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ISRAEL-ELECTION/
RTS34AIR
March 01, 2020
A Blue and White party election campaign banner depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,...
MODIIN, Israel
A Blue and White party election campaign banner depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is...
A Blue and White party election campaign banner depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Justice Minister Amir Ohana and Education Minister Rafi Peretz with the Hebrew writing reading: "Blue and White or Erdogan" and "Saving Israel", is seen in Modiin, Israel March 1, 2020. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-ELECTION/ARABS
RTS2QBRM
September 12, 2019
A Labour party election banner depicting party leader Amir Peretz and writing in Arabic reading "industrial...
Tira, Israel
A Labour party election banner depicting party leader Amir Peretz is seen next to another election banner...
A Labour party election banner depicting party leader Amir Peretz and writing in Arabic reading "industrial areas in all Arab and Druze cities" is seen next to another election banner depicting Issawi Frej, an Arab politician in the left-wing Meretz party with Arabic writing that reads "This time we will participate in government", in Tira, northern Israel September 5, 2019. Picture taken September 5, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-ELECTION/
RTS2PAVG
September 05, 2019
Amir Peretz, head of the Labour party, addresses a conference ahead of national elections, which will...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Amir Peretz, head of the Labour party, addresses a conference ahead of national elections, which will...
Amir Peretz, head of the Labour party, addresses a conference ahead of national elections, which will be held on September 17, in Tel Aviv, Israel September 5, 2019. REUTERS/Nir Elias
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLEMENT
RTS2OQPX
September 01, 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education minister Rafi Peretz during a ceremony...
Elkana, Palestinian Territories
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education minister Rafi Peretz during a ceremony...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education minister Rafi Peretz during a ceremony opening the school year in the Jewish settlement of Elkana in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 1, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLEMENT
RTS2OQM8
September 01, 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks with Education minister Rafi Peretz as he greets students...
Elkana, Palestinian Territories
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks with Education minister Rafi Peretz as he greets students...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walks with Education minister Rafi Peretz as he greets students during a ceremony opening the school year in the Jewish settlement of Elkana in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 1, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/SETTLEMENT
RTS2OQI3
September 01, 2019
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education Minister Rafi Peretz as they speak to...
Elkana, Palestinian Territories
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education Minister Rafi Peretz as they speak to...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits next to Education Minister Rafi Peretz as they speak to students during a ceremony opening the school year in the Jewish settlement of Elkana in the Israeli-occupied West Bank September 1, 2019. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/BACKGAMMON
RTS1LQES
January 30, 2018
Israeli Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein (L) plays against member of Knesset Amir Peretz (R) during a backgammon...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israeli Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein plays against member of Knesset Amir Peretz during a backgammon...
Israeli Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein (L) plays against member of Knesset Amir Peretz (R) during a backgammon tournament organised by Double Yerushalmi, a group trying to enhance ties between Arabs and Jews through cultural activities, in the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament in Jerusalem January 30, 2018. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL/
RTR33UUF
June 19, 2012
Israeli Nofar Peretz (R), a contestant in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women, uses a hair dryer...
Beersheba, Israel
Contestants in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women sit backstage in Beersheba
Israeli Nofar Peretz (R), a contestant in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women, uses a hair dryer to blow air up the skirt of fellow contestant as they sit backstage in the southern city of Beersheba June 18, 2012. 16 women competed on Monday night in the annual beauty pageant, which requires contestants to weigh over 80 kilograms (176 pounds). Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR33UU5
June 19, 2012
Israeli Nofar Peretz, a contestant in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women, takes a picture of...
Beersheba, Israel
A contestant in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women takes a picture of herself backstage backstage...
Israeli Nofar Peretz, a contestant in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women, takes a picture of herself backstage in the southern city of Beersheba June 18, 2012. 16 women competed on Monday night in the annual beauty pageant, which requires contestants to weigh over 80 kilograms (176 pounds). Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)
ISRAEL/
RTR33UTO
June 19, 2012
Israelis Sapir Marziano (L) and Nofar Peretz (C), both contestants in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size...
