HEADLINES FROM THE HEBREW PRESS

HA’ARETZ 1. TODAY: [POLICE INSPECTOR-GENERAL] KARADI TO DEMAND THAT GOVERNMENT MAKE WAR ON VIOLENCE A PREFERRED NATIONAL GOAL. 2. IN DUBLIN, ISRAEL LOOKED LIKE LIVERPOOL. 2-2 draw in dramatic game between Ireland and Israel. 3. ABU MAZEN POSTPONES INDEFINITELY POSTPONES PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. HATZOFEH 1. Chabad hassidim briefly blocked Highway #1 last night. RIGHT-WING ACCUSES: AGENTS PROVOCATEURS ORGANIZING HIGHWAY BLOCKINGS. “National Home” members: We didn’t issue calls to block highways that were made in our name. Appeal against three-week detention of girls for blocking highways. 2. ISRAEL-IRELAND – 2:2. 3. SOLDIER LOSES EYE IN VIOLENT RIOTS AGAINST SEPARATION FENCE. 4. ABU MAZEN DECIDES TO POSTPONE PALESTINIAN PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS – HAMAS OUTRAGED. 5. SHARON AND ABU MAZEN TO MEET AT PM’S HOME IN JERUSALEM. 6. GIANT DEMONSTRATION AGAINST DISENGAGEMENT IN NEW YORK’S CENTRAL PARK. MA’ARIV 1. (.). 200 killed in road accidents this year. ORPHANED. (.). 2. DRAW THAT WAS LIKE A VICTORY. (.). YEDIOT AHRONOT 1. (.). STOP THE NEXT MURDER. (.). 2. 2-2 DRAW VS. IRELAND: WORLD CUP DREAM CONTINUES. (.). ______________________________ SUMMARY OF EDITORIALS FROM THE HEBREW PRESS Hatzofeh complains that IDF counterterrorism operations are being hamstrung by the political leadership. Yediot Ahronot decries the recent spate of murders in Israel. BPI-info