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Summary.     Click for More > Israel vows tough rocket response Rivals claim election win Netanyahu picked to form government  President Shimon Peres: Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the conservative Likud Party, has been chosen to form Israel's next government Ex-president Katsav blasts legal 'lynching' Netanyahu 'will be peace partner' Netanyahu sworn in as Israeli PM Foreign minister rejects Annapolis deal Pope visits holy sites PM calls for demilitarized Palestinian state   Netanyahu said that Israel would agree to a peace agreement with Palestinians under which there would be a 'demilitarized Palestinian state' Israel, U.S. discuss Iran nuclear threat Palestinians evicted   Olmert charged in corruption probe  Former Israeli Prime Minister has been indicted on a variety of corruption charges in a probe that dogged his last months in office Israel approved homes in W. Bank Israeli PM heads to Egypt for talks Police guard holy site after riots Peres rejects U.N. Gaza report Clinton urges new Mid-East talks Israel approves plan to build 900 houses   Israel approved a construction plan for hundreds of houses in Gilo, a disputed neighborhood on Jerusalem's southern outskirts Temporary settlement freeze announced
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  Israel has declared a unilateral cease-fire in the fighting in Gaza beginning at 2 a.m. Sunday. Olmert: Hamas has been dealt a very serious blow.    Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said troops would remain in Gaza for now. Nearly 1,200 Palestini...
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Israel vows no let-up over Gaza   Israel accepts truce 'principles'   Israel has agreed 'on the principles' of a ceasefire, raising hopes of an end to its conflict with Palestinian militants in Gaza   Israelis edging closer to cease-fire   Security cabinet could vote on the plan that may end the fighting in Gaza, as movement toward a cease-fire seemed to pick up steam   Israel to announce unilateral cease-fire   Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is expected to announce a unilateral cease-fire. Israel will retain the right to respond to any rocket fire   Israel declares unilateral cease-fire


January 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5
Jan.6  Blair:Cease-fire must halt smuggling
Jan.7  
 Israel mulls expelling Venezuelan diplomat
Jan.16  
Jan.17  
 
  Israel has declared a unilateral cease-fire in the fighting in Gaza beginning at 2 a.m. Sunday. Olmert: Hamas has been dealt a very serious blow
 Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said troops would remain in Gaza for now. Nearly 1,200 Palestinians have been killed since December 27. 13 Israelis have died. US has welcomed the ceasefire
Jan.18 Israel 'wants rapid Gaza pullout' Jan.25 Israel prepares legal defense of soldiers Jan.28  Mitchell arrives for talks with Israelis Jan.30  Israeli official blasts Spanish court's probe

February 2009 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1   Israel vows tough rocket response  Israeli PM promised a 'sharp Israeli response' if rocket attacks from Gaza continue. Palestinian militants fired 4 rockets into southern Isr... Feb.10     Rivals claim election win
  Benjamin Netanyahu and Tzipi Livni have claimed victory in a snap general election; results are still unclear Feb.14  Israel puts terms on Gaza truce Feb.15  Israel denies reports of Hamas talks Feb.18  Captive deal 'key to Gaza truce' Feb.19 Netanyahu edges towards coalition deal
Feb.20     Netanyahu picked to form government
  President Shimon Peres: Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the conservative Likud Party, has been chosen to form Israel's next government.    Netanyahu said Israel faced the global economic crisis and what he said was Iran's wish to obtain nucle...
Feb.23  Netanyahu woos political adversaries Feb.27  Netanyahu fails to strike deal with Kadima