Beersheba, Israel
Contestants in beauty pageant for plus-size women watch backstage in Beersheba
Israelis Sapir Marziano (L) and Nofar Peretz (C), both contestants in an annual beauty pageant for plus-size women, watch backstage in the southern city of Beersheba June 18, 2012. 16 women competed on Monday night in the annual beauty pageant, which requires contestants to weigh over 80 kilograms (176 pounds). Picture taken June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
ISRAEL-OLMERT/REACTION
RTR1WI35
January 31, 2008
Israel's former defence minister Amir Peretz pauses during news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31, 2008,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's former defence minister Peretz pauses during news conference in Tel Aviv
Israel's former defence minister Amir Peretz pauses during news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31, 2008, following the presentation of the Winograd Commission findings on Wednesday. Israeli newspapers forecast Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's survival on Thursday after a report criticised the army and his government's conduct during a 2006 war in Lebanon but offered him a political reprieve. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-OLMERT/REACTION
RTR1WI32
January 31, 2008
Israel's former defence minister Amir Peretz speaks during a news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's former defence minister Peretz speaks during a news conference in Tel Aviv
Israel's former defence minister Amir Peretz speaks during a news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31, 2008, following the presentation of the Winograd Commission findings on Wednesday. Israeli newspapers forecast Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's survival on Thursday after a report criticised the army and his government's conduct during a 2006 war in Lebanon but offered him a political reprieve. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-OLMERT/REACTION
RTR1WI31
January 31, 2008
Israel's former Defence Minister Amir Peretz gestures during a news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's former Defence Minister Peretz gestures during news conference in Tel Aviv
Israel's former Defence Minister Amir Peretz gestures during a news conference in Tel Aviv, January 31, 2008, following the presentation of the Winograd Commission findings on Wednesday. Israeli newspapers forecast Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's survival on Thursday after a report criticised the army and his government's conduct during a 2006 war in Lebanon but offered him a political reprieve. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
PALESTINIANS ISRAEL
RTR1U77K
September 24, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R) speaks to the former Defence Minister Amir Peretz during the...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert speaks to former Defence Minister Peretz in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R) speaks to the former Defence Minister Amir Peretz during the Foreign affairs and defence committee meeting in Jerusalem September 24, 2007. Israel agreed on Sunday to free another 90 Palestinian prisoners to try to bolster President Mahmoud Abbas ahead of a U.S.-sponsored conference on Palestinian statehood, officials said.
REUTERS/Yonathan Weitzman (JERUSALEM)
LEBANON/ISRAEL
RTR1RT49
July 13, 2007
A poster put up by Hezbollah on the Lebanon-Israeli border near the settlement Mtoli, from Khiyam village...
KHIYAM, Lebanon
A poster put up by Hezbollah on the Lebanon-Israeli border near the settlement Mtoli, from Khiyam village...
A poster put up by Hezbollah on the Lebanon-Israeli border near the settlement Mtoli, from Khiyam village southern Lebanon shows Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz July 13, 2007. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QXSJ
June 19, 2007
Ehud Barak (3rd L), former Israeli prime minister and incoming Defence Minister, Lieutenant-General Gabi...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Barak,Lieutenant-General Ashkenazi and Peretz attends changeover ceremony in Tel Aviv
Ehud Barak (3rd L), former Israeli prime minister and incoming Defence Minister, Lieutenant-General Gabi Ashkenazi (3rd R), chief of Israel's armed forces, and outgoing Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) attend an official changeover ceremony at the Defence Ministry in Tel Aviv June 19, 2007. Barak was sworn in as defence minister on Monday in a cabinet shake-up rushed through in response to violence in Gaza. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QXSI
June 19, 2007
(From L to R) Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, Lieutenant-General...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Barak, Peretz and others attend official changeover ceremony in Tel Aviv
(From L to R) Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, Lieutenant-General Gabi Ashkenazi, chief of Israel's armed forces, deputy Defence Minister Ephraim Sneh and outgoing Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend an official changeover ceremony at the Defence Ministry in Tel Aviv June 19, 2007. Barak was sworn in as defence minister on Monday in a cabinet shakeup rushed through in response to violence in Gaza. REUTERS/Yonathan Weitzman (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QXSG
June 19, 2007
(From L to R) Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, outgoing Defence...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Barak, Peretz and Ashkenazi attend official changeover ceremony in Tel Aviv
(From L to R) Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, outgoing Defence Minister Amir Peretz and Lieutenant-General Gabi Ashkenazi, chief of Israel's armed forces, attend an official changeover ceremony at the Defence Ministry in Tel Aviv June 19, 2007. Barak was sworn in as defence minister on Monday in a cabinet shakeup rushed through in response to violence in Gaza. REUTERS/Yonathan Weitzman (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QXQQ
June 19, 2007
Ehud Barak (L), former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, and outgoing Defence Minister...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Barak and outgoing minister Peretz attend official changeover ceremony in Tel Aviv
Ehud Barak (L), former Israeli prime minister and incoming defence minister, and outgoing Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend an official changeover ceremony at the Defence Ministry in Tel Aviv June 19, 2007. Barak was sworn in as defence minister on Monday in a cabinet shakeup rushed through in response to violence in Gaza. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QX1G
June 18, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) sits in front of a portrait depicting the late prime minister...
