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March 11, 2002
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Prime Minister Ariel Sharon convened the Security Cabinet to weigh Israel’s response to the latest Palestinian terror attacks. During Sunday’s meeting, Sharon said he had waived his long-standing demand for seven days of calm before talks on a U.S.-brokered truce plan could begin because an “extremely high level of terror” and Israel’s military offensive made “complete quiet” impossible.

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