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Summary.     Click for More >   7 dead in Hebrew University blast  An explosion went off in a cafeteria. Hamas was claiming responsibility for the explosion in retaliation for attack in Gaza Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians Israeli court backs Palestinian expulsions Sharon's government collapses Sharon remains in power despite crisis Sharon taps new defense minister Netanyahu to become foreign minister Sharon rejects Netanyahu's terms Sharon survives no-confidence votes Sharon discusses early election Israel calls early elections  Sharon has called early elections to be held within 90 days after attempts to put together a new coalition government failed Mitzna selected as Labor Party leader Bus blast kills 11  A suicide bomber has killed at least 11 people plus himself and injured more than 40 Sharon wins Likud Leadership Vote Minister fired in vote-buying scandal
Israel sceptical about arrest Gunman injured 17 people Sharon regrets sparing Arafat Explosion rocks café. 9 killed   Arafat extradition considered  Sharon did not rule out the possibility of exiling Arafat. He would not be allowed to return Suicide blast kills 6 Sharon sacks four ministers   Bomb kills 19 on bus
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  An apparent suicide bomber set off a blast outside Jerusalem during morning rush hour, killing 19 and wounding 50 others
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Israel sceptical about arrest  Israel wants proof that Palestinian police have arrested Ahmed Saadat, the leader of the PFLP Gunman injured 17 people  A gunman has opened fire on people at a bus stop for about 10 minutes before being shot dead 2 die in suicide blast   Sharon regrets sparing Arafat  Prime Minister regrets not having killed Palestinian leader in Lebanon 20 years ago 7 killed in blast Sharon ready to talk under fire Explosion rocks café. 9 killed  30 injured in an explosion in a busy cafe a few hundred metres from the offices of Prime Minister Sharon 2 terror attack Explosion hits central Jerusalem Israel shuns revenge for blast Tanks roll after war declaration   Arafat extradition considered


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.13  Arafat aide proposes demilitarised state
Jan.15  
Jan.22  
Jan.27
Jan.29  Plans to tighten security
Jan.31  


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  Sharon meets top Palestinians
Feb.19  High court halts Gaza demolition
Feb.23  Israel rethinks Arafat blockade
Feb.25  Palestinian injured 10 people


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2
Mar.8
Mar.9  
Mar.17
Mar.21
Mar.31


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  
  Sharon did not rule out the possibility of exiling Arafat. He would not be allowed to return
Apr.8 Sharon unmoved by US pressure Apr.12     Suicide blast kills 6  A female suicide bomber has blown herself up near a crowded market at a bus stop Apr.14 Sharon proposes peace conference Apr.27  Israel mulls UN's Jenin mission

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.12 Sharon loses Likud vote
May.20     Sharon sacks four ministers  Prime Minister has dismissed members of an ultra-Orthodox Shas party - from his cabinet

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.17     Bomb kills 19 on bus
  An apparent suicide bomber set off a blast outside Jerusalem during morning rush hour, killing 19 and wounding 50 others
Jun.19 Terror attack kills 6 at bus stop

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.14  Israel releases another baby photo Jul.19  Expulsion plan in doubt Jul.30 7 wounded in suicide attack
Jul.31     7 dead in Hebrew University blast
  An explosion went off in a cafeteria. Hamas was claiming responsibility for the explosion in retaliation for attack in Gaza


August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 Police: Cell phone triggered bomb Aug.4 3 dead after shootout with police Aug.6  Senior Israeli, Palestinian officials talks Aug.12  9 indicted in reception hall collapse  Last-ditch appeal for exiled Palestinians Aug.15  Peres warns of Iraqi threat Aug.18   Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians
  Israel offered to withdraw from Bethlehem and areas in Gaza if Palestinian security forces can rein in militants in those areas Aug.21 Suspects in university bombing arrested Aug.29 Israel regret at civilian deaths