Jerusalem, Israel
Peretz attends a party meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) sits in front of a portrait depicting the late prime minister Yitzhak Rabin during a Labour party meeting in the parliament in Jerusalem June 18, 2007. Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak will be named Israel's defence minister this week in a reshuffle of the coalition cabinet rushed through in response to Palestinian factional warfare in Gaza, officials said on Friday. They said ministers agreed to nominate Barak, who last week replaced Peretz, as leader of the Labour Party. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QX18
June 18, 2007
Ehud Barak (C), former Israeli prime minister and Labour party leader, and Defence Minister Amir Peretz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Barak and Peretz attend a party meeting in Jerusalem
Ehud Barak (C), former Israeli prime minister and Labour party leader, and Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) attend a party meeting in the parliament in Jerusalem June 18, 2007. Barak will be named Israel's defence minister this week in a reshuffle of the coalition cabinet rushed through in response to Palestinian factional warfare in Gaza, officials said on Friday. They said ministers agreed to nominate Barak, who last week replaced Peretz, as leader of the Labour Party. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QX13
June 18, 2007
Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and Labour party leader, attends a party meeting in the parliament...
Jerusalem, Israel
Barak attends a party meeting in Jerusalem
Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister and Labour party leader, attends a party meeting in the parliament in Jerusalem June 18, 2007. Barak will be named Israel's defence minister this week in a reshuffle of the coalition cabinet rushed through in response to Palestinian factional warfare in Gaza, officials said on Friday. They said ministers agreed to nominate Barak, who last week replaced the current defence minister, Amir Peretz, as leader of the Labour Party. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QVOG
June 17, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) is surrounded by media upon arrival at Nizmit observation point...
Nir Am, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz arrives at observation point
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) is surrounded by media upon arrival at Nizmit observation point near Kibbutz Nir Am, just outside the northern Gaza Strip June 17, 2007. Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak will be named Israel's defence minister this week in a reshuffle of the coalition cabinet rushed through in response to Palestinian factional warfare in Gaza, officials said on Friday. They said ministers agreed to nominate Barak, who this week replaced the current defence minister, Amir Peretz, as leader of the Labour Party. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-BARAK/
RTR1QVNT
June 17, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) stands beside army Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi during a visit...
Nir Am, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz stands beside army Chief of Staff Ashkenazi during visit to observation...
