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May 08, 2005

MACCABI TEL-AVIV WON THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

MOSCOW - Maccabi Tel Aviv won the Final Four and claimed its second Euroleague victory in a row, the fifth in the history of the basketball team. Over 6,000 Israeli fans were cheering Maccabi at the game in Moscow and after Maccabi won thousands of fans in Israel filled Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, dancing and celebrating all night.

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May 06, 2005

GAZA - PALESTINIAN ANTI-TANK ROCKET AT BUS OF ISRAELI PUPILS!

Palestinian terrorists in the Gaza Strip have fired an anti-tank missile at a bus of Israeli school children. Israeli officials have issued a stern warning to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to act before it is too late.A public opinion poll indicates the Israeli public is less enthusiastic about Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's leadership and his plan to withdraw from the Gaza Strip and 4 West Bank settlements now planned around mid-August. On the other hand, the poll by the Israeli daily Maariv, shows that Israelis are more upbeat about their personal security. David Essing reports on these issues and what Sharon says quietly about Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, the Sharansky resignation and Israel's security border with Egypt.

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May 02, 2005

DISENGAGEMENT CONNEXIONS

Within a 24-hour period, there has been a flurry of developments swirling around Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's withdrawal plan. On the West Bank, another bloody clash with Palestinian terrorists, while another cabinet resignation shakes the Sharon government. Inside the national unity cabinet, the gap between Likud and Labor remains as wide as ever over the future of the West Bank. Against his being ousted shortly before this summer's evacuation, IDF Chief of Staff Moshe Yaalon has blasted Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz. And on the positive side, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan wraps up a friendly visit in both Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

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April 10, 2005

BALANCE SHEET FOR CRAWFORD

The current 'cease-fire' is now facing its gravest crisis. The current flare-up follows several Palestinian violations this past week that culminated in 3 Palestinian youths being shot dead while trying to infiltrate. In Jerusalem, Israeli police have arrested 16 far right Jewish worshipers who tried to ascend the Temple Mount to pray at the site of the First and Second Biblical Temples. Hundreds of years after the destruction of the Second Temple, Muslims built the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock on the site and refuse to allow Jews to worship on the Temple Mount.

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March 24, 2005

ISRAELI ARAB TERROR

A twenty-six year old Israeli Arab citizen from Baka al Garbiyah has been indicted in a Tel Aviv Court for helping to plan and carry out the suicide bombing of the Tel Aviv nightclub last month. The bomb blast murdered five Israelis and wounded fifty others who were queing up to enter the Stage nightclub along the city's popular Mediterranean promenade.

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March 18, 2005

TERROR EXPOSE!

This week, General Aharon Zeevi Farkash, the chief of IDF Intelligence, declared that Israel is paying a very heavy price in trying to advance the current peace process with the Palestinians. The Intelligence commander did not elaborate? Dr Michael Widlanski, a Middle East analyst at the Rothberg School at Hebrew University, has apparently discovered what the intelligence chief meant. Widlanski tells IsraCast that Israeli security forces were aware of the dangerous terrorist cell in Tul Kerem that carried out the night-club bombing in Tel Aviv, but decided not to smash the ring for fear of upsetting the current lull with the Palestinians.

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March 15, 2005

MIDDLE EAST TSUNAMI

Palestinian terror attacks have dropped, but the Jewish terror threats have soared over the controversial disengagement issue. That was the message from the country's top security officials Shabak security chief Avi Dichter, IDF Chief of Staff designate Dan Halutz, and police commissioner Moshe Karadie in a briefing to cabinet ministers. In the bigger picture, analyst David Essing is of the view that the disengagement question may now have been internationalized as part of US president George W. Bush's new multilateral approach to coping with Middle East flashpoints.

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March 03, 2005

LEBANON AFTER THE MURDER OF HARIRI

Professor Eyal Zisser of Tel Aviv University, is a leading Israeli expert on Syria. This is professor Zisser's latest update on the situation in Lebanon after the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri:

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February 26, 2005

GISSIN ASSESSES IMPACT OF PALESTINIAN BOMBING AT TEL AVIV NIGHT CLUB

The Palestinian suicide bomber, who murdered and maimed scores of Israelis outside a Tel Aviv nightclub Friday night, is threatening the peace process renewed at the recent Sharm el Sheikh summit. Three Israeli men and one woman were murdered, three arrived DOA at hospital. Some fifty others were injured, some seriously. Again, the explosives were packed with steel nuts and bolts to increase the deadly effect. Dr Raanan Gissin, Prime Minister Sharon's media advisor, assesses the situation in this interview with David Essing:

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February 25, 2005

SYRIA - THE ASSAD ENIGMA

Just how sincere are the latest declarations by Syrian officials to withdraw their troops in Lebanon to the Be’ka Valley? Why has Syria, after collaborating with guerilla attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq, now further defied America by forming an alliance with Iran and in effect joining the ‘Axis of Evil’ of President George W. Bush? After supplying nuclear aid to Iran, Russia is now selling sophisticated weapons to Syria - is this simply to make a fast ruble or does President Vladamir Putin have something else in mind?

