» 06/14/2006, 00.00
Hamas suggests 50 year truce with Israel while inter-Palestinian talks start
Abbas, Hamas and Jihad have announced a week of dialogue to seek to end the prevailing climate of civil war. Hamas says future generations can worry about recognizing Israel.
Palestinians in favour of prisoners' document in referendum
Survey results indicate that 77 per cent of respondents are in favour of the prisoners' document which calls for a Palestinian state within the pre-June 1967 borders, implicitly recognising Israel, and for an end to attacks.
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Hamas declares an end to ceasefire with Israel
The Palestinian militants accuse Israel of failing to ease its blockade of the Gaza Strip; Israel accuses Hamas of launching rockets and motor fire against Sderot. The ceasefire was frequently violated by both sides. The people of Israel and Gaza want the end of hostilities and the continuation of the truce.
27/06/2006 PALESTINE - ISRAEL
Accord between Fatah and Hamas; Israel should be recognised
Palestinian sources have announced the signing, this evening, of a "Prisoners' Document" that implicitly recognises the Jewish state and calls for a cease-fire outside occupied territory.
More blood on the eve of Abbas' ultimatum on the "Prisoners' Plan"
A child and a pregnant woman die in attacks against Hamas and Fatah. Hamas must agree before midnight to discuss the prisoners' proposal which provides for the creation of a Palestinian state and the implicit recognition of Israel and an end to attacks.
Most Palestinians want release of kidnapped Israeli soldier
A survey has revealed that 96.3% of Palestinians want to see the man released, however they want "advantages" in return, especially the release of women and minors in Israeli prisons. The majority is also for the resumption of peace negotiations with Israel.
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