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  Israel - Encyclopedia Dramatica
Israel (Hebrew: ישראל Arabic: No one gives a fuck) -like Hollywood- is a country run by gay Jews in the middle of Arabia.
Founded on land stolen from the Palestinians after WW2 Israel was co-founded by butthurt Jews who believed that it was God's (who they don't believe in) will that they have a Promised Land and the United Nations who needed to find somewhere to put the most hated people on Earth.
Recently, Israel bas been trying to provide Jewenstine, the mascot and god of the Heebs, with some more Lebensraum in the Lebanon.
www.encyclopediadramatica.com /index.php/Israel   (344 words)

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The Committee deplored Israel's refusal to report on the occupied territories and the government's position that the Covenant does not apply to "areas that are not subject to its sovereign territory and jurisdiction".
The Committee noted the government's statement that powers and responsibilities "continue to be exercised by Israel in the West Bank and Gaza Strip" according to agreements reached with the Palestinians.
Israel's third periodic report (CAT/C/54/Add.1, July 2001) was considered by the Committee at its November 2001 session.
www.hri.ca /fortherecord2001/engtext/vol3eng/israeltb.htm   (551 words)

  Israel - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Israel is currently also embroiled in an ongoing conflict with Palestinians in the territories controlled since the Six Day War in 1967, despite the signing of the Oslo Accords on September 13, 1993, and the ongoing efforts of Israeli, Palestinian and global peacemakers.
Israel is widely regarded as being an undeclared nuclear power -- it operates nuclear facilities and is generally believed to be in the possession of nuclear warheads.
As of 2001, 81% of Israel's population (excluding the non-Jewish population of the West Bank and Gaza) is ethnically Jewish.
www.free-definition.com /Israel.html   (3227 words)

 Israel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Israel captured an additional 26% of the Mandate territory west of the Jordan river and annexed it to the new state.
Israel is currently also embroiled in an Israeli-Palestinian conflictongoing conflict with Palestinians in the territories controlled since the Six Day War in 1967, despite the signing of the Oslo Accords on September 13 1993/, and the ongoing efforts of Israeli, Palestinian and global peacemakers.
Israel is widely regarded as being an undeclared nuclear power — it operates nuclear facilities and is generally believed to be in possession of nuclear weapons.
www.infothis.com /find/Israel   (4332 words)

 USA v. Oliver North - admissions
LtCol North recommended that the current donors to the Resistance be approached to provide the remainder of their $25 million pledge and an additional $15 million to $20 million between May 1 and June 1, 1985.
North said he knew of the accounts and the means by which the funds could be transferred.
North noted that Noriega had the capabilities that he had proffered, and that the cost of any operations could be borne by Project Democracy.
academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu /history/johnson/Northadmissions.htm   (7847 words)

 Walsh Iran / Contra Report - Chapter 2 United States v. Oliver L. North
North was charged also with obstruction of congressional investigations and false statements to a congressional committee and the attorney general, shredding and altering official documents, acceptance of an illegal gratuity from Secord in the form of a home-security system, conversion of traveler's checks and tax-fraud conspiracy.
North said on cross-examination that on November 20, 1986, during preparation of congressional testimony for Casey and Poindexter, an entire roomful of individuals knew that false assertions were being drafted when North suggested that they say no one in the U.S. Government knew the true cargo of the November 1985 HAWK missile shipment to Iran.
North said he believed the purpose of Betsy North's trip to Philadelphia was for her to identify herself to Zucker in case North didn't return from a dangerous trip to Iran.
www.fas.org /irp/offdocs/walsh/chap_02.htm   (9768 words)

