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Last week, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, in response to a major rocket bombardment of southern Israel, said the IDF should reoccupy the Gaza Strip so that the Israeli government could effectively defend its citizens, even if it jeopardized peace talks with the Palestinians.
It said that Barak has no legal authority to allow the settlers to reoccupy the building before such an appeal process takes place and a final decision is issued by the Israeli High Court.
Likewise, the less-visible returning warblers will be pleased to reoccupy their former territories.
Likewise, the less visible returning warblers will be pleased to reoccupy their former territories.
The upshot of the whole debacle was a morale-sapping total withdrawal from the area regained which would allow the Taliban to reoccupy their lost territory within hours.
The Associated Press reported that the stepped-up ground offensive in Gaza indicated that Israel could be prepared to partially reoccupy the coastal strip less than a year after withdrawing all troops and settlements from the area.
One assumption that is not conservative is that people reoccupy these rooms for 12 h per day.
While a 15-story gash was carved out of the tower's facade by falling debris on 9/11, it was the torrents of poisonous dust, created and dispersed by the WTC's collapse that contaminated the structure and made it impossible for Deutsche Bank to reoccupy the space.
I chose--perhaps this had to do with being a female artist examining stereotypes of women--to reoccupy it.
However, Israel has been reluctant to reoccupy the crowded strip for logistical reasons and may find it difficult to defeat Hamas, which enjoys massive popular support in area.
Spain was ready to withdraw troops from the uninhabited island so long as Morocco undertook not to reoccupy it, she said.
IHT reports Defence Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer as saying Israel will not eliminate PA leaders, reoccupy PA-controlled territory or pulverise Arafat's HQ or the security infrastructure, no matter how much pressure Israeli hardliners apply.