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Middle East Peace Reports: November 2005 Archives

November 28, 2005 - Vol. 7, Issue 28

Friday's Dahaf/Yedioth Ahronoth polls, taken last Tuesday and Wednesday, found that, if elections were held today for the 120-seat Knesset, Kadima would get 34 seats, Labor 26, Likud 13, Shas 10, Arab parties 9, Shinui 6, Yisrael Beiteinu 5, National Union 5, United Torah Judaism (UTJ) 5, Meretz-Yahad 5, and the National Religious Party (NRP) 3.

November 21, 2005 - Vol. 7, Issue 17

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon did this morning what many political observers had expected him to do for some time-he kissed his Likud party goodbye and blew up the Israeli political establishment with the creation of a new centrist party called National Responsibility.

November 14, 2005 - Vol. 7, Issue 16

You Say You Want A Revolution: Analyzing the impact of Amir Peretz's election as head of the Labor Party, Maya Bengal wrote, "A new burst of life swept the Labor Party headquarters last night."

November 7, 2005 - Vol. 7, Issue 15

U.S. Bingo King Bankrolls New East Jerusalem Settlement: American Jewish millionaire Dr. Irving Moskowitz is behind a plan to establish a new settlement within the Sheikh Jarrah quarter of East Jerusalem.