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) stands beside army Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi during a visit to Nizmit observation point near Kibbutz Nir Am, outside the northern Gaza Strip, June 17, 2007. Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak will be named Israel's defence minister this week in a reshuffle of the coalition cabinet rushed through in response to Palestinian factional warfare in Gaza, officials said on Friday. They said ministers agreed to nominate Barak, who this week replaced the current defence minister, Amir Peretz, as leader of the Labour Party. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/ELECTIONS
RTR1QEYW
June 03, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister and outgoing Labour Party chairman Amir Peretz (2nd R) greets supporters during...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz greets supporters during a rally in Tel Aviv
Israel's Defence Minister and outgoing Labour Party chairman Amir Peretz (2nd R) greets supporters during a rally at the Labour Party headquarters in Tel Aviv June 3, 2007. Peretz said on Sunday that he will support ex-security chief Ami Ayalon in a June 12 runoff for the party's leadership. REUTERS/Alon Ron (ISRAEL) ISRAEL OUT
ISRAEL-LABOUR/ELECTIONS
RTR1QEYU
June 03, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister and outgoing Labour Party chairman Amir Peretz (2nd R) jokes with a supporter...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz jokes with a supporter during a rally in Tel Aviv
Israel's Defence Minister and outgoing Labour Party chairman Amir Peretz (2nd R) jokes with a supporter during a rally at the Labour Party headquarters in Tel Aviv June 3, 2007. Peretz said on Sunday that he will support ex-security chief Ami Ayalon in a June 12 runoff for the party's leadership. REUTERS/Alon Ron (ISRAEL) ISRAEL OUT
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTR1QEBE
June 03, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L), Cabinet Secretary Yisrael Maimon (2nd L), Deputy Prime Minister...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert, Peres and Peretz attend cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (L), Cabinet Secretary Yisrael Maimon (2nd L), Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres (3rd L) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem June 3, 2007. Olmert said on Sunday that Israel's attacks against militants in the Gaza Strip had led to a drop in rocket strikes from the territory and they would continue. REUTERS/Gali Tibbon/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-LABOUR
RTR1Q78S
May 28, 2007
Ami Ayalon, an ex-admiral who headed Israel's Shin Bet secret service and a candidate for the Labour...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Ami Ayalon, a candidate for the Labour Party leadership, arrives at his headquarters in Tel Aviv
Ami Ayalon, an ex-admiral who headed Israel's Shin Bet secret service and a candidate for the Labour Party leadership, arrives at his headquarters in Tel Aviv May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Amir Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon.
REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q78Q
May 28, 2007
Ami Ayalon, an ex-admiral who headed Israel's Shin Bet secret service and a candidate for the Labour...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Ami Ayalon, a candidate for the Labour Party leadership, arrives at his headquarters in Tel Aviv
Ami Ayalon, an ex-admiral who headed Israel's Shin Bet secret service and a candidate for the Labour Party leadership, arrives at his headquarters in Tel Aviv May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Amir Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon.
REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6OF
May 28, 2007
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, arrives at a polling...
Kfar Sava, Israel
Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak arrives at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, arrives at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Amir Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6O9
May 28, 2007
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, casts his ballot...
Kfar Sava, Israel
Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Amir Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6O6
May 28, 2007
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, casts his ballot...
Kfar Sava, Israel
Former Israeli PM Ehud Barak casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, a candidate for the Labour party leadership, casts his ballot at a polling station in Kfar Saba near Tel Aviv May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Amir Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6N8
May 28, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) is escorted by bodyguards after casting his ballot at a polling...
Sderot, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz is escorted by bodyguards after casting his ballot at a polling station...
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (C) is escorted by bodyguards after casting his ballot at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6N7
May 28, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (2nd L) is greeted by a supporter while casting his ballot at a...
Sderot, Israel
Supporter greets Israel's Defence Minister Peretz at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot...
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (2nd L) is greeted by a supporter while casting his ballot at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6N6
May 28, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) and his wife, Ahlama, speak to the media while casting their...
Sderot, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz and wife speak to the media while casting their ballots at a polling...
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) and his wife, Ahlama, speak to the media while casting their ballots at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL/LABOUR/
RTR1Q6N5
May 28, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) casts his ballot for the Labour party leadership at a polling...
Sderot, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz casts ballot for party leadership in Sderot
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) casts his ballot for the Labour party leadership at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians.
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL-LABOUR/
RTR1Q6N4
May 28, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) and his wife, Ahlama, cast their ballots for the Labour party...
Sderot, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz and wife cast their ballots for the Labour party leadership at a polling...
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) and his wife, Ahlama, cast their ballots for the Labour party leadership at a polling station in the southern town of Sderot May 28, 2007. Israel's Labour Party is likely to choose a new leader on Monday to replace Peretz, the defence minister weakened by the costly war in Lebanon. The vote may also be a referendum on whether the traditionally dovish Labour should continue to support embattled Prime Minister Ehud Olmert despite his wartime failures and the current deadlock in peacemaking with the Palestinians. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1Q5FG
May 27, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) is escorted by a bodyguard upon arrival at the weekly cabinet...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz is escorted by a bodyguard in Jerusalem
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) is escorted by a bodyguard upon arrival at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 27, 2007. Palestinian rockets struck a southern Israeli town on Sunday and two people were wounded, a day after Israeli air strikes killed five Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (JERUSALEM)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1Q5FF
May 27, 2007
(From L to R) Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz, Welfare Minister Isaac Herzog, Housing Minister...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert and other ministers attend meeting in Jerusalem
(From L to R) Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz, Welfare Minister Isaac Herzog, Housing Minister Meir Sheetrit, Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert attend the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 27, 2007. Palestinian rockets struck a southern Israeli town on Sunday and two people were wounded, a day after Israeli air strikes killed five Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (JERUSALEM)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1Q37T
May 25, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister and Labour party chairman Amir Peretz shakes hands with supporters at a rally...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Defense Minister and Labour party chairman Peretz shakes hands with supporters near Tel Aviv...
