Israeli and Palestinian security officials have resumed talks suspended nearly two weeks ago in the wake of a Palestinian suicide bombing. Generals from both sides Sunday discussed plans for Israeli forces to pull out of five West Bank cities and towns that Israel re-occupied during the Palestinian uprising. After the talks, a senior Palestinian official said the two sides agreed to hand over Tulkarem to Palestinian control early this week. Israel has not confirmed what was agreed to. The withdrawals are part of a package of pledges made by Israel during an Israeli-Palestinian summit early last month. Also Sunday, Israeli security sources revealed that Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz plans to meet with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the coming days to discuss the Mideast peace process.