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Audio - Five Minutes From Palestine Bulletin Is In

Greetings from IMEMC News Team, we hope this finds you all well,

The Weekly news cast , Five Minutes from Palestine is now online. It is available for streaming and downloading at http://www.imemc.org/audio

This report is 05:50 minutes.. this should cover the period between September 23 - 30, 2004.

This report will cover the following issues:
1- Israeli Court Releases a Settler with Blood on hands
2- Anti-wall protesters Determination Faced with Increased Brutality
3- Un Sends Human Rights Investigator Who Rules Against Israel
4- PA Crisis over Dismantling Al-Aqsa Brigades
5- Jerusalem Mayor is After What Little is Left for Arab Jerusalemites
6- Tension mounts as Israeli army raids several Palestinian Areas
7- The Week in Numbers

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