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Editorials ................................ 4A Op-Ed ..................................... 5A Calendar ................................. 6A Synagogue Directory ............... 7A Engagements ........................ 10A Scene Around ......................... 9A Classified ................................ 2B Issam Rimawi/FLASH90/JTA Palestinians demonstrate Sept. 11 against the high costs of living in the West Bank city of Ramallah. 9 By Ben Sales in paying P.A. employees. Thousands of tanyahu said in a statement on Sept. 11. protesters in Nablus and Hebron burned "We have made several changes in the TEL AVIV (JTA)--Could the Pales- tires and threw stones on Sept. 10, injur- taxation agreements. We are advancing tinian Authority's budget woes end up ing 50 people, certain transfers. We have also helped costing Israel? The P.A. Cabinet responded by pay- withPalestinianworkersandwithaseries GrowingeconomicprotestsintheWest ing employees half of their August of other steps in order to make things Bank could lead to increased regional salaries, cutting spending and low- easier for them." instability and perhaps even the end of ering taxes. And on Sept. 11, Israeli In 2009, in his policy address at Bar the Palestinian Authority, experts are Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Ilan University, Netanyahu had called warning. At this point, however, they announced the transfer of an advance "upon the leaders of the Arab countries say the protests are unlikely to result in of about $65 million to the Palestinian to join together with the Palestinians an eruption of violence against Israel. Authority. andwith us to promote economicpeace. The unrest began two weeks ago in "We are working on several fronts in Economic peace is not a substitute response to the rising cost of living in order to help the Palestinian Authority Palestinian cities, as well as to a delay cope with its economic problems," Ne- Protest on page 16A By Debra Rubin (JTA)--Don't turn off your phone--it's not an an- nouncement typically heard as religious services begin. But congregants at a Miami