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Summary.     Click for More > Labor pulls out of Sharon government New Sharon party 'aims for peace'  PM aims to 'lay the foundations for a peace settlement' with the Palestinians via his new political party Kadima Party lays out principles   Peres to quit Labor, back Sharon  Israeli Channel 10: Former Israeli Prime Minister will resign from the Labor Party Sharon hospitalized after mild stroke  Israeli Prime Minister was expected to remain in the hospital briefly for observation. He had difficulty speaking Doctor: Sharon to make full recovery Likud picked Netanyahu as its new leader Sharon leaves hospital
Palestinian candidate ejected Israel orders crackdown Mid-East talks raise peace hopes Cabinet OKs settlement withdrawals Knesset rejects Gaza referendum Laura Bush heckled Court backs pullout plan   Gloom at end of Sharon-Abbas summit  Israeli Prime Minister and Palestinian leader appear to have made little significant progress Netanyahu to challenge Sharon leadership Sharon fends off leadership poll Israel suspends Palestinian talks Peres ousted as Labor Party chief Israelis, Palestinians reach deal on Gaza Sharon agrees to early Israel vote Sharon to quit Likud party
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  Prime Minister is set to quit his ruling party and run separately in next year's elections
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Palestinian candidate ejected   The chief candidate Mustafa Barghouti has been barred from East Jerusalem after his arrest by Israeli police Israel orders crackdown  Sharon said that Israel will conduct anti-terrorist operations without restrictions, while PLO calls for end to violence Sharon 'lifts talks freeze' Mid-East talks raise peace hopes  Top Israeli adviser Weisglass held talks with Palestinian Negotiations Minister Erekat Sharon: Conditions ripe for 'breakthrough' Rice issues peace plea to Israel Israel, Palestinians to announce cease-fire Israel to allow deportees' return Cabinet OKs settlement withdrawals  Israel's Cabinet gave final approval to the planned withdrawal from Gaza and 4 West Bank settlements Israel vows to dismantle outposts Knesset rejects Gaza referendum  Parliament has rejected a bill to delay the planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank Israel 'to stop extremist rally' Putin defends aid to Syria, Iran   Laura Bush heckled  US First Lady has been heckled by both Jewish and Muslim protesters during a visit to Jerusalem's holy sites Court backs pullout plan  Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Jewish settlers and upheld the government's plan to withdraw from Gaza Rice: Gaza houses 'will be demolished' Sharon and Abbas met for talks   Gloom at end of Sharon-Abbas summit


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.7  
Jan.10  Parliament backs Sharon's new coalition
Jan.14  Sharon suspends contacts with Abbas
Jan.16  
Jan.25
Jan.26  
Jan.27
Jan.29  Palestinians: Sharon, Abbas may meet
Jan.30  Israelis rally against Gaza plan


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  Prisoner releases approved
 Sources: Israel to end targeted killings
Feb.6
Feb.7
Feb.13  Israel OKs list of prisoners for release
Feb.17
Feb.20  
Feb.27  Sharon urges militant clampdown


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.13  UN chief discussed with PM Sharon
Mar.15  Leaders dedicate Holocaust museum
Mar.26  Sharon wins opponent's support
Mar.28  


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4  Sharon pledges settlement growth
Apr.9
Apr.28


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
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June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Israel releasing 400 Palestinian prisoners
Jun.9  
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Jun.21
 
  Israeli Prime Minister and Palestinian leader appear to have made little significant progress


July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.21  Rice seeks Mideast truce rescue

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.7 Netanyahu resigns Cabinet post Aug.28  PM's son indicted on corruption charges Aug.30     Netanyahu to challenge Sharon leadership  The former finance minister will challenge Prime Minister for the Likud party leadership

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.10 Israel to vote on Gaza synagogues
Sep.15 Court urges barrier review Sep.24 Israel clears way for Gaza raids Sep.25 Sharon orders 'no let up' on Gaza Sep.26     Sharon fends off leadership poll  Israeli Prime Minister has narrowly defeated a move to challenge of the Likud by holding an early election

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.6 Court bans 'human shields'
Oct.10 Game theory economists win Nobel Oct.17   Israel suspends Palestinian talks  Israel suspended security coordination with the Palestinians, following the killings of 3 Israeli settlers by Palestinians Oct.27 Israel: No place in U.N. for Iran

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1 Israel approves EU inspectors
Nov.4 Israel marks 10 years since Rabin killed Nov.9     Peres ousted as Labor Party chief  A fiery union leader Amir Peretz won a stunning victory over Shimon Peres in the leadership contest Nov.13 Rice pushes for Middle East peace Nov.15   Israelis, Palestinians reach deal on Gaza  Israel and the Palestinian Authority agreed on a detailed arrangement for opening the borders of Gaza Nov.17     Sharon agrees to early Israel vote  Prime Minister and Amir Peretz have agreed to hold elections between the end of February and the end of March Nov.20     Sharon to quit Likud party
  Prime Minister is set to quit his ruling party and run separately in next year's elections
    Labor pulls out of Sharon government  Labor Party voted to withdraw from ruling coalition to force the dissolution of Israel's parliament Nov.21   New Sharon party 'aims for peace'
  PM aims to 'lay the foundations for a peace settlement' with the Palestinians via his new political party
Nov.22 Sharon to knock dust off 'road map' Nov.24 Sharon names new party 'Forward' Nov.28   Kadima Party lays out principles  The new party will support the creation of a peaceful Palestinian state, giving up some land to ensure Jewish majority Nov.29     Peres to quit Labor, back Sharon
  Israeli Channel 10: Former Israeli Prime Minister will resign from the Labor Party


December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.18   Sharon hospitalized after mild stroke
  Israeli Prime Minister was expected to remain in the hospital briefly for observation. He had difficulty speaking
Dec.19   Doctor: Sharon to make full recovery  Israeli Prime Minister was expected to be released from the hospital and fully recover after a mild weekend stroke     Likud picked Netanyahu as its new leader
  Likud Party picked the former Prime Minister, setting the stage for him to run against Sharon in March Dec.20   Sharon leaves hospital  A grinning 77-year-old Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon walked out of a hospital Dec.21 Palestinian elections threatened Dec.25 Israel reconsiders Jerusalem vote Sharon orders Gaza security zone Dec.26 Sharon to undergo heart procedure