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ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTOD
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021 REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTOC
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021 REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTOB
February 19, 2021
A man walks near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
A man walks near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
A man walks near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021 REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTLZ
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTLY
February 19, 2021
People walk near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People walk near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People walk near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021 REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTM0
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JTLX
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amir Cohen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-WHALE/
RTX9JSTG
February 19, 2021
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it was washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim,...
Nitzanim, Israel
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it was washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim...
People stand near the body of a dead whale after it was washed ashore from the Mediterranean near Nitzanim, Israel February 19, 2021. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL/
RTR3M9MN
April 22, 2014
A Jewish boy wearing a prayer shawl and Tefillin, leather straps and boxes containing sacred parchments,...
Nitzanim, Israel
A Jewish boy wearing a prayer shawl and Tefillin has his Bar Mitzvah photographs taken at Nitzanim beach,...
A Jewish boy wearing a prayer shawl and Tefillin, leather straps and boxes containing sacred parchments, has his Bar Mitzvah photographs taken on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea at Nitzanim beach, near the Israeli southern city of Ashkelon April 22, 2014.REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WEATHER-ISRAEL/SNOW
RTX16I6P
December 14, 2013
A man searches in a river stream following heavy rains and flooding on a beach of the Mediterranean sea...
Nitzanim, Israel
A man searches in a river stream following heavy rains and flooding on a beach of the Mediterranean sea...
A man searches in a river stream following heavy rains and flooding on a beach of the Mediterranean sea near Kibbutz Nitzanim in southern Israel December 14, 2013. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
WEATHER-ISRAEL/SNOW
RTX16I6N
December 14, 2013
A man walks next to a car and a beach restaurant that sank into the sand following heavy rains and flooding...
Nitzanim, Israel
A man walks next to a car and a beach restaurant that sank into the sand following heavy rains and flooding...
A man walks next to a car and a beach restaurant that sank into the sand following heavy rains and flooding on a beach of the Mediterranean sea near Kibbutz Nitzanim in southern Israel December 14, 2013. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-SNOW/
RTX16GYQ
December 13, 2013
A girl takes a photo of a flooded river due to heavy rains near Ashdod December 13, 2013. A snowstorm...
Nitzanim, Israel
A girl takes a photo of a flooded river due to heavy rains near Ashdod
A girl takes a photo of a flooded river due to heavy rains near Ashdod December 13, 2013. A snowstorm of rare intensity blanketed the Jerusalem area and parts of the occupied West Bank on Friday, choking off the city and stranding hundreds in vehicles on impassable roads. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL-SNOW/
RTX16GYP
December 13, 2013
A man walks past a truck which stuck in a body of water formed as a result of heavy rains near Kibbutz...
Nitzanim, Israel
A man walks past a truck which stuck in a body of water formed as a result of heavy rains near Kibbutz...
A man walks past a truck which stuck in a body of water formed as a result of heavy rains near Kibbutz Nitzanim in southern Israel December 13, 2013. A snowstorm of rare intensity blanketed the Jerusalem area and parts of the occupied West Bank on Friday, choking off the city and stranding hundreds in vehicles on impassable roads. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL-SNOW/
RTX16GYJ
December 13, 2013
People look on the damage caused by a storm on a beach of the Mediterranean sea near Kibbutz Nitzanim...
Nitzanim, Israel
People look on the damage caused by a storm on a beach of the Mediterranean sea near Kibbutz Nitzanim...
