Posted: Saturday, March 30, 2002
Troops Keep Arafat Confined; U.N. Urges Israeli Withdrawal
Arafat Tells TV He Will 'Never Surrender'
U.S. upgrading military presence in Persian Gulf
European Gov'ts React to Crisis
> European nations demanded on Saturday that Israel
> immediately comply with a U.N. Security Council resolution
> and end its siege of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's compound.
Suicide bombing claims 1, injures 24 in Tel Aviv cafe
One Israeli, 2 Palestinians die in thwarted suicide attack
Angola signs peace accord with UNITA rebels
Arab fury at 'foolish, illegal aggression'
Sharon agreed on a compromise to "isolate" Arafat as an "enemy"
Bush Calls 5 Leaders About Mideast
Defiant Arafat Asks World to Halt Israel Assault
Israeli Troops Only a Door Away From Arafat Office
Ten killed in rebel attack in Indian Kashmir
US backs UN call for Israel to withdraw from Palestinian cities
Israeli outrages get US backing
¥ Israeli Terrorism always had US backing...
> Guess who supplies most of their weapons.
PM Sharon locks up Arafat, but what is his endgame?
Sharon's stark message to man he wants dead
Israel turns its fire on Arafat
Israel's assault on Arafat
Robert Fisk: The lies leaders tell when they want to go to war
There were two images of Ariel Sharon on Friday
> One was the battle-scarred and angry war veteran.
> The other was the prime minister who made repeated calls to the
> Bush administration to assure it that he would not kill Arafat.
Arafat in the crossfire as Israel goes for kill
India: Mobs are still out on the streets, death toll keeps rising
India: Militants attack Raghunath temple in Jammu, 7 dead