Pelleg of the outcome: in one of the cases, "irregular" means had been employed, and those involved had been subjected to "disciplinary measures as warranted."32 With regard to the other complaints she had submitted, the investigation found that there had been no wrongdoing.
We urge Israel to extend this policy by ensuring that the family of any Palestinian whose death in or out of detention appears linked to security forces is informed of its rights with regard to participating in the investigation of the death.
Israel's chief pathologist, Dr. Yehuda Hiss of the Ministry of Health, has told Middle East Watch of his willingness to allow a family-appointed physician to be present at any intifada-related autopsy.
www.hrw.org /reports/1992/israel   (9113 words)

Israel's first monarch resembled in many respects the judges who had preceded him, for the simple reason that, under his rule, the Hebrew tribes did not really coalesce into a nation.
Abroad, Israel's friendly relations with Juda assumed to permanent character by the marriage of Athalia the daughter of Achab and Jezabel, with Joram the son of Josaphat; and in point of fact, Israel was a t peace with Juda throughout the twenty-two years of Achab's reign.
Owing chiefly to the fact that Israel's enemies had grown weaker on every side, the new king was able to eclipse the victories achieved by his father, Joas, and to maintain for a while the old ideal boundaries both east and west of the Jordan (IV Kings, xiv, 28).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08193a.htm   (6886 words)

 Congressman Mark Steven Kirk - 10th District of Illinois
Israel's northern region has been the target of rockets fired from southern Lebanon, and both the Jewish National Fund and the JUF are organizing fund-raising efforts to move children out of the area to summer camps in more central parts of Israel.
He said America's first priority should be to ensure the safety of its citizens in both Israel and Lebanon, and the United States should then focus on helping the weak Lebanese government regain control of the southern region of its country.
Weisberg had just returned from a trip to Israel with members of the congregation who were reminded of the tenuous and fragile nature of the security in Israel.
www.house.gov /list/hearing/il10_kirk/israel69.html   (979 words)

 Weinstock Appeal Charges Prosecutorial Misconduct
Israel Weinstock”, New York Bar Counsel, Robert Saltzman, committed prosecutorial misconduct, obstruction of justice, witness tampering and retaliatory conduct against a him as a cooperating witness in the United States Justice Department’s criminal probe of Bar complainants.
In the District Court, a federal reciprocal disbarment proceeding entitles an attorney to a plenary evidentiary hearing if he was denied an “ample” opportunity to present evidence in the prior disbarment proceeding regarding alleged professional misconduct.
The District Court ignored the blatantly improper conduct of Bar Counsel and refused to conduct an evidentiary hearing.
www.northcountrygazette.org /articles/091805WeinstockAppeal.html   (650 words)

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 MyJewishLearning.com - History & Community: Israeli Electoral System
The American voter elects individual representatives of district constituencies, while the Israeli voter selects from amongst lists of candidates for the Knesset (Parliament) throughout the country.
In 1988 this threshold for representation was raised to 1.5 percent in an attempt to prevent extremist minority views—in this case a political party that was later disqualified from candidacy because it was deemed racist—from gaining representation in the Knesset.
After elections for the Knesset have been conducted, the president of the State of Israel will approach the leader of one of the parties--generally the party that has received the greatest number of votes--and entrust him or her the task of forming a government.
www.myjewishlearning.com /history_community/Israel/Israeli_Politics/IsraeliElectoralSystem.htm   (1041 words)

 Israel Rejects Palestinian Government - Examiner.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Israel urged the West to maintain the aid boycott imposed a year ago after Hamas defeated Fatah in an election and formed a government.
The plan offers Israel recognition if it withdraws from the West Bank and east Jerusalem, also referring to the right of Palestinian refugees from the 1948-49 Mideast war and their millions of descendants to return to their homes.
Israel has said parts of the plan are worthy of consideration, but it rejects a full withdrawal from the territories and return of refugees, saying an influx of millions of Palestinians would end Israel's existence as a Jewish state.
www.examiner.com /a-623173~Israel_Rejects_Palestinian_Government.html?cid=rss-World   (891 words)

