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A Palestinian woman chants anti-Israel slogans during the funeral of Hamas
founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin.

quences of this action, in terms of rais-
ing tension and making it harder to pur-
sue peace efforts — those are things of
concern to us."
Earlier Monday, President Bush's
national security adviser, Condoleezza
Rice, had said, "Let's remember that
Hamas is a terrorist organization and
that Sheik Yassin has himself, personally,
we believe, been involved in terrorist
planning."
To bolster Israel's case, the Foreign
Ministry planned to put members of the
foreign media in touch with Israeli vic-
tims of Hamas terror attacks and their
relatives, Haarek6 reported.
Israeli officials suggested Yassin was
only the first terrorist leader on its hit
list. "Anyone in the Gaza Strip or West
Bank, or anywhere else, leading a terror-
ist group knows that as of yesterday
there is no immunity" Internal Security
Minister Tzachi Hanegbi told reporters
Tuesday.
An Israeli Cabinet minister said Israel
now needs to get rid of Palestinian
Authority President Yasser Arafat. "The
Palestinian Authority is slow to under-
stand that Israel will keep hitting all
those who carry out terrorist attacks and
are responsible for harming innocents,"
Health Minister Danny Naveh said
Monday.
"The next stage needs to be getting
rid of Arafat and his gang," he said, and
then Israel should "extend its hand to a
moderate leadership that will rise up
instead and reach a negotiated peace."
On Monday, Arafat declared three
days of mourning in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip for Yassin and opened a
mourning tent outside his Ramallah
compound.
Egypt said it was pulling out of

planned celebrations of the Camp
David peace accords with Israel in
protest over the Yassin assassination.
Today, March 26, marks 25 years since
Egypt became the first Arab nation to
make peace with Israel. Before Monday's
airstrike, Egypt had agreed reluctantly to
take part in celebrations at the Knesset
and Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak
has tried to keep ties.with Israel to the
minimum necessary, particularly in the
last three and a half years of Palestinian
intifada. Mubarak scoffed when asked
how the assassination of Yassin would
affect the Israeli-Palestinian peace
process. "What peace? The world's on
fire," he said.
In the streets of Israel, people were
tense. "I think it was the right thing to
do," said Merav Donin, 30 a clerk at a
spiritual therapy store. 'Although I am
not for killing people, Yassin was a mur-
derer and it had to be done."
Echoing the view expressed by several
political observers, Donin said, "In the
short term, we are going to be hit back,
but it won't be any worse than what we
are already going through today." .
Eyal Tabib, a philosophy student, said
another terrorist would just take Yassin's
place. "It concerns me because many
people, many families, are about to suf-
fer now," he said.
Roni Avraham, a merchant at the
Mahane Yehuda outdoor market in
Jerusalem, said the market was quiet
after the killing. "Today, there is no one
at the souk," he told Army Radio.
"Those who do come buy what they
need and quickly leave. There is tension
in the air and people feel like something
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