Israel's Defence Minister and Labour party chairman Amir Peretz shakes hands with supporters at a rally in Or Yehuda near Tel Aviv May 25, 2007, ahead of party primary elections to be held on Monday. REUTERS/Alon Ron (ISRAEL)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1Q37S
May 25, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister and Labour party chairman Amir Peretz speaks during a rally in Or Yehuda near...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister and Labour party chairman Peretz speaks during rally near Tel Aviv
Israel's Defence Minister and Labour party chairman Amir Peretz speaks during a rally in Or Yehuda near Tel Aviv May 25, 2007, ahead of party primary elections to be held on Monday. REUTERS/Alon Ron (ISRAEL)
ISRAEL
RTR1PMZQ
May 13, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 13, 2007 marking the...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 13, 2007 marking the 40th anniversary of the capture of the eastern part of the city. Israel annexed East Jerusalem as part of its capital in the 1967 Middle East War in a move not recognized internationally. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL
RTR1PMYR
May 13, 2007
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a cabinet meeting in...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem...
Israel's Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (R) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 13, 2007 marking the 40th anniversary of the capture of the eastern part of the city. Israel annexed East Jerusalem as part of its capital in the 1967 Middle East War in a move not recognized internationally. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL
RTR1PFWU
May 07, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz...
Jerusalem, Israel
Olmert, Livni and Peretz attend a no-confidence vote at the parliament in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (C) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a no-confidence vote at the parliament in Jerusalem May 7, 2007. Livni said on Monday ahead of talks on an Arab peace initiative that turning it into a "take it or leave it" proposition would only lead to further stagnation in the peace process. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Mage (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-OLMERT/
RTR1PE7R
May 06, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (2nd R) and Defence Minister Amir...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert, Foreign Minister Livni and Defence Minister Peretz attend weekly cabinet...
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R), Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (2nd R) and Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L) attend a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 6, 2007. Olmert opted on Sunday against firing his deputy, Livni, saying they would continue to work together despite her call for his resignation. REUTERS/Alex Kolomoisky/Pool (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-PERETZ/
RTR1P9ZL
May 02, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company...
NATSRAT ILIT, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz attends a ceremony in Natsrat Ilit
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company that produces military vehicles, in Natsrat Ilit May 2, 2007. Peretz is considering stepping down as early as Wednesday over the criticism levelled at him, Israel Radio and Army Radio reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
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May 02, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company...
NATSRAT ILIT, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Peretz attends a ceremony in Natsrat Ilit
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company that produces military vehicles, in Natsrat Ilit May 2, 2007. Peretz is considering stepping down as early as Wednesday over the criticism levelled at him, Israel Radio and Army Radio reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
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May 02, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company...
NATSRAT ILIT, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony in Natsrat Ilit
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company that produces military vehicles, in Natsrat Ilit May 2, 2007. Peretz is considering stepping down as early as Wednesday over the criticism levelled at him, Israel Radio and Army Radio reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
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May 02, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company...
NATSRAT ILIT, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony in Natsrat Ilit
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company that produces military vehicles, in Natsrat Ilit May 2, 2007. Peretz is considering stepping down as early as Wednesday over the criticism levelled at him, Israel Radio and Army Radio reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
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May 02, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company...
