The president Abbas, Olmert neglected him by saying in the Congress there is no partner to negotiate with on Palestine side !!
Today they bombarded PM office with air raids !! For Bush all is self defense, and the solution is simply to release the soldier, but hundreds of Palestinian women , as well as Palestinian children below 18 years , should not be released from Israel prisons !! That is American freedom and democracy concept ! Arabs must accept US concept if they like freedom and democracy!!
Really Bush is crazy and funny.
Associated France Press 2/7/2006
Israeli air raid hits Palestinian PM's office
by Adel Zaanoun
GAZA CITY (AFP) - An Israeli missile struck the Palestinian prermier's office in Gaza, marking a new escalation in the crisis over the capture of an Israeli soldier by Palestinian militants, security sources and witnesses said.
The witnesses said at least one missile struck Haniya's office shortly before 2:00 am (2300 GMT on Saturday), sparking a blaze that was swiftly doused by a team of Palestinian firefighters, the sources told AFP.
The strike hit Haniya's personal office but the premier was not believed to be in the council of ministers at the time. There were no immediate reports of any casualties in the strike.
Almost simultaneously, another missile struck a building housing a new security service created by the Hamas government as well as the office of a lawmaker from the Islamist movement, witnesses said.
One Hamas militant was killed and another wounded, medical sources said.
Israel has repeatedly threatened to target Haniya following the capture on June 25 of an Israeli soldier by three Palestinian militant groups, including the armed wing of the premier's Islamist Hamas movement.
A senior official from Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas' office had warned Saturday that Haniya's life could be on the line if a solution were not reached soon allowing the release of the 19-year-old Israeli corporal, Gilad Shalit.
"His life is at risk if the Palestinian groups do not free the Israeli soldier," a high-ranking official had told AFP on condition of anonymity.
"There are Israeli threats against Ismail Haniya through the media," the official said, adding that Abbas had not received any direct messages from the Israeli government.
Without explicitly singling out Haniya, Israeli officials have warned that those involved in militant acts against the Jewish state are not immune from possible attack.
Hamas "is not a government, it is an organization of killers with a leader in Damascus," Israeli Infrastructure Minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer said Thursday in reference to Hamas political supremo Khaled Meshaal, who lives in Syria.
"We make no distinction between terrorists. No one involved in terrorism has any immunity," he said when asked about any possible Israeli assassination of the Gaza-based Hamas prime minister.
Israel this week arrested scores of Hamas members including ministers and lawmakers and threatened to take further action if Shalit were not released.
"We view the threats against Haniya as serious," said Mohammed Dahlan, the Gaza strongman of Abbas's mainstream Fatah movement.
"We hope that nothing serious will happen to our brother Haniya or any other Palestinian official," he told AFP.
Israel has launched a vast military operation against the Gaza Strip in retaliation for the abduction of the soldier during a Palestinian attack on the Israel-Gaza border.
Since the start of the Palestinian uprising in September 2000, Israel has assassinated several top Hamas leaders, including spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin and Gaza's former political chief Abdelaziz Rantissi.
Around two weeks before the soldier was snatched, a leading member of Israel's governing Kadima party said Haniya could become a target of the Israeli military if he approves attacks by Palestinian militants.
"If Israel discovers that any Hamas official has given the green light to attacks, then there will be no one who enjoys immunity," Tzahi Hanegbi said in early June when asked if Haniya could be a possible target.
Hanegbi, chairman of parliament's foreign affairs and defense committee, said that a "confrontation with Hamas had become unavoidable" following the governing Islamist movement's decision to resume rocket attacks.
The resumption came in response to the killing of eight Palestinian civilians by an apparent Israeli shell on the Gaza seafront and followed a rocky 18-month truce.