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Five Minutes from Palestine News Cast

Five Minutes from Palestine News Cast

Dear Readers,

I hope this finds you well,

The Weekly news cast , Five Minutes from Palestine is now online. It is available for streaming and downloading at This report is 6:09 minutes.. this should cover the period between June 23 to June 30.

Please let me know if you need any help George

Exerpts from the report

Even as the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon tightly survived 3 non-confidence votes in the Knesset, his minority based cabinet is still to face more challenges as Labor pulled away the promised Knesset safety net. The rabbi of the Old City of Jerusalem said "It should be known that anyone who wants to give away Israeli land is like a rodef"; a din rodef is seen as a license to kill a fellow Jew.

French President Jack Chirack, at the Nato meeting in Turkey, criticized the ones who call for marginalizing the Palestinian president, saying "no one can ignore a legitimate leader unless a legitimate alternative leadership is established"

As a result of massive wide spread anti-separation wall demonstrations, Israeli high court ordered army to re-route the wall section north of Jerusalem.

This Audio Report was prepared and voiced by George Rishmawi (IMEMC) Techincal support provided by ISIS Audio Visual Production Studios (

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