 Baibars [Definition]
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The borders with Israel and Turkey are subject to dispute, pending the resolution of outstanding conflicts over possession of the Golan Heights and the region of Iskenderun, respectively....
According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), at the end of 2001 the city had a total population of 25,900....
www.wikimirror.com /Baibars   (2577 words)

 Infringements in Hebron District   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
It is bounded by the Hebron District to the south and south-west, the Dead Sea to the east, and Israel to the west ( Figure 1).
Israel often uses this designation to restrict Palestinian construction and prevent the expansion of Palestinian communities located in the vicinity of settlements.
Much of the land that Israel declares as "not in use" is actually used for rainfed farming by a large percentage of the Palestinian population.
www.arij.org /paleye/bethlehem   (4945 words)

 Titus North for U.S. Congress, 14th District of Pennsylvania
As a Green, Titus North is not subservient to the two-party oligarchy and their corporate sponsors, but rather is committed to the Green values of nonviolence, social justice, and environmental wisdom.
As in the case with the United States, the main security threat to Israel is the resentment and deperation that its militarism causes among the populations that it impacts.
Foreign aid to Israel and Egypt should be cut off, although the United States should be prepared to help finance a mutually acceptable settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians.
www.pitt.edu /~ctnst3/votenorth/congress.html   (792 words)

 RMS Catastrophe Models - Israel
The RMS® Israel Earthquake Model is the first catastrophe model to offer both high resolution and aggregate analysis capabilities for insurance and reinsurance risk management.
Israel, though generally considered to have moderate seismicity, is threatened by the Dead Sea Rift, which creates a series of active faults running the length of the country.
Continued rapid development of Israel is dramatically influencing the composition of risk and concentrations of exposure.
www.rms.com /catastrophe/Models/Israel.asp   (383 words)

 District students traveling free to Israel as part of Birthright program
He went to Israel on a family trip nearly 10 years ago, and while he vividly recalls some moments, he said he was too young to appreciate the broader aspects of being a Jew in Israel.
This is the first year of the Birthright Israel program, which is funded with $210 million from philanthropists, Jewish community organizations and the Israeli government.
More than 80 North American colleges and universities are sending students on the inaugural trip, including Penn State, Boston University, the University of Delaware, the University of Florida, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California at San Diego.
www.post-gazette.com /magazine/19991222travel6.asp   (668 words)

 Israel, Palestinians agree to cease-fire in Gaza North County Times - Nation / World -
JERUSALEM -- Israel and the Palestinians agreed to a cease-fire Saturday to end a five-month Israeli military offensive in the Gaza Strip and the firing of rockets by Palestinian militants into the Jewish state -- a major step toward possibly reviving long-stalled peace talks.
Israel expressed regret for the loss of civilian life and blamed the deaths on a technical problem.
The West and Israel placed economic sanctions on the Palestinians after Hamas won legislative elections in January because the militant group refused to meet international demands to renounce violence, recognize Israel and honor past peace agreements.
www.northcountytimes.com /articles/2006/11/26/news/nation/18_21_5311_25_06.txt   (1432 words)

 IslamOnline.net- Muslim Affairs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The author uses the metaphor of a "glass wall" to symbolize Israel's success in separating its Palestinian citizens from the Jewish majority, while at the same time convincing the world, and Israeli citizens, that a "Jewish democratic" state is open to everyone.
Israel is increasing its ideological battle to merge the image of the "terrorist" outside, with the Arab enemy within.
Cook presents a coherent argument that a focus on Israel's treatment of its Palestinian citizens is central to understanding obstacles blocking a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
www.islamonline.net /servlet/Satellite?c=Article_C&cid=1163656967588&pagename=Zone-English-Muslim_Affairs/MAELayout   (1032 words)