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2  Inquiry into Palestinian deaths   Israeli court backs Palestinian expulsions
  Supreme Court has approved the expulsion of relatives of a Palestinian militant from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip Sep.4  Sharon: 'Possibility for breakthrough' Sep.6  Israeli inquiry finds soldiers not at fault Sep.9 Montreal police clash with protesters


October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.8 Sharon defies Gaza attack critics
Oct.27 Sharon faces possible budget showdown Oct.29 Sharon asked to set new elections Oct.30     Sharon's government collapses  Prime Minister rejected a deal that would have kept the Labor Party in the national unity coalition     Sharon remains in power despite crisis  Despite Labor's revolt, Prime Minister secured parliament's initial approval of the 2003 budget by 67 votes to 45 Oct.31     Sharon taps new defense minister  Former Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Shaul Mofaz has accepted an offer

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3     Netanyahu to become foreign minister  Former Prime Minister agreed to accept an offer from Sharon, on the condition that PM calls for early elections Nov.4     Sharon rejects Netanyahu's terms  Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, his government in disarray and his parliamentary majority gone   Sharon survives no-confidence votes  Prime Ministe has narrowly survived 3 no-confidence motions which threatened to bring down his fragile government   Sharon discusses early election  Prime Minister has met President Moshe Katsav to discuss the possibility of holding early elections Nov.5   Israel calls early elections
  Sharon has called early elections to be held within 90 days after attempts to put together a new coalition government failed
Nov.12 Netanyahu vows to expel Arafat Nov.19   Mitzna selected as Labor Party leader  Party members chose a relative newcomer to national politics to lead them, a dovish former Israeli general Nov.21     Bus blast kills 11
  A suicide bomber has killed at least 11 people plus himself and injured more than 40
Nov.28   Sharon wins Likud Leadership Vote
  Prime Minister defeated Foreign Minister Netanyahu for control of the Likud party in a primary election

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4 Sharon backs plan for Palestinian state Dec.9 Netanyahu wins key consolation prize Sharon adviser against Arafat trip Dec.10 Labor picks dovish Knesset slate Dec.17 Sharon in contact with Palestinians Dec.25 Sharon: Iraq sent weapons to Syria Dec.31   Minister fired in vote-buying scandal  Sharon fired his deputy infrastructure minister Naomi Blumenthal to quiet a scandal that has rocked his Likud party


Sharon ready to talk under fire Israel shuns revenge for blast Tanks roll after war declaration Sharon unmoved by US pressure Sharon proposes peace conference Israel offers pullout deal to Palestinians  Israel offered to withdraw from Bethlehem and areas in Gaza if Palestinian security forces can rein in militants in those areas Israel regret at civilian deaths   Sharon taps new defense minister  Former Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Shaul Mofaz has accepted an offer Sharon: Iraq sent weapons to Syria Sharon faces possible budget showdown Israel sceptical about arrest  Israel wants proof that Palestinian police have arrested Ahmed Saadat, the leader of the PFLP Gunman injured 17 people  A gunman has opened fire on people at a bus stop for about 10 minutes before being shot dead 2 die in suicide blast   Sharon regrets sparing Arafat  Prime Minister regrets not having killed Palestinian leader in Lebanon 20 years ago 7 killed in blast Explosion rocks café. 9 killed  30 injured in an explosion in a busy cafe a few hundred metres from the offices of Prime Minister Sharon 2 terror attack Explosion hits central Jerusalem   Suicide blast kills 6  A female suicide bomber has blown herself up near a crowded market at a bus stop   Bomb kills 19 on bus




Jerusalem, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2002
Feb.23  Israel rethinks Arafat blockade
Mar.8
Mar.21
Mar.31
Apr.8
Apr.14
Aug.18
Aug.29
Sep.2  Inquiry into Palestinian deaths
Sep.6  Israeli inquiry finds soldiers not at fault
Oct.31
Dec.25




