Monthly Archives: September 2006
"The whole world - I don't want to say all, but many developing countries - have proposed and started to execute the issue of alternative energy," Gamal Mubarak, the president's son, said. "It is time for Egypt to put forth, and the party will put forth, this proposal for discussion about its future energy policies, the issue of alternative energy, including nuclear energy, as one of the alternatives."
Monday night, Israel's Foreign Minister Tzippy Livni met with Machmud Abbas, also known as Abu Mazen. Before the Livni-Abbas meeting, The Evening Bulletin posed the following questions to Livni, through her spokesperson, Ido Aharoni, and through the spokesperson of the Israel Foreign Ministry, Mr. Mark Regev.Those questions were: (please review article)
--Yesterday, the U.S. administration summoned Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to Washington with the express intention of making it clear to him that it takes a dim view of forming a unity government with Hamas.--Palestinian Authority: No Impasse In Government Talks
One area that the investigation panel will examine will be the "... management of the political echelon as it related to the... preparedness and readiness of the threat from Lebanon, including intelligence preparedness and the force building and its readiness... " (Clause C) In that context, American citizens who witnessed security briefings from Israeli officials over the past few years may be called upon to testify at the Winograd panel.