 Israel Official Expects Peace to Prevail - Examiner.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
JERUSALEM (Map, News) - Israel's public security minister, a former intelligence chief with a reputation for toughness, offered a surprisingly optimistic view Monday of prospects for peace between Israelis and Palestinians, despite what he called a big push by Iran to sow discord in the region.
That's not a common view in Israel, where most believe the war harmed the country's long-term deterrence by failing to destroy Hezbollah even after it launched more than 4,000 missiles into Israel.
Israeli media have reported that Israel is seeking to revise the language of the proposal.
www.examiner.com /a-614360~Israel_Official_Expects_Peace_to_Prevail.html?cid=rss-World   (934 words)

 Akko   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), at the end of 2003 the city had a total population of 45,600.
Theoretically it was in the territory of the tribe of Asher, and Josephus assigns it by name to the district of one of Solomon 's provincial governors.
Jezzar was succeeded on his death by his son Suleiman, under whose milder rule the town advanced in prosperity till 1831, when Ibrahim Pasha besieged and reduced the town and destroyed its buildings.
www.mywiseowl.com /articles/Akko   (1567 words)

 Analysis: Crisis lets Israel pursue goals - Mideast/N. Africa - MSNBC.com
Israel’s desire to exact a price for militant violence and militants’ insistence on a prisoner swap likely means that the captured soldiers — Gilad Shalit, 19, Ehud Goldwasser, 31, and Eldad Regev, 26 — won’t be coming home any time soon.
But Israel is reluctant to carry out the prolonged ground offensive that would likely be needed to drive them out, and its long history of ill-fated occupations of Arab lands makes a lengthy military campaign in either Gaza or Lebanon less likely.
Israel appears to be using the current crisis to strike a decisive blow against what Haaretz military correspondent Zeev Schiff called an “extreme foursome” — Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria and Iran.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/13847803   (987 words)

On April 1958 a request to open lions clubs in Israel was presented to the international lions center in Chicago.
Israel's then legendary first prime minister initiated the establishing of lions Israel.
Lions Israel has as its target to expand to 50 lions clubs and over 1800 lions members in the next five years.
www.angelfire.com /nd/lionsisrael/7History.html   (143 words)

 The Hebron District is located in the southernmost portion of the West Bank, 36 km south of Jerusalem City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The 1997 population census data estimated the total population of the Hebron District at 389,014; with 119,230 people, or 31% of the district, residing in Hebron City, 35% of the population living in other municipalities, 31% living in rural areas, and 3% of the population living in refugee camps.
Rainfall is greatest in the north, decreasing closer to the Negev and along the eastern boundaries of the district.
Finally, the Hebron District, and the major population center of Hebron City, must be an integral part of the effort to divide and disable the West Bank.
www.arij.org /paleye/hebron   (4400 words)

 Iran: A Threat to Israel and the World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
In 2005, much of the media reported his call for Israel (actually the "Zionist regime" since Iran refuses to use the word "Israel") to be "wiped off the face of the map" in a keynote address to the Iranian-government sponsored "World without Zionism" conference.
While even the "smallest" nuclear attack anywhere is an unimaginable horror, because of its size and population, it would be almost impossible for the country of Israel to survive a single nuclear attack.
The destruction of Israel is a stated goal of the government of Iran.
www.honestreporting.com /articles/45884734/critiques/Iran_A_Threat_to_Israel_and_the_World.asp   (1281 words)

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association for the soldier in israel (israel)
gaza district (israel, gaza strip occupied territories)
regional council of har hevron (israel, west bank occupied territories)
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 CNN.com - Settler's body believed found - Jun 29, 2006
The discovery was the latest in a series of events that began Sunday, when Palestinian militants kidnapped Israeli Cpl. Gilad Shalit and killed two other soldiers during a raid in Israeli territory near its border with Egypt and Gaza.
Israel warned residents of northern Gaza to leave their homes, and Israeli tanks could be seen firing into the area as dusk fell.
Shalit, 19, was kidnapped Sunday in a bold raid in which Palestinian militants emerged from a tunnel into southern Israel and attacked an army outpost.
www.cnn.com /2006/WORLD/meast/06/28/israel.soldier/index.html   (785 words)

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