Articles by Dan Perry



Sharon Settlements Plan Seeks Security

  • 19 December 03
  • Associated Press Writer
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Thursday that Israel would unilaterally disengage from the Palestinians, pulling back from some territory and moving some settlements, if Palestinians do not make moves toward peace in the coming months.

Sharon Projected to Remain Likud Head

  • 29 November 02
  • The Associated Press
A deadly shooting spree Thursday by a pair of Palestinian gunmen at a polling station in northern Israel, and twin attacks on Israeli tourists in faraway Kenya, marred a Likud Party leadership primary in which Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was expected to defeat Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Labor Exit Fells Sharon's Coalition

  • 31 October 02
  • The Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's broad-based coalition crumbled Wednesday as Cabinet ministers from the moderate Labor Party resigned.

Arrests Prompt Israel To Ease Arafat's Siege

  • 25 February 02
  • The Associated Press
Israel decided Sunday to draw tanks back from Yasser Arafat's compound but to continue to restrict the Palestinian leader to the West Bank city of Ramallah -- a halfway measure that angered Palestinians who expected last week's arrests of key militants to bring about the end of the restrictions.

Labor Votes For Peres Replacement

Tel Aviv Bombing Shocks Mideast

Tel Aviv Bombing Shocks Mideast

Netanyahu-Army Rift Reflects Israeli Unease

Militant Orthodox Inflaming Israeli 'Culture War'

West Bank Settlers Seek Growth Boom

Rabin Assassin Gets Life Prison Sentence

Suicide Bomber Kills 12 at Tel Aviv Mall

Polls Offer Israel Vote On Golan

Court Recesses on Assassin Trial

Israelis Say Assassin Part of Conspiracy

Tel Aviv Bus Blast Kills Six

New Israeli Party to Deepen Likud Rift

Jordan and Israel Sign Peace Treaty

West Bank and Gaza Sealed in Crackdown