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Firefighters gain full control over Carmel fire

After 77 hours, fire that was raging across northern Israel finally contained; small blazes still burn in several locations; firefighters to stay at the scene to complete all extinguishing operations.

New photos document tragic last moments of bus caught in Carmel fire were published.
37 Prison Service cadets perished after their bus trapped in flames on its way to evacuate a nearby prison.
The images were taken by a amateur photographer and reveal the final moments of what may be the most dramatic moments of the wildfire that has been ravaging the Carmel since Thursday.

Gaza Hamas leader: Carmel fires are Israel's divine punishment.
Ismail Haniyeh says Allah is punishing Israelis for 'what they did,' during emergency prayers in Gaza City to ask for rain.

President Peres: Carmel fire disaster proves Jews, Arabs share the same fate.

Speaking at the funeral of a teenage

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Added: Dec-5-2010 
By: aydeo
Middle East
Tags: Firefighters, full control, Carmel fire, Hamas leader, President Peres, Palestinian firefighters
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  • the photos attached shows the defferent aircrafts from defferent countries which took place at the fighting efforts to put down the carmel fires, and also the photos of the last moments of the bus which had about 40 people inside it, before was cought in the fire.

    hezbholla was over joyed by their death but those men and women which died, where all prison Service cadets which was there only in order to help to evacuate the damon prison, which contains mostly security prisoners- meanning pales More..

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  • Drivers fault...RIP

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  • "The skies were suddenly filled with pilots and planes from twenty different countries," the president said, adding that, on the ground, came "fire trucks and firefighters from neighbors and [nations] far away %u2013 Greece, Germany, France, Britain, Italy, Cyprus, Bulgaria, the United States, Russia, and more."
    Including Turkiye, Turkiye joined this operation with its two planes.

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    • yes,indeed.

      ive read that it might end the last confrontation between turky and israel.

      israel and turkish diplomats have met in eruope in order to finish the conflict.

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