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Ras Al Amoud: Settlers still in. talk of militant confrontation growing
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to take a decision on whether to leave the Jewish settlers in the houses they took over in the Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in Jeruslem or to evict them.
Palestine, Local, 9/16/1997
Israeli hell-bent on destroying Lebanon's people, economy and Beirut
Israel is now threatening raids on Beirut, especially on its infrastructure so there would be no more water in houses, and a permanent electricity failure.
Lebanon, Military, 9/16/1997
Ethnic divides in the Arab world
Because of the Arab region's unique strategic location as well as resources, especially oil, and natural gas, the Arab world--especially the Gulf states--has been a target of domination by several foreign powers over the last two centuries.
Regional, Analysis, 9/16/1997
Albright concludes her visit to the Middle East in Lebanon
After Albright arrived at Awkar in a private helicopter coming from Cyprus, she met Lebanese President Elias Hrawi, Prime Minister Rafik Hariri and Foreign Affairs Minister Fares Boueiz at Presidential Palace at Baabda.
Lebanon, Politics, 9/16/1997
Qatar stands firm on Mena
Qatar's Foreign Minister said Mena had nothing to do with normalization of relations with Israel. The conference, he hoped, would help the Middle East peace process. The conference will be held as planned
Qatar, Politics, 9/16/1997
Israel bans Islamic call to prayer
The Israeli army has decided to ban the dawn Islamic call to prayer on the Jewish Sabbath.
Palestine, Religion, 9/16/1997
Syrian Algeria cooperation talks
Diplomatic sources in Damascus stated that Syria is trying to convince Algeria not to participate in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Summit to take place in Doha
Syria-Algeria, Politics, 9/16/1997
Leah Rabin blames Israel for peace breakdown.
The widow of assassinated prime minister Yitzhak Rabin spoke out, placing blame on Israel for a crisis in peacemaking.
Israel, Politics, 9/16/1997
Al Gore postpones his visit to Cairo
Al Gore was scheduled to visit Cairo at the end of September to join President Mubarak in chairing the meetings of the Egyptian American Presidential Council.
Egypt, Politics, 9/16/1997
Court sentences six for libel of Mubarak sons
The six defendants went on trial in July after the Mubaraks complained to the prosecutor about allegations published in advertisement for an issue of Asharq al-Awsat's sister magazine, al-Jadida.
Egypt, Judicial, 9/16/1997
Speaker of National Council tenders resignation
Speaker of the Iraqi National Council Saadoun Hammadi has submitted his resignation to Iraqi President Saddam Hussien.
Iraq, Politics, 9/16/1997
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