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05/14/2008 09:49 AM ID: 70741 Permalink   

Israeli Gov Will Give Green Light For 100s of Homes in W.Bank


Despite ongoing peace talks a political ally of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has announced construction plans for hundreds of homes on the West Bank.

The announcement came from the Shas religious party only hours before US President George W Bush was due for arrival in the country to try and breathe life into the peace process.

A spokesperson for the housing ministry denied the announcement but didn’t rule out the construction at a later date. The land in question has been earmarked by the Palestinian authorities as part of a future Palestinian state.

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  I'm in shock and awe!  
This must be an error!
  by: Rv3   05/14/2008 02:30 PM     
  Not Surprised at All  
They've been doing this sort of thing since they agreed a year or two ago not to.

Another thing that bothers me about this is, we the US is funding the WHOLE thing.
  by: FreakKeeper     05/14/2008 03:30 PM     
  One demerit...  
...for using an apostrophe as a plural.
  by: zalpha     05/14/2008 11:16 PM     
Why are you always using the Iranian Press TV source Hugo. They are biased and always say these nasty things about Israel.
  by: jendres     05/15/2008 02:01 AM     
  Nothing new  
It is pretty clear that Israel never intends to try to have anything that is close to peace, they choose more land instead.

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  by: Kaleid   05/15/2008 04:12 AM     
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