Israeli PM to Announce Gaza Cease-Fire

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Israeli PM to Announce Gaza Cease-Fire: Israeli PM to Announce Gaza Cease-Fire Israeli PM Ehud Olmert is expected to announce unilateral cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas conflict, which started on December 27. Photo by BGNES

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is expected to announce unilateral cease-fire Saturday evening, according to a senior Israeli official, BBC reported cited by the Bulgarian information agency BGNES.

The undisclosed source is quoted as saying that it was anticipated the Israel's Cabinet would approve a ceasefire at a meeting, after which Olmert will address the nation.

BBC further informs that the ceasefire deal did not involve Hamas and was not clear how Hamas would respond.

Hamas representatives, reportedly, have said that they would ignore any truce unless their demands are met and insist that any ceasefire must involve Israeli troops withdrawing from Gaza.
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#17
Bill - 19 Jan 2009 // 03:45:34

Nellie:

"I haven't taken a bath in years! "

Now that you mention it, neither have I!

#16
xNELLIEx - 19 Jan 2009 // 01:49:02

Rolli

"Sorry MO, I am Catholic but I'm not a "hapless altar boy"."

Molega will be disappointed to learn this. He has this wet dream about you with your light green eyes being his hapless altar boy. Think about it - why would he move all the way to San Francisco, the gay capital of the world and so much further away from his beloved Bulgaria? But it is not your fault he is into altar boys. lol

#15
xNELLIEx - 19 Jan 2009 // 01:45:01

Bill

"That depends upon whose bath and who else is there!"

HAHAHAHA! Bill, you are making me blush! I haven't taken a bath in years! I am a shower kind of girl. You are starting to get good at flirting and sexual innuendos! lol

#14
Rollingstoned - 18 Jan 2009 // 23:53:26

"For all we know you are may be some raging S&M drag queen, sitting naked by the computer, sending Emails to God in-between bolts of torturing hapless altar-boys......

... I tell, ya nothing surprises me in people..."

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THAT doesn't surprise me either, MO.
Because that is why you emailed me ALONG time ago and sent pics of your "yacht" that is just a dinghy. The "person" you described...is YOU!

Sorry MO, I am Catholic but I'm not a "hapless altar boy".

There must be alot of them out there though and I'm sure you will find one.

If there IS a "God" I hope you just whither away die because you are pretty much, useless and disgusting.

#13
Kolegialen - 18 Jan 2009 // 23:17:39

"That's part of your problem. you DON'T know any better!"

You know, you are right.
For all we know you are may be some raging S&M drag queen, sitting naked by the computer, sending Emails to God in-between bolts of torturing hapless altar-boys......

... I tell, ya nothing surprises me in people...

#12
Bill - 18 Jan 2009 // 22:55:59

Kolegialen:

"if I didn't know any better---"

That's part of your problem. you DON'T know any better!

#11
Kolegialen - 18 Jan 2009 // 21:54:52

"That depends upon whose bath and who else is there!"

Lol, if I didn't know any better, I would think that this a bit of naughty humor coming from Bill;)))

#10
Bill - 18 Jan 2009 // 19:50:33

Nellie:

"Bristol is close to Bath, and that's a very nice little place."

That depends upon whose bath and who else is there!

#9
xNELLIEx - 18 Jan 2009 // 18:24:27

viking

"I was there 18 years ago and there were over 50-60 bookstores in this little town.
I did some research and there are still over 40 today."

You can read?!? WOW! Don't presume kolega can read. Bristol is close to Bath, and that's a very nice little place.

#8
viking - 18 Jan 2009 // 12:12:24

Ko,

If you have any free time, I would think a road trip to Hay-on-Wye, Wales might be fun. I was there 18 years ago and there were over 50-60 bookstores in this little town.
I did some research and there are still over 40 today.
Not far from Bristol, but they do drive on the 'wrong" side of the road!!

Have a safe trip

Don

#7
xNELLIEx - 17 Jan 2009 // 23:57:02

OK, correction.

Bristol is not that nice by English standards. It is 10 times nicer than Sofia.

#6
xNELLIEx - 17 Jan 2009 // 23:53:27

kolega

Bristol? Not that nice. Guza na geografiata.

#5
Kolegialen - 17 Jan 2009 // 23:52:10

fishbrain,
I will be in England next week!
3 days in Bristol. Is it a nice town?

#4
Kolegialen - 17 Jan 2009 // 23:45:41

BTW fishbrain,
next time you offer one of those "great" responses, make them about something other than yours truly, so that you can have some fun.
Otherwise it's all about me, and I already feel pretty good about myself.
Besides how many times can one repeat "sad" without depressing the rest;)))

#3
Kolegialen - 17 Jan 2009 // 23:42:24

I am doing it all for you fishbrain!
You got me babe;)

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