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February 14, 2005

JEWISH TERROR?

A major confrontation between Prime Minister Sharon and his withdrawal opponents erupted in the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. Sharon said it was clear who was behind the recent wave of incitement by opponents to his withdrawal plan. MK Effi Eitam of the National Religious Party retorted that Sharon was manipulating the incitement for his own political purposes.

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February 10, 2005

ALTALENA - AND THE PALESTINIAN SHIP OF STATE

In the Gaza Strip, Hamas terrorists have fired dozens of mortars, Qassam rockets and anti-tank missiles at Israeli settlements. There have been no Israeli casualties but one building was hit and the electricity grid was damaged. Hamas says it was reacting to the death of a Palestinian by IDF gunfire. The IDF says troops opened fire when they spotted a group of four Palestinians trying to infiltrate the settlement of Atzmona.

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January 21, 2005

THIS WEEK - January 21

David Essing reportson some of the main news developments over the past seven days

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January 06, 2005

Talia Adar

Talia Adar serves as a consultant for IsraCast and oversees the International Relations department.

Talia immigrated to Israel from the U.S. and currently resides in Jerusalem.

Since 1993, Talia has been with the Israeli Police Reserves, working in both the patrol and undercover units. She is currently the Operations Officer for the Civil Guard, Zion Station, Jerusalem Region in a Reservist capacity.

Talia has worked in television, film, and radio production in Los Angeles, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem; and worked at the Jerusalem Post in various capacities for a number of years. She is currently the Director of Operations for Protect - Israeli Security Solutions, and is also involved with the International Intelligence Summit, a not-for-profit organization that brings together intelligence agencies of the free world and the emerging democracies to share ideas in the common war against terror.

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January 05, 2005

Ami Arad

Ami Arad is chief engineer at Avi Yaffe Jerusalem Recording Studios, and sound supervisor at IsraCast. With more than ten years of experience in music recording, post-production and teaching, Ami helps bring IsraCasts high-quality audio broadcasts on the air. Ami is a graduate with honors of both Yoav Gera Sound School Tel-Aviv, and Trebas Institute-Vancouver, Canada, and has a B.A. degree in Musicology from The Hebrew University, Jerusalem,

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January 04, 2005

Yael Yaffe

A native of Jerusalem, Yael is an accomplished graphic designer who studied at the Avni Institute-College for Art and Design in Tel Aviv. She also has taken courses in web design at "Mentor" in Tel Aviv. Yael has worked closely with IsraCast since its inception, creating dynamic graphics and compelling presentations. At Avi Yaffe Jerusalem Recording Studios, where she has worked since 1994, Yael serves as Director of Marketing and Graphic Design. She is responsible for the production and design of the Studio's colorful website, www.aviyaffe.com.

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December 03, 2004

IRAN'S POINT OF NUCLEAR NO-RETURN

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon warns that Iran is now stock-piling raw material to enrich uranium for its nuclear weapons program. Sharon issues the warning at a news conference with Israeli editors and reporters in Tel Aviv. The annual gathering commemorates the Nov. 29th U.N. Partition vote, which lead to the establishment of the modern day state of Israel.

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November 13, 2004

CLINTON & ARAFAT'S COLOSSAL BLUNDER

An estimated 200,000 Israelis gathered in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square at the site where the former Prime Minister was assassinated on November 4th 1995. Among those attending was former U.S. President Bill Clinton and his wife, U. S. Senator Hillary Clinton and their daughter Chelsea. The U.S. President and the Israeli Prime Minister had become very close friends and Clinton, with tears in his eyes at times, spoke movingly about Rabin and the ultimate price he paid in his heroic quest for peace with the Palestinians.

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November 12, 2004

YASSER ARAFAT & MAHMOUD ABBAS (ABU-MAZEN)

Where Has Yasser Arafat Taken The Palestinians And Where Will Abu-Mazen Lead them Now? Dr. Dan Schueftan, Middle East expert at Haifa University, analyzes the newly evolving situation.

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November 01, 2004

REACTIONS - TEL AVIV BOMBING

Israeli officials say they are not surprised by the latest suicide bombing in Tel Aviv despite the fact that Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat has been hospitalized in Paris. Three Israelis, two women and a man were murdered when a Palestinian suicide bomber blew up his explosives in the crowded open air Carmel market of Tel Aviv. More than 30 others were injured, some of them seriously. Prime Minister Ariel Sharon made clear that he holds Palestinian leaders responsible. At a briefing to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, a senior IDF Intelligence officer spoke of the terrorism continuing despite Arafat’s absence. Although Israel has a lot of details, it is not enough for a diagnosis of the Palestinian leader’s condition.

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