Fighting Terrorism

The attack at the Kissufim Crossing: the Palestinian Islamic Jihad manipulated the media regarding the use of a jeep camouflaged as a press vehicle.

The PIJ video was photographed before the jeep was camouflaged and made a deliberate attempt to mislead viewers and hide important facts. Abu Ahmad, a PIJ spokesman, also made a deliberate attempt to mislead the public, when after the attack he described the jeep as a “white armored vehicle similar to that used by the
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A Fatah-Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist squad infiltrated Israel near the Kissufim Crossing to attack an IDF force.

A Fatah-Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist squad infiltrated Israel near the Kissufim Crossing to attack an IDF force. The terrorists, who used a jeep camouflaged as a TV vehicle, may have planned to abduct an IDF soldier, if the opportunity arose.
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Moussa Abu Marzouq, Deputy Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau, admits that the Hamas government supports terrorism and confirms that the Israeli security fence in the West Bank makes suicide bombing attacks more difficult

Abu Marzouq admitted that “[carrying out] such attacks is made difficult by the security fence and the gates surrounding West Bank residents”. He stressed that the (Hamas) movement was powerless to extend any significant assistance to the West Bank, but that the actual happenings on the ground (the existence of the security fence and the
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Fatah-Tanzim and Hamas operatives detained in counterterrorist activity in Ramallah and Hebron

Fatah-Tanzim and Hamas terrorist-operatives were detained in Ramallah and Hebron in recent Israeli security force counterterrorist activities. The detainees had been involved in planning and implementing terrorist attacks, some of them deadly, such as suicide bombing attacks, an abduction and in planting explosive charges.
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Israel’s security forces detained Mus’ab Bashir, a resident of Deir al-Balah.

Israel’s security forces detained Mus’ab Bashir, a resident of Deir al-Balah. In his interrogation, Bashir admitted that he recently entered Israel to gather intelligence on Israeli senior figures to assassinate them. Working with PFLP operatives in the Gaza Strip, he used a Doctors Without Borders permit to enter Israel
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Hezbollah as a case study of the battle for hearts and minds

Hezbollah, “the party of Allah,” is a Lebanese Muslim terrorist organization, established with Syrian support in 1982 during the first Lebanon war (Operation Peace for the Galilee). Hezbollah’s ideology is radical Shi’ite Islam, and the organization serves as a tool to promote the goals of Iran and Syria, while at the same time it is
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