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At crisis point in peace talks, Jews, Israelis call to lift the siege on Gaza, end the occupation.

A boat carrying aid for Gaza’s population and organized by Jewish groups worldwide has set sail from Cyprus today at 13:32 local time

The boat, Irene, is sailing under a British flag and is carrying ten passengers and crew, including Jews from the US, the UK, Germany and Israel as well as an Israeli journalist.

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The sums involved are not large, but their international significance is huge. Boycotts by governments gives a boost to boycotts by non-government bodies around the world.

By Nehemia Shtrasler


Read this interesting article in {ln:nw: 'Haaretz}


Ehud Barak, Israel's defence minister, has said a slowdown in West Bank settlement construction is unlikely to continue in its current form after it expires at the end of this month.

Barak also said on Sunday that he does not believe that Israel will entirely cancel the 10-month curbs.

He appeared to be leaving room for a compromise that might allow the Palestinians to continue the fragile direct negotiations that began in Washington last week.

{ln:nw: 'Read the article at Aljazeera}



Two Palestinians have been killed in Israeli air raids in the Gaza Strip, medics and security sources say. Another person has been critically injured.

The Israeli army launched three raids in the south of Gaza on Saturday after Palestinian fighters fired a rocket over the border.

The flare-up of violence on the Israel-Gaza border came just two days after the relaunch of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in the US.

Israeli aircraft reportedly struck targets including smuggling tunnels running under the border with Egypt at Rafah.

{ln:nw: 'Read the article at Aljazeera}





OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- Israeli businessmen expressed fears that the European campaign to boycott Israeli products could widen after a sharp decline in exports.

The Israeli Maariv newspaper on Sunday published a report on the dangers of growing economic boycott of Israeli products in Europe in which it affirmed that the recent months have seen a rise in the number of European companies which withdrew their investments in Israeli companies for political reasons.

Israeli businessman Daniel Bettini, an owner of glass factory in Ariel settlement, said the boycott campaign caused enormous harm to Israel's factories which depend on exports to Europe.

{ln:nw: 'Read more at The Palestinian Information Centre}