People look on the damage caused by a storm on a beach of the Mediterranean sea near Kibbutz Nitzanim December 13, 2013. A snowstorm of rare intensity blanketed the Jerusalem area and parts of the occupied West Bank on Friday, choking off the city and stranding hundreds in vehicles on impassable roads. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
ISRAEL-VIOLENCE/
RTR39INX
October 24, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (4th R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (front L) visit an...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defence Minister Barak visit an Iron Dome command centre north...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (4th R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (front L) visit an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of Ashkelon October 24, 2012. Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel from Gaza on Wednesday and an Israeli air strike killed a militant in a surge of violence after the Emir of Qatar embraced the enclave's Hamas leadership with a visit. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-VIOLENCE/
RTR39INO
October 24, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of Ashkelon October 24, 2012. Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel from Gaza on Wednesday and an Israeli air strike killed a militant in a surge of violence after the Emir of Qatar embraced the enclave's Hamas leadership with a visit. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-VIOLENCE/
RTR39ING
October 24, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (centre L) visit an Iron...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak visit an Iron Dome rocket shield command...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) and Defence Minister Ehud Barak (centre L) visit an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of Ashkelon October 24, 2012. Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel from Gaza on Wednesday and an Israeli air strike killed a militant in a surge of violence after the Emir of Qatar embraced the enclave's Hamas leadership with a visit. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL-VIOLENCE/
RTR39IN0
October 24, 2012
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits an Iron Dome rocket shield command centre near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of Ashkelon October 24, 2012. Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel from Gaza on Wednesday and an Israeli air strike killed a militant in a surge of violence after the Emir of Qatar embraced the enclave's Hamas leadership with a visit. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ISRAEL/
RTR340A6
June 22, 2012
Israelis stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and a train near Kibbutz...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israelis stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and a train near Ashdod...
Israelis stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and a train near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of the southern city of Ashdod, June 22, 2012. An Israeli police spokesman said 10 people were injured lightly from the accident which occurred when the bus and a train collided. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
ISRAEL/
RTR340A3
June 22, 2012
Israeli emergency workers stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israeli emergency workers stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and...
Israeli emergency workers stand next to a damaged bus at the site of an accident between the bus and a train near Kibbutz Nitzanim, north of the southern city of Ashdod, June 22, 2012. An Israeli police spokesman said 10 people were injured lightly from the accident which occurred when the bus and a train collided. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
ISRAEL/
RTXQ69L
October 30, 2009
An Israeli boy plays on a rainy day at Nitzanim beach near the southern city of Ashkelon October 30,...
Nitzanim, Israel
Israeli boy plays at Nitzanim beach near Ashkelon
An Israeli boy plays on a rainy day at Nitzanim beach near the southern city of Ashkelon October 30, 2009. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2T2
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche (C) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche films a scene on the set of the film in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche (C) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawl from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2T1
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche rests on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche rests on the set of the film in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche rests on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2T0
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche (L) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche films a scene on the set of the film in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche (L) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2SZ
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche (R) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche films a scene on the set of the film in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche (R) films a scene on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawl from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2SC
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche (R) and film director Amos Gitai stand on the set of the film "Disengagement",...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche and Gitai stand in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche (R) and film director Amos Gitai stand on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/BINOCHE
RTR1O2S6
March 29, 2007
French actress Juliette Binoche stands on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli...
Nitzanim, Israel
French actress Binoche stands on the set of the film in Nitzanim
French actress Juliette Binoche stands on the set of the film "Disengagement", in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim March 29, 2007. The Oscar-winning actress flew to Israel to appear in the first dramatic film to explore Israel's 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1FS8U
July 24, 2006
Residents from northern Israel sit under tents on a beach-front tent city in the southern Israeli town...
Nitzanim
Residents from northern Israel sit under tents in Nitzanim
Residents from northern Israel sit under tents on a beach-front tent city in the southern Israeli town of Nitzanim July 24, 2006. With rocket attacks and sirens disrupting their daily lives, some residents from northern Israeli communities moved south, to spend time in the safety of a beach-front tent city. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTRJ6RZ
July 31, 2005
Prosper Ben David, his wife Naomi and their son explore their new temporary home in the caravan park...
Nitzanim
Prosper Ben David, his wife Naomi and their son explore their new temporary home in the caravan park...
Prosper Ben David, his wife Naomi and their son explore their new temporary home in the caravan park of Nitzanim. Prosper Ben David (R), his wife Naomi (C), and their son Shay, explore their new temporary home in the caravan park of Nitzanim July 31, 2005. Ben David's family lives in Nisanit settlement at the Gaza Strip and has moved to the new caravan park. Opening a caravan park to provide temporary housing in southern Israel for Gaza evacuees, authorities handed keys to the red-roofed, air-conditioned trailers dubbed "cara-villas" to several families due to move in later in the week. Israel fears that half of the Jewish settlers slated for evacuation from occupied Gaza next month will stay put rather than agree to relocation, forcing troops to remove them, Housing Minister Isaac Herzog said on Sunday. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRJ6RD
July 31, 2005
Naomi Ben David holds her son Shay as they enter their new home at the caravan park of Nitzanim July...
