The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (March 3-9, 2010)

Issued on 09/03/2010 Type Article
The western Negev was quiet this week as well. Violent demonstrations continued in several locations in Judea and Samaria, which included throwing stones at IDF forces. The peak of the incidents took place on the Temple Mount, where for the first time in many years stones were thrown at Jewish worshippers at the Wailing Wall On March 8, the US administration announced that Israel and the PA had agreed to resume the political process through proximity talks.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (February 24 – March 2, 2010)

Issued on 02/03/2010 Type Article
Riots and public disturbances continued in Hebron this past week, a response to the Israeli government’s declaration of the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb as national heritage sites. The riots spread to the Temple Mount and various neighborhoods of East Jerusalem. The leaders of Hezbollah and Hamas met with top-ranking Iranian and Syrian figures during Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s visit to Damascus and during the Palestinian solidarity conference held in Tehran. Ahmadinejad exploited the events to call for the destruction of the State of Israel (“the Zionist entity”) and the establishment of a “Middle East without Zionism.”
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (February,17-23 2010)

Issued on 23/02/2010 Type Article
This past week the western Negev was quiet. In Judea and Samaria there was an increase in the number of Israeli vehicles attacked with stones and Molotov cocktails.
The decision of the Israeli government to include the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb in a project for the preservation of national heritage sites led to a wave of violent protests
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (February 10-16, 2010)

Issued on 16/02/2010 Type Article
An IDF soldier sitting in his car near the Tapuah junction in Samaria was stabbed and killed by a terrorist who served as an officer in the Palestinian police force.
Sporadic rocket fire continued into the western Negev this past week.
It can now be revealed that in December 2009 the Israeli security forces prevented an attempt by Hamas to place IEDs in crowded locations in Israel
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (February 2-9, 2010)

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This past week sporadic rocket fire continued from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory. Two rocket hits were identified in open areas near Israeli villages. In response the Israeli Air Force attacked targets in the southern Gaza Strip.
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas will respond positively to the American suggestion to indirect negotiations with Israel by means of proximity talks.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 26-February 2, 2010)

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This week barrels of explosives were discovered on the Ashqelon and Ashdod beaches. Apparently the terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip were planning to blow them up near an Israeli Navy boat.
The western Negev was quiet
Senior Hamas legal figures presented the main arguments of Hamas’ response to the Goldstone Report.
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Information on The Israeli Palestinian Conflict
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."