ARABS-ISRAEL - Feb. 6 - Sharon Wins; PA Anxious.As Sharon defeats Barak in a landslide electoral victory and becomes Israel's 5th PM in less than 9 years, an article in Haaretz by former defence minister from Sharon's Likud party, Moshe Arens Professor Moshe Arens (Hebrew: משה ארנס, born 27 December 1925 in Kaunas, Lithuania) is an Israeli politician. , says: "It is clear that a tidal wave tidal wave, term properly applied to the crest of a tide as it moves around the earth. The wavelike upstream rush of water caused by the incoming tide in some locations is known as a tidal bore. is sweeping over Israel, sweeping away the 'peace now' conception. Now, after all
these years (since the 1993 Oslo peace process), a wide consensus is being forged. Arafat's rejection of Barak's egregious e·gre·gious
Conspicuously bad or offensive. See Synonyms at flagrant.
[From Latin concessions is convincing proof that this is not the path to peace and security for Israel". PA Planning and International Co-operation Minister Nabil Shaath Nabil Shaath (Arabic: نبيل شعث) (also spelled Sha'ath, born 1938), a senior Palestinian official, has held the following titles:
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IHT Intermittent Hypoxic Training quotes a voter as saying: "We're in a war, and like in any war you just have to do certain things, not just say 'We want peace'", as Barak did. She said she abandoned Barak. (Even before the voting sites had closed, Sharon's right-wing allies said his ascent signalled a repudiation of the peace process, an effort that Sharon has always opposed). In the West Bank, thousands of Palestinians protested Israel's 34-year-old occupation, and numerous shooting and stone-throwing attacks on Israeli army positions were reported. Israeli troops responded with tear gas tear gas, gas that causes temporary blindness through the excessive flow of tears resulting from irritation of the eyes. The gas is used in chemical warfare and as a means for dispersing mobs. and rubber-coated bullets; about 65 Palestinians were reported to have been wounded.