Nitzanim
Naomi Ben David holds her son Shay as they enter their new home at the caravan park of Nitzanim.
Naomi Ben David holds her son Shay as they enter their new home at the caravan park of Nitzanim July 31, 2005. Ben David family lives in Nisanit settlement at the Gaza Strip and move at these days to the new caravans park. Opening a caravan park to provide temporary housing in southern Israel for Gaza evacuees, authorities handed keys to the red-roofed, air-conditioned trailers dubbed "cara-villas" to several families due to move in later in the week. Israel fears that half of the Jewish settlers slated for evacuation from occupied Gaza next month will stay put rather than agree to relocation, forcing troops to remove them, a cabinet minister said on Sunday. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/KS
MIDEAST
RTRJ6R4
July 31, 2005
Prosper Ben David (R) signs for his new home in the caravan park of Nitzanim as his children play in...
Nitzanim
Prosper Ben David signs for his new home in the caravan park of Nitzanim.
Prosper Ben David (R) signs for his new home in the caravan park of Nitzanim as his children play in the kitchen July 31, 2005. Opening a caravan park to provide temporary housing in southern Israel for Gaza evacuees, authorities handed keys to the red-roofed, air-conditioned trailers dubbed "cara-villas" to several families due to move in later in the week. Israel fears that half of the Jewish settlers slated for evacuation from occupied Gaza next month will stay put rather than agree to relocation, forcing troops to remove them, a cabinet minister said on Sunday. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/KS
MIDEAST
RTRJ6QE
July 31, 2005
Prosper Ben David (C) and his wife Naomi (L) explore their new temporary house as their son Yossi looks...
Nitzanim
Prosper Ben David and his wife Naomi explore their new temporary house in Nitzanim.
Prosper Ben David (C) and his wife Naomi (L) explore their new temporary house as their son Yossi looks out of a window in the caravan park of Nitzanim July 31, 2005. Opening a caravan park to provide temporary housing in southern Israel for Gaza evacuees, authorities handed keys to the red-roofed, air-conditioned trailers dubbed "cara-villas" to several families due to move in later in the week. Israel fears that half of the Jewish settlers slated for evacuation from occupied Gaza next month will stay put rather than agree to relocation, forcing troops to remove them, a cabinet minister said on Sunday. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/KS
MIDEAST
RTRGJPP
July 05, 2005
Israeli PM Sharon looks at map while while inspecting newly-built houses at Nitzarim area in southern...
Nitzanim
Israeli PM Sharon looks at map while while inspecting newly-built houses at Nitzarim area in ...
Israeli PM Sharon looks at map while while inspecting newly-built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (R) looks at a map while inspecting newly-built houses atthe Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the up-coming Gaza pullout. Sharon on Tuesday confronted Jewish settlers due to be evacuated from the Gaza Strip, pledging to keep his pullout plan on track despite ultranationalist protests that have rocked Israel. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJPH
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at ...
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C), surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJPA
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim ......
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C) looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJP4
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim ......
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (R) looks at a map while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJOQ
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon shares a joke while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon shares a joke while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim ......
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon shares a joke while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon shares a joke while inspecting newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJOB
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at ...
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C), surrounded by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRGJO0
July 05, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, accompanied by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at the Nitzarim...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, accompanied by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at the ......
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, accompanied by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at the Nitzarim area in southern Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (L), accompanied by bodyguards, inspects newly built houses at the Nitzarim area in southern Israel July 5, 2005. The houses are planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers during the upcoming Gaza pullout. REUTERS/David Silverman/Pool
MIDEAST
RTRFKBG
June 26, 2005
Aaron (R) and Miriam Farjun, settlers from the Jewish Gaza strip settlement of Bdolach visit a house...
Nitzanim
Settlers from the Jewish Gaza strip settlement of Bdolach visit a house at Nitzanim.
