement opponents that was allegedly adopted by the Supreme Court.

  • Mysterious blasts rattle Israelis – Ynet

    Dozens of readers from across Israel told Ynet about unusually loud “explosions” and tremors throughout the night, but attempts to shed light on the source of the blasts has been met with uncertainty.

  • PA to Build Huge Arafat Mausoleum – Jerusalem Post

    The PA, which in recent years has been facing a severe financial crisis, has decided to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a large and magnificent mausoleum for former PA chairman Yasser Arafat. Sources estimated the cost of the project at over $1 million, to be carried out under the auspices of the PA’s Palestinian Economic Council for Development and Reconstruction (PECDAR).

  • Report: “Damascus Pursuing Innovative Chemical Warfare Program in Cooperation with Iran” – Ynet

    Damascus is pursuing “an innovative chemical warfare (CW) program in co-operation with Iran,” Jane’s Defence Weekly reported Monday. Tehran made a contractual commitment to Syria a few months ago to provide Iranian technical assistance to facilitate Syria’s CW program. Iran will assist Syria in the planning, establishment, and pilot operation of four or five facilities throughout Syria for the production of precursors for VX and Sarin nerve agents and mustard blister agent.

  • U.S. Congress blasts Iran for threats – Iran focus

    Both the United States House of Representatives and Senate passed separate resolutions against Iran on Friday for threatening peace in the Middle East and calling for the annihilation of Israel.

  • Transcript: Iran President’s speech threatening Israel – Iran focus

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made a keynote speech on Wednesday at the gathering of 4,000 students organised by the Association of Islamic Students Societies. The text follows

  • We will use force, Blair warns Iranians – Iran focus

    Tony Blair delivered his strongest warning to Iran last night, saying Teheran would not be allowed to become a “threat to our world security”.

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