The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 19-26, 2010)

Issued on 26/01/2010 Type Article
This past week rocket and mortar shells were fired sporadically from the Gaza Strip into the western Negev. The Palestinian Authority maintained its refusal to re-launch negotiations, lowered its expectations and focused its efforts on trying to convince the Europeans to exert pressure on Israel.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 12-19, 2010)

Issued on 19/01/2010 Type Article
This week terrorist events focused on the attempted attack on a convoy of Israeli diplomats in Jordan, employing an IED detonated along their route. There were no casualties.. In the Gaza Strip, Hamas continues its policy of restraint and enforces it on the other terrorist organizations.
The de facto Hamas administration is preparing to present the High Office for Human Rights in the Gaza Strip with a report of its “investigation,” as requested by the Goldstone Report. It is another move in Hamas’ campaign to use the Goldstone Report to make political capital at the expense of the Palestinian Authority.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 6-12, 2010)

Issued on 12/01/2010 Type Article
This past week there was an increase in the number of rockets and mortar shells fired into Israeli territory. They were launched by rogue terrorist organizations contrary to Hamas’ continuing policy of rocket fire restraint.
The tension between Hamas and Egypt continued following Egypt’s refusal to allow most of the Lifeline-3 convoy into the Gaza Strip, and its continuing construction of the barrier along the Egypt-Gaza Strip border.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (December 30, 2009 - January 5, 2010)

Issued on 05/01/2010 Type Article
This past week sporadic rocket and mortar shell fire from the Gaza Strip continued targeting Israeli territory. On January 4, 2010, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas met with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Sharm el-Sheikh. President Mubarak updated Mahmoud Abbas on his December 29, 2009 conversation with Israeli prime minister Benyamin Netanyahu.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (December 22-29, 2009)

Issued on 29/12/2009 Type Article
This past week events focused on the shooting attack in which an Israeli civilian was killed. Two days later an IDF force entered the Kasbah (old city) in Nablus to detain the terrorists who had carried out the attack in Samaria.
Hamas initiated a media campaign in response to Egypt’s building a barrier along its border with the Gaza Strip (referred to by Hamas as “the wall”).
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (December 15-22, 2009)

Issued on 22/12/2009 Type Article
This past week two rockets fell in the western Negev. Hamas continued its policy of terrorist activity restraint.
The negotiations for the release of abducted Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit are at a crossroads. Hamas expects to be informed of the Israeli position to make its own decisions.
The PLO’s Central Council voted to continue Mahmoud Abbas’ term as “president” of the Palestinian Authority.
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The Palestinian Authority is a semi-autonomous entity which controls the Palestinian population in Judea and Samaria. The Palestinian Authority was established in 1994 with the signing of the Oslo Accords. Formally, according to the Oslo Accords, the Palestinian Authority also controls the Gaza Strip, but in reality it lost control in June 2007 when Hamas' violently took control. Since Yasser Arafat's death, Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen) has headed the Palestinian Authority.
The Palestinian Authority's status was severely damaged by the Palestinian terrorist campaign (the Al-Aqsa, or second intifada). Since it was unable and unwilling to prevent terrorist attacks from being carried out from its territory, Israel ended cooperation with it and most Palestinian Authority activities came to a standstill. Today the Palestinian Authority security forces maintain internal order and prevent terrorist attacks.
Many countries around the world give the Palestinian Authority some sort of recognition as a political entity, although most of them do not recognize it as a sovereign state. Some of them formalized their diplomatic relations and promoted their representatives to the status of ambassadors. Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas recently applied to the UN for membership. On September 23, 2011, he formally appealed to the secretary general of the UN to recognize the state of "Palestine."