JPost.com's most popular articles: June 26-July 2

Articles about Shalit's kidnapping have dominated the post in recent weeks.

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July 3, 2006 12:35
JPost.com's most popular articles: June 26-July 2

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JPost.com's most popular NEWS articles for the week of June 26- July 2: 1) Ground troops enter Gaza after Shalit kidnapping 2) Asheri shot in head Sunday immediately after abduction 3) Al-Aksa claims chemical capabilities 4) Peretz: Surprising diplomatic breakthrough may be possible 5) Hamas: Talk of prisoner swap too early JPost.com's most popular OPINION and FEATURE articles for the week of June 26- July 2: 1) Our World: Israel's rude awakening 2) Analysis: Lebanese rules of war 3) IAF chief tells 'Post': Scope of Gaza operation open 4) Background: The IDF is finally learning 5) Our existential struggle: A matter of no choice Previous weeks

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