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Jerusalem/JTA —The results of
local elections in the West Bank
suggest that mainstream support
for Hamas and kindred groups
like Islamic Jihad may not be as
widespread among Palestinians
as Israel and the West fear.
Palestinian Authority President
Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah factions
took 51 of 104 municipalities,
and Hamas lagged with 13. The
other municipalities were split
among smaller and independent
factions.
Hamas blamed Israeli arrest
sweeps in the West Bank which
whittled down its list of candi-
dates, but the charge was not
echoed by Abbas, who praised
the local polls as a fair reflection
of the Palestinian mood.

Jerusalem/JTA — Ariel Sharon
and Mahmoud Abbas agreed to
hold a summit meting later this
month. The Israeli prime minis-
ter and Palestinian Authority
president, who had postponed a
meeting scheduled for Sunday
because of instability in the Gaza
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Jerusalem/JTA — Israel imposed
a closure on the West Bank for
Rosh Hashanah. The ban on
Palestinian travel into Israel fol-
lows intelligence warnings that
terrorist attacks are planned,
police said Monday.
The Gaza Strip remains sealed
off since Israel quit the territory
last month. In a goodwill gesture,
the army allowed 20 trucks to
deliver food to Gaza, the first
such crossing from Israel since
the withdrawal.

Ship Accident

Jerusalem/JTA
Israel's biggest
shipping company said one of its
vessels was involved in a deadly
accident off Japan.
Zim offered apologies and
compensation to the families of
seven Japanese fisherman who



died in a collision with one of its
tankers last week near the north-
ern island of Hokkaido. Zim orig-
inally had denied involvement.

Aliyah To Israel Up

Jerusalem/JTA — Increased
immigration to Israel from
France and North America were
cited as the cause of a rise in
aliyah last year.
Since September 2004, 23,124
people immigrated to Israel, as
opposed to 21,604 the year
before, the first increase since
1999.

ADL Cited Miers

Washington/JTA — Harriet
Miers, President Bush's nominee
as associate justice on the U.S.
Supreme Court, was honored in
1996 by the Anti-Defamation
League office in Dallas.

Strong On Species

Washington/JTA — Jewish
groups expressed disappoint-
ment at the passage of a weak-
ened Endangered Species Act.
The legislation, which passed
the U.S. House of Representatives
on Sept. 29, removes several pro-
tections Jewish groups have
endorsed. "Jewish texts clearly
state that all species deserve our
wonder and protection," said
Adam Stern, director of the
Coalition on the Environment
and Jewish Life.
"Every species of plant or ani-
mal is thus understood by Jewish
tradition to occupy an ecological
niche in our interdependent, liv-
ing world."
The debate on the House floor
included several discussions of
faith and God.

`Virtual' Repentance

Washington/JTA — The Reform
Jewish movement's Skirball
Center for Adult Jewish Learning
invited Jews this year to replicate
tashlich, the tradition of symboli-
cally casting one's sins, via com-
puter.
The site is at www.adultjewish-
learning.org/tash.html.

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