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http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=574&ncid=721&e=1&u=/nm/20040627/wl_nm/mideast_dc Israel Ends W. Bank Raid After Killing Top Militant

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By Atef Sa'ad

NABLUS, West Bank (Reuters) - Israeli forces on Sunday ended their deadliest raid in the West Bank for months after killing the West Bank commander of a militant group within Palestinian President Yasser Arafat (news - web sites)'s Fatah (news - web sites) faction.

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Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie, also of Fatah, said Israel committed a brutal and ugly crime in Nablus, a militant stronghold. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (news - web sites) called the operation another impressive achievement against terrorism.

Uncovering a hideout in a Nablus house Saturday, soldiers killed Nayef Abu Sharkh, head of Fatah's al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank, and five other gunmen, including local commanders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad militant groups.

The brigades, whose militants have carried out dozens of suicide bombings and attacks against Israelis in a Palestinian uprising that began in 2000, promised unprecedented retaliation -- "like an earthquake," they said in a statement.

Israeli military sources said Sunday the raid, codenamed "Full Court Press" and launched Wednesday by paratroops into Nablus's casbah, a warren of ancient streets, was over.

Residents said soldiers pulled out of the neighborhood and took up positions on hilltops as thousands of Palestinians gathered in the city center for the militants' funerals.

The army commander who led the ambush on the gunmen's hideout said Israel carried out the operation after preventing a bombing in Jerusalem last week planned by militants based in Nablus.

"That's the reason we acted this weekend, but even though we act, they (the militants) still manage to carry out attacks," said the officer, who could be identified under army regulations only as Lieutenant Colonel Itzik.

VIOLENCE OVERSHADOWS DIPLOMACY

The killings overshadowed a visit by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State William Burns, who urged both sides to fulfil commitments and take advantage of the "moment of opportunity" offered by Sharon's Gaza pullout plan.

Israeli troops late last month raided the Rafah refugee camp in Gaza, killing about 44 Palestinians, but have not pushed into West Bank towns with significant force since April.

Earlier Saturday, Israeli troops shot dead another al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades armed militant in Nablus. Military sources said he had confronted soldiers. Friday, soldiers killed two Palestinians, including one gunman in the city.

Nabil Abu Rdainah, a senior adviser to Arafat, called Saturday's killings "a grave escalation that aims to sabotage the Egyptian and American efforts to revive the peace process."

Egypt has been talking with Palestinian officials about plans to train Palestinian security officers so they can secure control over Gaza after an Israeli pullout. Israeli hard-liners fear militants plan to take over Gaza after a withdrawal.

Sharon has won cabinet support in principle for his Gaza plan, which calls for the gradual evacuation of all 21 Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip (news - web sites) and another four hard-to-defend enclaves in the West Bank.

A second vote is necessary before any of the settlements, built on land Israel occupied in the 1967 Middle East war, are uprooted. Sharon included in the Gaza plan a pledge to hold on to parts of the West Bank permanently.

(Additional reporting by Mohammed Assadi in Ramallah and Corinne Heller in Jerusalem)



-- That is the way to deal with TERRORISTs (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), June 27, 2004

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SUBJECT: *** Deal vo+'i VC-Hanoi That is the way to deal with TERRORISTs

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-- Let me tell you, Hanoi is the King of Terrorist... :) (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), June 28, 2004.


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2) Vừa đánh vừa đàm

3) Kỳ kèo xin sỏ

4) Làm nương không đúng lúc

5) Nướng thuộc hạ

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7) Gian mà không manh

8) Không biết lồn trôn 9) Không biết dối gạt quân thù

Và c̣n nhiều nữa

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