News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (June 15 – 21, 2016)

Issued on 21/06/2016 Type Article
This past week Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip were relatively quiet. While the decline in serious terrorist attacks continues, popular terrorism persists. Palestinians threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at Israeli vehicles on Route 443 between Jerusalem and Modi'in, damaging ten of them. A Palestinian youth was shot and killed, apparently by mistake, by an IDF force deployed to the scene. The IDF Military Police launched an investigation.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (June 8 – 14, 2016)

Issued on 14/06/2016 Type Article
On June 8, 2016, two Palestinians terrorists carried out a shooting attack in a restaurant in a popular shopping and entertainment complex in the heart of Tel Aviv. In accordance with instructions from the political leadership, the Israeli security forces razed the house in Yatta of the Palestinian terrorist who murdered Dafna Meir on her doorstep on the village of Otniel on January 17, 2016. Hamas' military-terrorist wing announced the opening of registration for its summer camps in the Gaza Strip, expected to start in the middle of July, at the end of the Muslim religious month of Ramadan
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (June 1 – 7, 2016)

Issued on 07/06/2016 Type Article
This past week the trend towards a decline in terrorist attacks continued. Prominent were two shooting attacks targeting Israeli vehicles in Judea and Samaria. The Rafah crossing opened for the third time this year. On June 3, 2016, a conference was held in Paris to promote the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, attended by representatives from 29 countries.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (May 25 – 31, 2016)

Issued on 31/05/2016 Type Article
This past week a Palestinian terrorist, in Israeli illegally, carried out a stabbing attack in Tel Aviv, wounding an IDF soldier. At the swearing-in ceremony of newly-appointed Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, both the prime minister and new defense minister expressed their support for the solution of two states for two peoples to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (May 17 – 24, 2016)

Issued on 24/05/2016 Type Article
This past week a stabbing attack was prevented at the Ras Bidu roadblock north of Jerusalem. There was also a drive-by shooting at a bus near the village of Tekoa (Gush Etzion). The appointment of Avigdor Lieberman to the post of Israeli defense minister drew many public responses throughout the PA and Gaza Strip.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (May 11-17, 2016)

Issued on 17/05/2016 Type Article
This past week terrorist events focused on pipe bombs that exploded near the village of Hizma (north of Jerusalem), critically wounding an IDF officer. Nakba Day events in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip were held without exceptional incident.
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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a nationalist conflict between two peoples living in the Land of Israel: the Jewish people and the Palestinian people. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is more than 100 years old and has been given world-wide prominence. The roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict go back to the 19th century when nationalist movements gained momentum around the world, among them the Zionist movement and the call to emigrate to the Land of Israel to build a national home for the Jewish People. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict took a nationalist turn and grew after the First World War.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which at various times became the Israeli-Arab conflict, has been characterized by violence and terrorism since its inception, leading to extensive loss of life and property damage on both sides.