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Jerusalem, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
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Jan.15
Jan.22
Jan.27
Jan.31
Feb.19  High court halts Gaza demolition
Feb.25  Palestinian injured 10 people
Mar.2
Mar.9
Mar.17
Mar.21
Apr.12
Jun.17
  An apparent suicide bomber set off a blast outside Jerusalem during morning rush hour, killing 19 and wounding 50 others
Jun.19 Terror attack kills 6 at bus stop
Jul.14  Israel releases another baby photo Jul.19  Expulsion plan in doubt Jul.30 7 wounded in suicide attack Jul.31   7 dead in Hebrew University blast
  An explosion went off in a cafeteria. Hamas was claiming responsibility for the explosion in retaliation for attack in Gaza
Aug.1 Police: Cell phone triggered bomb Aug.4 3 dead after shootout with police Aug.12  9 indicted in reception hall collapse Aug.12  Last-ditch appeal for exiled Palestinians Aug.21 Suspects in university bombing arrested Sep.2  Inquiry into Palestinian deaths Sep.2 Israeli court backs Palestinian expulsions
  Supreme Court has approved the expulsion of relatives of a Palestinian militant from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip Sep.6  Israeli inquiry finds soldiers not at fault Nov.21   Bus blast kills 11
  A suicide bomber has killed at least 11 people plus himself and injured more than 40




Jerusalem, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.13  Arafat aide proposes demilitarised state Jan.29  Plans to tighten security Feb.1  Sharon meets top Palestinians Apr.2   Arafat extradition considered
  Sharon did not rule out the possibility of exiling Arafat. He would not be allowed to return
Apr.27  Israel mulls UN's Jenin mission May.12 Sharon loses Likud vote May.20   Sharon sacks four ministers  Prime Minister has dismissed members of an ultra-Orthodox Shas party - from his cabinet Aug.6  Senior Israeli, Palestinian officials talks Aug.15  Peres warns of Iraqi threat Sep.4  Sharon: 'Possibility for breakthrough' Sep.9 Montreal police clash with protesters Oct.8 Sharon defies Gaza attack critics Oct.27 Sharon faces possible budget showdown Oct.29 Sharon asked to set new elections Oct.30   Sharon's government collapses  Prime Minister rejected a deal that would have kept the Labor Party in the national unity coalition Oct.30   Sharon remains in power despite crisis  Despite Labor's revolt, Prime Minister secured parliament's initial approval of the 2003 budget by 67 votes to 45 Oct.31   Sharon taps new defense minister  Former Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Shaul Mofaz has accepted an offer Nov.3   Netanyahu to become foreign minister  Former Prime Minister agreed to accept an offer from Sharon, on the condition that PM calls for early elections Nov.4   Sharon rejects Netanyahu's terms  Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, his government in disarray and his parliamentary majority gone Nov.4 Sharon survives no-confidence votes  Prime Ministe has narrowly survived 3 no-confidence motions which threatened to bring down his fragile government Nov.4 Sharon discusses early election  Prime Minister has met President Moshe Katsav to discuss the possibility of holding early elections Nov.5 Israel calls early elections
  Sharon has called early elections to be held within 90 days after attempts to put together a new coalition government failed
Nov.12 Netanyahu vows to expel Arafat Nov.19 Mitzna selected as Labor Party leader  Party members chose a relative newcomer to national politics to lead them, a dovish former Israeli general Nov.28 Sharon wins Likud Leadership Vote  Prime Minister defeated Foreign Minister Netanyahu for control of the Likud party in a primary election Dec.4 Sharon backs plan for Palestinian state Dec.9 Netanyahu wins key consolation prize Dec.9 Sharon adviser against Arafat trip Dec.10 Labor picks dovish Knesset slate Dec.17 Sharon in contact with Palestinians Dec.31 Minister fired in vote-buying scandal  Sharon fired his deputy infrastructure minister Naomi Blumenthal to quiet a scandal that has rocked his Likud party