Hamas

The interior minister of the de facto Hamas administration describes the support his office gives the terrorist organizations operating in the Gaza Strip.

His description contradicts the claim the Hamas administration made to the Goldstone Committee, according to which it had no direct or indirect links to the terrorist organizations.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (October 12-20, 2009)

This week a small number rockets were fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip. Hamas continues its policy of restraint. The UN Human Rights Council in Geneva adopted the Goldstone Report and its recommendations. Hamas was quick to adopt decision, The Palestinian Authority said it would promote the implementation of the Report in international legal
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Palestinian, Iranian and international reactions to the Human Rights Council’s decision to endorse the findings of the Goldstone Report (Update No. 1)

After two days of deliberations (October 15-16), the Human Rights Council in Geneva endorsed the Palestinian proposal to adopt the Goldstone Report and its conclusions.
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Hamas recently broadcast a children’s TV show which specifically called for the slaughter of the Jews.

Hamas thus continues brainwashing the children of the Gaza Strip with hatred and the use of violence against Israel and the Jewish people, contradicting the moderate image it tries to market to the West.
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The struggle between Hamas and the jihadi-Salafist networks in the Gaza Strip affiliated with the global jihad.

On August 14, 2009, Hamas used military force to suppress the global jihad-affiliated Jund Ansar Allah (The Army of Allah’s Supporters) network.
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This year again Iranian-initiated Jerusalem Day was exploited for strong anti-American, anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic incitement.

There were demonstrations in Iran, the Arab-Muslim world and Western Europe. As opposed to previous years, the reformist camp used it for Green protest demonstrations against the regime.
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