General Information

IDF force attacked and soldier abducted near Kibbutz Kerem Shalom (Update No. 2, June 28, 1 p.m.)

On the night of June 27 the IDF initiated Operation Summer Rains, a limited land and air action in the southern Gaza Strip.
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Suicide bombing attack at the old Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv

The suicide bombing attack carried out by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) at the old Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv murdered nine people: six Israeli civilians, a Jewish tourist from France and two workers from Romania. As of April 20, approximately 30 of the wounded were still hospitalized, two of them in critical condition.
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Palestinian Islamic Jihad suicide bombing attack at the old Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv

At 1:30 pm on April 17 a suicide bomber blew himself up at a fast-food restaurant on Neveh Sha’anan Street near the old Central Bus Station in the center of Tel Aviv. The Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) claimed responsibility for the attack.
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Suicide bombing attack near Kedumim settlement in Samaria

On March 30, at 9:50 PM, a suicide bomber disguised as an ultra-Orthodox Jew blew himself up inside a civilian Israeli vehicle en route to the Samaria settlement of Kedumim. Four civilians were killed in the explosion: the couple inside the vehicle and two hitchhikers. Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack.
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Palestinian Terrorism in 2005

The year of 2005 was characterized by a drop in the scope, “quality”, and deadly effect of terrorism, continuing the constant decrease since 2001-2002, the peak years of the current violent confrontation. The three main parameters that demonstrated the decrease were: The continuing drop in the magnitude of terrorism The continuing decrease in the number
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The Palestinian-Israel Conflict — Update October 1-16, 2005

The most jarring events were the two terrorist shooting attacks at the Gush Etzion and Eli junctions, which left three Israelis dead and four wounded.
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