NATSRAT ILIT, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony in Natsrat Ilit
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends a ceremony commemorating the 40th anniversary of a company that produces military vehicles, in Natsrat Ilit May 2, 2007. Peretz is considering stepping down as early as Wednesday over the criticism levelled at him, Israel Radio and Army Radio reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)
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May 02, 2007
(From R-L) Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Transport Minister Shaul...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert, Livni, Mofaz and Peretz attend a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
(From R-L) Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a special cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 2, 2007. Olmert's future appeared increasingly in doubt on Wednesday after a senior member of his party urged him to resign in the wake of criticism of his conduct of last year's Lebanon war. REUTERS/Kevin Frayer/Pool (JERUSALEM)
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May 02, 2007
(From R-L) Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Transport Minister Shaul...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert, Livni, Mofaz and Peretz attend a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
(From R-L) Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, Transport Minister Shaul Mofaz and Defence Minister Amir Peretz attend a special cabinet meeting in Jerusalem May 2, 2007. Olmert's future appeared increasingly in doubt on Wednesday after a senior member of his party urged him to resign in the wake of criticism of his conduct of last year's Lebanon war. REUTERS/Kevin Frayer/Pool (JERUSALEM)
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April 30, 2007
A television monitor shows images of Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C), Defence Minister Amir Peretz...
Jerusalem, Israel
TV monitor shows images of Israel's PM Olmert, Defence Minister Peretz and former Chief of Staff Halutz...
A television monitor shows images of Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C), Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) and former Chief of Staff Dan Halutz during a news conference by members of the Lebanon war inquiry commission in Jerusalem April 30, 2007. The text on the screen reads in Hebrew "Winograd panel". Israel's Lebanon war inquiry commission levelled scathing criticism against Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in an interim report on Monday that cast doubt on the unpopular leader's political future. The government-appointed Winograd panel found Olmert did not have a "well-processed plan" when he launched the air, sea and land campaign last July after Hezbollah guerrillas abducted two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid, according to a segment of the report read out on Israeli television channels. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (JERUSALEM)
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April 29, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (2nd R) toasts with Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L), outgoing Chief...
Jerusalem, Israel
File photo of Olmert toasting with Peretz, Halutz and Ashkenazi during ceremony in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (2nd R) toasts with Defence Minister Amir Peretz (L), outgoing Chief of Staff Dan Halutz (R) and incoming Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi during the changeover ceremony for the Chief of Staff at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem in this February 14, 2007 file picture. The state-named Winograd Commission will publish preliminary findings on Monday analysing the first five days of fighting and Israel's decision to launch the war against Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas after they seized two soldiers at the border last July 12. Analysts say Olmert's political future may be decided in the wake of its findings, as well as Peretz. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool/Files (JERUSALEM)
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April 29, 2007
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 29, 2007....
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz attends meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) attends a weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 29, 2007. The state-named Winograd Commission will publish preliminary findings on Monday analysing the first five days of fighting and Israel's decision to launch the war against Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas after they seized two soldiers at the border last July 12. Analysts say Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's political future may be decided in the wake of its findings, as well as Peretz. REUTERS/Yoav Lemmer/Pool (JERUSALEM)
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April 22, 2007
Israel's Defense Minister Amir Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007....
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Defense Minister Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem
Israel's Defense Minister Amir Peretz arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem April 22, 2007. Israeli Finance Minister Abraham Hirchson, battling allegations of fraud and embezzlement at a previous job, is stepping down for three months, his lawyer said on Sunday. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will now have to find a temporary replacement for Hirchson. Israel Radio said Olmert himself may cover the finance post temporarily, or name an associate, Haim Ramon, a former justice minister. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
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April 18, 2007
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) poses for the media with Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz...
Tel Aviv, Israel
U.S. Secretary of Defence Gates and Israeli Defence Minister Peretz after a joint news conference in...
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) poses for the media with Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz (R) after their joint news conference in Tel Aviv April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL)
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April 18, 2007
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Israeli Defence...
Tel Aviv, Israel
U.S. Secretary of Defence Gates and Israeli Defence Minister Peretz during a joint news conference in...
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz in Tel Aviv April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL)
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April 18, 2007
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Israeli Defence...
Tel Aviv, Israel
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates speaks during a joint news conference with Israeli Defence Minister...
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) speaks during a joint news conference with Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz in Tel Aviv April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL)
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April 18, 2007
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) is greeted by Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz during...
Tel Aviv, Israel
U.S. Secretary of Defence Gates and Israeli Defence Minister Peretz during joint news conference in Tel...
U.S. Secretary of Defence Robert Gates (L) is greeted by Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz during their joint news conference in Tel Aviv April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL)
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