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Nov. 26, 2007; 7:53 A M; PT

Prophets are Said to Have Become Active After Earthquakes - Recorded in The Old Testament

Historic Peace Talks To Begin At Annapolis:
It is to be the first time that Israel, a large group of Arab states and international envoys
from around the world will sit down together to try to relaunch a peace process.


Israel - At 11:20 AM on Tuesday, November 20, an earthquake in Israel registering 4.1 on the Richter scale shook the area around the Dead Sea where the earthquake was centered.

Two major fault lines under gird Israel: the Dead Sea Fault and the "mysterious" Carmel Fault. A recent report in "The Jerusalem Post" highlights the fact that Israel had not suffered a major earthquake since the year 1033, almost a thousand years ago.

"If we examine the records of the Kinneret and the Dead Sea over the last two millennia, there were relatively many strong earthquakes during the first 1,000 years and few during the next 1,000," said Dr. Shmuel Marco of Tel Aviv University, whose mission is to piece together the historical timeline of earthquakes in Israel.

Marco believes the Bible offers clues, noting that prophets are often said to have become active "..after the earthquake."

Ilana Teitelbaum—Jerusalem Post


Palestinian Press Office in August 2007 - Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas meets with
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (R) in Jerusalem.
Israel and the Palestinians have said they have made major progress in reviving frozen peace talks,
as U. S. President George W. Bush launches his biggest push yet to end the Middle East conflict.

Nov. 26, 2007; 10:53 A.M. EST


PRESIDENT BUSH: "Mr. Prime Minister, welcome. It's an honor to have you back in the Oval Office. Thanks for coming to the Annapolis Conference. I'm looking forward to continuing our serious dialogue with you and the President of the Palestinian Authority to see whether or nor peace is possible. I'm optimistic, I know you're optimistic, and I want to thank you for your courage and your friendship..."

PRIME MINISTER OLMERT: "Thank you very much, Mr. President. I'm delighted to come with my colleagues to -- another time to the Oval Office. This time it's different, because we are going to have lots of participants in what I hope will launch a serious process of negotiations between us and the Palestinians. This will be a bilateral process, but the international support is very important for us....

And I thank you for the efforts that you, President, made in order to make it possible, and the Secretary of State, together with us, in order to come to this point where from we and the Palestinians will sit together, in Jerusalem, and work out something that will be very good to create a great hope for our peoples."

"An elusive joint Israeli-Palestinian statement on the contours of future peace talks is within reach," a senior member of the Palestinian delegation said Monday, hours before a high-stakes international conference on the Mideast was to open. President Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert expressed hope that peace could finally be achieved.

"I'm looking forward to continuing our serious dialogue with you and the president of the Palestinian Authority to see whether or not peace is possible," Pres. Bush said after meeting with P. M. Olmert in the Oval Office ahead of the conference. Pres. Bush had a similar meeting scheduled with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas later in the day... "I'm optimistic,"  Pres. Bush said.

P. M. Olmert said that international support  from Pres. Bush and also presumably from the Arab nations that have also agreed to come to the conference in Annapolis, Md. - "is very important to us" and could make all the difference....

"This time, it's different because we are going to have a lot of participation in what I hope will launch a serious process negotiation between us and the Palestinians," he said, referring to the talks expected to begin in earnest after this week's U.S.-hosted meetings. "We and the Palestinians will sit together in Jerusalem and work out something that will be very good."

 It is to be the first time that Israel, a large group of Arab states and international envoys from around the world will sit down together to try to relaunch a peace process. Later Monday, the conference officially opens with a dinner at the State Department.

"We will reach a joint paper today or tomorrow," Yasser Abed Rabbo, a senior aide to Pres. Abbas, told the Associated Press. "There is a persistent American effort to have this statement."

Talks on the joint statement had faltered over a Palestinian desire that it address, at least in general terms, key issues of Palestinian statehood  -  final borders, sovereignty over disputed Jerusalem and the fate of Palestinian refugees who lost homes in Israel following its 1948 creation.

Israel has pressed for a broader statement of commitment to two states living side-by-side in peace. It has promised to negotiate the contentious issues, however, in the formal negotiations that are to follow the conference.

AP Writers Jennifer Loven at the White House and Muhammed Daraghmeh, in Annapolis, Md.



Nov. 26, 2007; 1:11 P.M. EST

PRESIDENT BUSH:  "Mr. President, welcome."

PRESIDENT ABBAS:  "Thank you ".

PRESIDENT BUSH: "It's good to have you back here in the Oval Office. Thank you for coming, and thank you for working hard to implement a vision for a Palestinian state....

We want to help you. We want there to be peace. We want the people in the Palestinian Territories to have hope. And we thank you for your willingness to sit down with Israel to negotiate the settlement...

The United States cannot impose our vision, but we can help facilitate. And the process will begin tonight at the State Department, and then on to Annapolis tomorrow. And I want to thank you for coming. Wish you all the very best."

PRESIDENT ABBAS: (As translated.) "I am delighted to have the opportunity to meet with President Bush after his invitation and this historic initiative that he launched to convene the Annapolis Conference. We have a great deal of hope that this conference will produce a permanent status negotiations, expanded negotiations, over all permanent status issues that would lead to a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinian people, an agreement to secure security and stability....

President Bush's initiative is a great initiative. We will continue to rely on his support and the support of the United States and his administration in order to achieve the intended objective. Thank you."

Source: White House News


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