More than half of the Arab terrorists and prisoners to be released by the Olmert government do not have blood on their hands because they did not succeed in carrying out planned terrorist attacks, according to a study of the proposed list. Dr. Aaron Lerner, head of the Independent Media Review and Analysis (IMRA), also said that 18 terrorists were convicted of attempted murder by shooting or bombing.
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--The United States Congress voted Tuesday to tighten sanctions against
A representative of State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss’ office questioned Prime Minister Ehud Olmert regarding questionable real estate dealings. Regarding the purchase of a home on
--An indictment has been filed against Knesset Member Tzachi HaNegbi charging him with corruption in political appointments, but the former Likud minister rejected calls that he step down as chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. MK HaNegbi said, "The indictment is baseless." He claimed his appointments were similar to those made by dozens of politicians over the years.