25,07,04 HA’ARETZ 1. FEAR IN SECURITY ESTABLISHMENT: RIGHT WING EXTREMISTS WILL CRASH PLANE ON TEMPLE MOUNT. Today: Large police forces to secure tens of thousands of settlers who will try to form human chain from Gush Katif to Temple Mount. 2. ANOTHER SUSPECT IN PASSPORTS AFFAIR: JEWISH CITIZEN OF NEW ZEALAND; REPORT: HE FLED TO ISRAEL. 3. SOLANA TO HA’ARETZ: UN VOTE – VICTORY FOR POLITICAL EUROPE. 4. THIS EVENING: SHALOM ORGANIZING REBEL RALLY; SHARON’S CONFIDANTS: WILL HAVE BOOMERANG EFFECT. HATZOFEH 1. This afternoon: Greatest protest in history of settlements to begin. CHAIN OF HOPE. Tens of thousands of Israelis to form human chain from Gush Katif community of Nisanit to Western Wall. When signal is given, all will link hands. Among participants: Daughter and relatives of Disengagement Authority Director Yehonatan Bashi. Police to deploy reinforcements in order to secure event.

Gush Katif residents met Bashi over weekend and attempted to dissuade him from heading Authority but he refused. 2. [PUBLIC SECURITY MINISTER] HANEGBI: FEAR THAT EXTREME RIGHT WILL TRY TO PERPETRATE ATTACK ON TEMPLE MOUNT. 3. SUICIDE ATTACK IN JORDAN VALLEY FOILED. MA’ARIV 1. HANEGBI: FEAR OF JEWISH ATTACK ON TEMPLE MOUNT. Public Security minister warns: Increasing threat that right wing extremists will perpetrate strategic attack in order to halt diplomatic process. But reassures: No pinpoint warning at the moment. 2. TODAY: HUMAN CHAIN FROM WESTERN WALL TO GUSH KATIF. This evening: Shalom’s show of force against unity government. YEDIOT AHRONOT 1. Struggling against disengagement – today: Settler chain from Gaza Strip to Western Wall. “JEWS PLANNING ATTACK ON TEMPLE MOUNT.” [Public Security Minister] Hanegbi: Extremists’ goal is to wreck disengagement. Likud rebels gathering around call not to bring in Labor. This morning: Sharon to meet with Silvan Shalom. Senior Shinui official does not rule out United Torah Judaism. ______________________________ EDITORIALS FROM THE HEBREW PRESS Both papers discuss the internal conflict in the religious Zionist movement over the appointment of Yonatan Bashi to implement the disengagement plan: Yediot Ahronot commends Bashi as, “a man with an outstanding Israeli biography, a real product of what the Religious Kibbutz Movement wants to symbolize.” The editors criticize statements made against Bashi comparing him to Nazi officials and say that, “If anything happens to Bashi or anyone else involved in implementing the [disengagement plan], it will be impossible to talk about ‘weeds’,” as Yigal Amir was described in the aftermath of the Rabin assassination. Hatzofeh says that Yonatan Bashi does not embody the religious Zionist movement and that he should not be given the power to damage a group that has been so prominent in the establishment and development of the State of Israel. __________ Yediot Ahronot, in its second editorial, clarifies an editorial from last Thursday, and quotes Northern District Police Commander Yaakov Borovsky as saying that he treats Arabs and Jews alike. Hatzofeh, in its second editorial, comments that Europe has always been anti-Semitic, and that today its anti-Semitism is expressed via anti-Israeli sentiments. The editors call on the government not to allow Europe to have greater involvement in the Middle East conflict since, “Europe was, and continues to be, the anti-Semitic capital of the world.” BPI.