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Middle East Peace Reports: January 2006 Archives

January 30, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 26

Reap The Whirlwind: Commenting on the Hamas victory in the Palestinian elections, Avi Temkin wrote, in part, ".To tell the truth, Hamas' majority says a lot not only about Palestinian society, but also about Israeli society,...

January 23, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 25

Fatah Holds Lead Going Into Elections: ...the list of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement (Fatah) is preferred by 39.6% of Palestinians, the list of Change and Reform (Hamas) 28.8%...

January 16, 2006 Vol. 7, Issue 23

Peace Now Petitions Pay Off: Last summer, the Israeli Peace Now movement filed a petition with the High Court of Justice seeking to force the government to carry out orders to demolish nine houses built illegally in the unauthorized settlement outpost of Amona.

January 9, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 22

Kadima Moves Forward Without Sharon: According to a Dialog/Ha'aretz/Channel 10 survey taken last Thursday, Israeli public support for Kadima has not weakened even without Ariel Sharon in charge.

January 3, 2006 - Vol. 7, Issue 21

Public Pragmatism Precedes Political Posturing: Most Israelis have a pragmatic attitude toward dealing with Palestinian terrorist groups, according to the results of a recent joint Israeli-Palestinian survey conducted by the Harry S Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) in Ramallah.