An Israeli border police officer, left, gestures as Palestinian parliament speaker, Abdel Aziz Duaik from Hamas, right, waits for a hearing at Israel's Ofer Military Court, near the West Bank city of Ramallah, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008.The court convicted Duaik of membership in Hamas. Duaik is the most senior of three dozen Hamas lawmakers arrested by Israel in 2006 following the capture of an Israeli soldier by Hamas-allied militants in Gaza.
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A wounded Palestinian is taken for treatment at Al-Najar hospital in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, after an Israeli airstrike killed two Palestinians and wounded four, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008. An Israeli airstrike in the southern Gaza Strip killed two Palestinians Tuesday, dealing a new blow to efforts to restore a fraying cease-fire. The army said it attacked a group of militants who had fired mortar shells at Israeli troops from the area. But Palestinian medical officials identified the dead as civilians, a pair of teenage brothers who were struck outside their house.
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People check the body of a Palestinian after he was killed by an Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip December 2, 2008. The Israeli air strike killed two Palestinians on Tuesday in the southern Gaza Strip, where mortar bombs were fired at Israel earlier, witnesses and hospital officials said. The Israeli army confirmed the air strike in the town of Rafah, which wounded two people, and said militants had launched six mortar bombs across the border.
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Palestinian mourners carry the body of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades militant Mohammed Abu Daragh, 27, who was killed overnight in an Israeli army raid, during his funeral in the West Bank town of Nablus, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008. Undercover forces shot and killed Abu Daragh as he got into a car driven by a member of the Palestinian security forces, according to the driver, Naim Abdel Salam.
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A Jewish settler (C) throws stones at Palestinian houses in the West Bank city of Hebron December 2, 2008. Jewish settlers and Palestinians threw stones in clashes on Monday and Tuesday that injured five in Hebron where Jews want to stop the eviction of 13 settler families, witnesses said. Hundreds of settler supporters, mostly youths, have come to the Jewish enclave in the past week to try to prevent the evacuation of a disputed building, raising tensions.
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Lebanese schoolchildren carry Lebanese and Palestinian flags during a protest against the Israeli blockade on the Gaza strip in front of U.N. House in downtown Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008. Nearly 2,000 students marched toward U.N. house Tuesday morning and sang anti-Israeli songs before dispersing peacefully.
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Protesters shout anti-Israeli slogans during a protest against the blockade of the Gaza Strip, in Sanaa December 2, 2008.
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Schoolchildren from the al Rida and al-Mahdy schools, founded by Hezbollah, wave Palestinian flags and banners during a demonstration against the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip in front of the United Nations headquarters in central Beirut December 2, 2008.
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A Palestinian woman is evacuated after she was injured during clashes in the West Bank city of Hebron, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008. Dozens of Jewish settlers rioted Tuesday in the West Bank town of Hebron, clashing with the Israeli troops who guard them but who may also soon evict them from a disputed building they've occupied.
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Israeli soldiers stand near a burning Palestinian car in the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron. At least 13 Palestinians were wounded overnight as more than 1,000 ultra-nationalist Israelis hurled rocks at residents, homes and police jeeps in Hebron