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**PHOTOS** of the MIDEAST CONFLICT (slow many photos)
Yahoo Photos ^ | March | TheOtherOne

Posted on 03/13/2002 7:16:37 AM PST by TheOtherOne

Israeli soldiers look at weapons confiscated from Palestinians who surrendered to the Israeli army outside a refugee camp in the West Bank city of Tulkarm March 8, 2002. After an agreement reached between Palestinian officials and the Israeli army, many males in the refugee camp surrendered to the Israeli Defence Force troops for questioning, and wanted suspects were detained. REUTERS/Nir Elias

Israeli medics evacuate a wounded Israeli on a stretcher from the scene of an attack in the Jewish settlement of Azmona in the southern Gaza Strip early Friday March 8, 2002. Five Israelis were killed late Thursday when a Palestinian infiltrated Azmona, opening fire with an assault rifle and throwing grenades at a highschool that combines religious studies and military training. A top Palestinian security commander and 21 others were killed in Israeli raids before daybreak Friday in the West Bank and Gaza in relatiation for the attack. (AP Photo/Gadi Kabalo) ISRAEL OUT

Israeli soldiers guard blindfolded Palestinians detained in an Israeli army operation in a refugee camp in the West Bank town of Tulkarem Friday March 8, 2002. Israeli troops raided towns in the West Bank and Gaza Strip early Friday, killing 26 Palestnians. (AP Photo/Orel Cohen)

Masked Palestinian gunmen gather during the funeral of 19-year-old Hamas gunman Mohammed Farhat in Gaza City, Friday, March 8, 2002. Farhat was identified as the attacker who killed five young Israeli students and injured 20 when he attacked the Atzmona settlement in southern Gaza before he was shot dead by an Israeli soldier. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Palestinian gunmen aim their guns at Israeli tanks entering the West Bank city of Tulkarm, March 8, 2002. Israeli forces killed a top Palestinian commander in a fierce new military offensive after a Palestinian gunman went on a shooting rampage in a Jewish settlement. Photo by Abed Omar Qusini/Reuters

Israeli soldiers pour over a map inside a Palestinian Authority office, with a picture of leader Yasser Arafat hanging on the wall, in the Tulkarem refugee camp in the West Bank Thursday, March 8, 2002. Israeli continued its military operations in the refugee camp Friday, with dozens of Palestinian gunmen pinned down in alleys and homes of bystanders. Five Palestinians were killed in the camp on Friday. (AP Photo/Gerry Abramovitch) **ISRAEL OUT**

Tow Palestinian youths, one with a Hamas flag on his back with the writing "Allah is our God and Mohammad is his Prophet" in Arabic, prepare their sling shots, with Israeli army jeeps seen in the background, during clashes in the West Bank town of Ramallah Friday, March 8, 2002. In the deadliest day of fighting, 34 Palestinians and five Israelis were killed. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)

Palestinians look at the body of Hamas gunman Belal Shehada 19, during his funeral at Beit Hanoun town in the north of Gaza Strip March 13,2002. Shehada was killed yesterday by Israeli troops during gun fire near the Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaza Strip. At least 1,057 Palestinians and 340 Israelis have been killed since the uprising began in September 200. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

Arkansas National Guard troops on peacekeeping duty in the Red Sea coastal town of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, return to their posts after a visit by Vice President Dick Cheney, Wednesday, March 13, 2002. Cheney met with the troops during his Middle East mission to build support for President Bush's anti-terrorism campaign. The American citizen-soldiers are part of the multinational force on the Sinai Peninsula enforcing the 1979 peace agreement between Egypt and Israel. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Italian freelance photojournalist Raffaele Ciriello, 42, poses with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in Arafat's office in the West Bank town of Ramallah March 12, 2002. Ciriello, on assignment for the Italian daily Corriere della Sera, was shot and killed by Israeli tank fire early March 13, 2002. (Reuters - Handout)

Palestinian men walk down a street with their hands on their heads after being rounded up for a curfew in the West Bank City of Ramallah March 13, 2002. The Israeli army earlier imposed a curfew on the city and warned violators they would be shot. REUTERS/Osama Silwadi

Israeli tanks takes up position in West Bank City of Ramallah March 13, 2002. The Palestinian Authority said on Wednesday a truce that a U.S. envoy hopes to negotiate would be impossible without an Israeli pullout from the West Bank city of Ramallah. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

EDITORS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT--With an Arafat poster seen in the background, the body of a Palestinian man hangs upside-down from a rope on a metal structure, in the center of the West Bank town of Ramallah Tuesday, March 12, 2002. Palestinian security officials identified him as Raed Naem Odeh from the Amari refugee camp, and the Al Aqsa Brigade said militiamen shot and killed him on suspicion of helping Israeli forces kill one of their senior members earlier this month. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)

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A restaurant worker sits waiting for customers during lunchtime in an empty pedestrian mall in downtown Jerusalem Monday March 11, 2002. After a string of shooting and bombing attacks, wary Israelis are avoiding crowds. (AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel)

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TOPICS: Front Page News; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: israel; plo; terrorists

1 posted on 03/13/2002 7:16:37 AM PST by TheOtherOne
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To: TheOtherOne
Where is the Reuter's photo of this?
In Ramallah's main square, angry Palestinians strung up the corpse of an alleged collaborator. The young man, blood staining his face and bare chest, dangled upside down by his feet from a metal pylon.

2 posted on 03/13/2002 7:29:05 AM PST by vrwc54
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To: vrwc54
The second to the last one.
3 posted on 03/13/2002 7:33:03 AM PST by cactmh
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To: cactmh
That was AP. I said Reuters. (They tend to be pro-Palie)
4 posted on 03/13/2002 9:08:53 AM PST by vrwc54
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To: All
In the name of Religion....sighs~


5 posted on 03/13/2002 9:12:49 AM PST by Bad~Rodeo
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