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Bibi: Still Committed To Oslo

09/18/1998
Israel Correspondent

Jerusalem — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that Israel has no choice but to adhere to the Oslo peace accord, despite the fact that he considers it a “flawed deal.” Speaking to a group of journalists representing Jewish newspapers, Netanyahu said that Israel is committed to carrying out a second redeployment under the treaty’s interim stage. To do otherwise, he said, could jeopardize the country’s international treaties with other nations.

Soaked!

07/10/2009
Staff Writer
Open fighting broke out in Tel Aviv last week. No casualties were reported, but hundreds of people got wet. At the fifth annual Water Fight (waterwar5.info), some 500 young Israelis and tourists squirted each other in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square, the city’s central gathering spot, near the municipality building. This year’s slogan was “Fighting over every drop,” the theme was water conservation and the general purpose was fun. Water conservation in a water fight?

Soaked!

07/08/2009
Staff Writer
Open fighting broke out in Tel Aviv last week. No casualties were reported, but hundreds of people got wet. At the fifth annual Water Fight (waterwar5.info), some 500 young Israelis and tourists squirted each other in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square, the city’s central gathering spot, near the municipality building. This year’s slogan was “Fighting over every drop,” the theme was water conservation and the general purpose was fun. Water conservation in a water fight?
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