March 2009 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  Olmert: Gaza faces 'painful' response Mar.3  Hamas must recognize Israel, U.S. says Mar.5  Man shot in backhoe attack on police Mar.8 Ex-President head faces rape charge  Shalit's parents camp outside PM home Mar.11 Farmers find monastery beneath soil Mar.12     Ex-president Katsav blasts legal 'lynching'  Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav accused the country's authorities of 'lynching' him, 4 days after the Aatt. Gen. said Katsav would be ... Mar.19 Israeli military to probe Gaza allegations Mar.20 Netanyahu gets more time Mar.25     Netanyahu 'will be peace partner'  Israel's next prime minister has said his incoming government will be a 'partner for peace' with the Palestinians Mar.31     Netanyahu sworn in as Israeli PM
  The parliament has sworn in Benjamin Netanyahu and approved the new right-leaning coalition cabinet by 69 votes to 45

April 2009 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1   Foreign minister rejects Annapolis deal  Avigdor Lieberman , new ultra-nationalist foreign minister, has said it is not bound by a 2007 agreement to reach a peace deal with the Pale... Apr.12 Abbas, Netanyahu in phone conversation


May 2009 ... more > Top ^
May.12     Pope visits holy sites  Benedict XVI has been visiting sites holy to Muslims, Jews and Christians on the second day of his visit to the Holy Land May.16 PM 'may back two states'
May.19 Israel: 'No need to finish' barrier Netanyahu presses U.S. over Iran threat May.31 Former Israeli president Katzir dies

June 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jun.14     PM calls for demilitarized Palestinian state
  Netanyahu said that Israel would agree to a peace agreement with Palestinians under which there would be a 'demilitarized Palestinian state'
 Israeli Prime Minister said a Palestinian state must have no army, no control of its air space, no way of smuggling in weapons, and must recognise Israel as a Jewish nation


July 2009 ... more > Top ^
Jul.11 Israel in 'Sabbath car park' row Jul.17 Court acts over Ultra-Orthodox riots Jul.27     Israel, U.S. discuss Iran nuclear threat  Defense Secretary Gates: Obama's offer to engage with Iran is not open-ended, and he is anticipating or hoping for a response within 2 month...

August 2009 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2   Palestinians evicted
Map of East Jerusalem Israel  Israeli police have evicted nine Palestinian families living in two houses in East Jerusalem Aug.3 Israel defends Jerusalem evictions Aug.23 Israel hits back over organ article Aug.30     Olmert charged in corruption probe
  Former Israeli Prime Minister has been indicted on a variety of corruption charges in a probe that dogged his last months in office


September 2009 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4 Israel may expand West Bank settlements
Sep.7   Israel approved homes in W. Bank  Despite US pressure to halt settlement building, Israel has officially approved the construction of 450 new homes in the occupied West Bank Sep.13   Israeli PM heads to Egypt for talks  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will fly to Egypt to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process with President Hosni Mubarak Sep.14 No settlement freeze - Netanyahu Sep.21 Israel on Iran: All options still on table Sep.26 Israel calls for action on Iran Sep.27 Clashes follow Jewish group's visit

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Oct.2 Israel airs videotape of kidnapped soldier
Oct.5   Police guard holy site after riots Map of Temple Mount Israel  Police were out in force at Temple Mount, one day after 150 Palestinians rioted there and 10 Palestinian youths arrested Oct.15 Israel to protest TV show to Turkish envoy Oct.20   Peres rejects U.N. Gaza report  Shimon Peres rejected a United Nations report on his country's incursion into Gaza as one-sided and unfair Oct.30 Israel endorses Iran nuclear plan Oct.31     Clinton urges new Mid-East talks
  US Secretary of State has urged the Israelis and Palestinians to restart talks 'as soon as possible'

November 2009 ... more > Top ^
Nov.12 Israeli indicted on murder charges
Nov.14 'Sabbath' protest targets Intel Nov.17   Israel approves plan to build 900 houses Map of Gilo Israel
  Israel approved a construction plan for hundreds of houses in Gilo, a disputed neighborhood on Jerusalem's southern outskirts.    The US and UN criticise thes approval of extra hou...
Nov.25   Temporary settlement freeze announced  Israeli government ministers overwhelmingly approved a freeze on settlement construction in the West Bank in an effort to restart peace talk...