Middle East Correspondent
when the explosion took place. The green "Eged" bus was completely charred, with wires and metal window frames dangling from the bus, as shattered glass filled the street. Less than 24 hours ago, the Israeli forces killed eight Palestinians, including four workers executed in a nearby paint workshop. Until this moment, no one claimed responsibility for the attack in Jerusalem, as Israeli security and intelligence services continue the process of identifying the bomber. Palestinian Authority officials condemned the bombing. "This vicious cycle can only be broken by renewal of a meaningful peace process," said Palestinian Minister of Negotiations Affairs, Dr. Sa'eb Erekat. "Otherwise, violence will breed violence, bullets will breed bullets."
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Yasser AbuMoailek, a journalist and feature writer working for the International Press Center in Gaza Strip. He contributes to many circulations inlcuding the Seoul Times, as well as monitoring the situation in the Middle East, especially the Palestinian territories.
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