Avi Issacharoff

Ha'aretz

Guest

Palestinian and Arab affairs correspondent for the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz

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As we began broadcasting and recording this program moments ago, there was hope that the hour for a cease-fire between Hamas and Israel had arrived.

Possible Cease-Fire in the Works in Israel-Gaza Conflict

As we began broadcasting and recording this program moments ago, there was hope that the hour for a cease-fire between Hamas and Israel had arrived.

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced today that the  US today will lift the embargo  placed on the Palestinian Authority when Hamas won parliamentary elections 18 months ago. …

In the Middle East, New Strategies or More of the Same?

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced today that the US today will lift the embargo placed on the Palestinian Authority when Hamas won parliamentary elections 18 months ago. …

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In Gaza,
eight Palestinians were killed today, and twenty-five more were wounded in
factional fighting.    The dead included
two people thrown off rooftops.   Avi
Issacharoff, who…

New Clashes in Gaza

In Gaza, eight Palestinians were killed today, and twenty-five more were wounded in factional fighting.   The dead included two people thrown off rooftops. Avi Issacharoff, who…

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