Aaron (R) and Miriam Farjun, settlers from the Jewish Gaza strip settlement of Bdolach visit a house at Nitzanim, the area where Israel built a temporary neighbourhood for settlers who are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, the Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/ Nir Elias NIR/NL
MIDEAST
RTRFJF3
June 26, 2005
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood...
Nitzanim
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary ...
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRFJEW
June 26, 2005
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood...
Nitzanim
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary ...
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRFJE8
June 26, 2005
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood...
Nitzanim
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary ...
Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers rom the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. Construction workers place tiles on a roof at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRFJD9
June 26, 2005
A construction worker works at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers...
Nitzanim
A construction worker works at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for ...
A construction worker works at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. A construction worker works at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRFJCW
June 26, 2005
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers...
Nitzanim
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for ...
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of the Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTRFJCC
June 26, 2005
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers...
Nitzanim
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for ...
Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim. Construction workers work at the area where Israel is building a temporary neighbourhood for settlers whom are about to be evacuated from the Jewish settlements of the Gaza Strip, at Nitzanim, June 26, 2005. The Cabinet on Sunday approved an agreement with the Gush Katif settlers on the details of their relocation to the Nitzanim area after the disengagement. The ministers also voted down two ministers' objection to the agreement, Haaretz daily newspaper said. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
MIDEAST
RTXNJCM
June 09, 2005
Israeli workers place a mobile home on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in Nitzanim...
Nitzanim, GAZA STRIP
Israeli workers place a mobile home on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in N.....
Israeli workers place a mobile home on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in Nitzanim June 9, 2005. Israel's highest court on Thursday rejected a bid by Jewish settlers to overturn legislation underpinning Israel's planned withdrawal from Gaza, clearing the last major legal hurdle to a pullout in August.
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MIDEAST
RTXNJCL
June 09, 2005
Israeli workers place mobile homes on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in Nitzanim...
Nitzanim, GAZA STRIP
Israeli workers place mobile homes on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in Ni.....
Israeli workers place mobile homes on the site planned for the re-location of Israeli settlers in Nitzanim June 9, 2005. Israel's highest court on Thursday rejected a bid by Jewish settlers to overturn legislation underpinning Israel's planned withdrawal from Gaza, clearing the last major legal hurdle to a pullout in August.
MIDEAST
RTR7F5W
April 07, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C) listens an explanation by local officials during his visit to...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon visits Nitzarim.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C) listens an explanation by local officials during his visit to the area of Nitzarim, where some of 8,000 settlers of the Gaza Strip can be relocated, April 7, 2005. Israel signalled on Wednesday it was sticking to a plan to extend its largest West Bank settlement to Jerusalem, despite U.S. President George W. Bush's demand for a halt to all Jewish settlement expansion. The controversy threatened to create tensions between the two close allies ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's talks with Bush in the United States next week. ISRAEL OUT REUTERS/Government Press Office/Handout
MIDEAST
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April 07, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C, below) speaks during his visit to the area of Nitzarim, where...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon visits Nitzarim.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (C, below) speaks during his visit to the area of Nitzarim, where some of 8,000 settlers of the Gaza Strip can be relocated, April 7, 2005. Israel signalled on Wednesday it was sticking to a plan to extend its largest West Bank settlement to Jerusalem, despite U.S. President George W. Bush's demand for a halt to all Jewish settlement expansion. The controversy threatened to create tensions between the two close allies ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's talks with Bush in the United States next week. ISRAEL OUT REUTERS/Government Press Office/Handout OP/NL
MIDEAST
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April 07, 2005
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon listens to an explanation by local officials during his visit to the area...
Nitzanim
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon listens to an explanation by local officials during his visit to the ......
Israeli Prime Minister Sharon listens to an explanation by local officials during his visit to the area of Nitzarim. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (R) listens to an explanation by local officials during his visit to the area of Nitzarim, where some 8,000 settlers of the Gaza Strip can be relocated, April 7, 2005. Israel signalled on Wednesday it was sticking to a plan to extend its largest West Bank settlement to Jerusalem, despite U.S. President George W. Bush's demand for a halt to all Jewish settlement expansion. The controversy threatened to create tensions between the two close allies ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's talks with Bush in the United States next week.
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