Former prime minister and head of the Labor Party Shimon Peres attends a parliamentary session at the Knesset in Jerusalem 05 May 2004. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was struggling to defuse the political crisis prompted by Likud's rejection of his controversial 'disengagement' plan, which received the untimely support of the 'quartet' of Middle East peace sponsors. Sharon was testing the waters with a scaled down proposal for dismantling three isolated settlements in the Gaza Strip, instead of all 21, and two in the West Bank instead of four.
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Dromi: Guess who's coming to visit Israel? Barack Obama
on Yesh Atid (There is a Future), a new, centrist party led by ex-journalist Yair Lapid, and augments it with Zipi Livni's party, which is for a resumption of peace talks with the Palestinians, then he will send a message to Washington that he is ready to Read more »
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