HA’ARETZ 1. (…). EVACUATION OF THOUSANDS OF SURVIVORS FROM NEW ORLEANS CONTINUES. (…). 2. Israel-Hizbullah. PRESSURE ON ISRAEL TO RETURN BODY OF HIZBULLAH FIGHTER. 3. SHARON’S CONFIDANTS: HE WILL NOT DECLARE THAT HE WILL STAY IN LIKUD. 4. THEY HUNG POSTERS AND WERE ARRESTED. Right-wing extremists arrested after hanging posters in favor of murderer Zada in Shfaram. HATZOFEH 1. High Court of Justice yet to decide on issue of demolition of Gush Katif synagogues. BARAK: “PALESTINIANS SHOULD CARE FOR SYNAGOGUES.” Thus said Supreme Court President Aharon Barak during High Court discussion on appeal against demolition of Gush Katif synagogues. State Prosecutor’s Office representative said that Palestinian minister told senior Israeli official that they have no intention of maintaining synagogues. (…). Decision on synagogue issue expected in coming days. 2. Struggle in Likud. ATTEMPT TO HALT SPLIT IN MOVEMENT. Likud ministers raised compromise proposal – February primaries and commitment by Sharon to remain come what may. 3. Struggle for Pollard. REQUEST – “PRISONER OF ZION” STATUS. Today: High Court of Justice discussion of motion to order Government to declare Jonathan Pollard a “prisoner of Zion.” 4. YAACOV TOREN – NEXT DEFENSE MINISTRY DIRECTOR-GENERAL. 5. PROPOSAL – CAMERAS ON TEMPLE MOUNT AGAINST DISTURBANCES. MA’ARIV 1. (…). APARTMENT PRICES RISING DESPITE REAL ESTATE CRISIS. (…). 2. Worrying data in Israel. JUMP IN NUMBER OF NEW AIDS CARRIERS. 3. Expose: SAM SCHECHTER IS AMERICAN MILLIONAIRE WHO IS TRYING TO OUST SHARON. YEDIOT AHRONOT 1. (…). THIS HOW WE WILL FIGHT VIOLENCE. (…). 2. RED PANDA IN JERUSALEM. Rare small bear comes to Biblical Zoo from Singapore. ______________________________ SUMMARY OF EDITORIALS FROM THE HEBREW PRESS Hatzofeh calls for Gush Katif evacuees currently being housed in hotels to be resettled as quickly as possible. Yediot Ahronot discusses the controversy over the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts in the US. Yediot Ahronot, in its second editorial, refers to the controversy over radiation from cellular telephone antennas. BPI-info