Hamas

Radical Islamic ideology versus governmental needs:

Dr. Ghazi Hamad, high-ranking Hamas activist, harshly criticized the movement’s since its rise to power. He harshly criticized the military takeover of the Gaza Strip, calling it “a terrible strategic mistake” and urged the Hamas leadership to deal positively with its errors.
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A suicide bombing attack in Tel Aviv was prevented by the detention of a Hamas operative which led to the discovery of an explosive belt

A suicide bombing attack in Tel Aviv was prevented by the detention of a Hamas operative which led to the discovery of an explosive belt hidden in the southern part of the city. Its existence was revealed by an intensive security forces operation in Nablus.
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Israeli security forces detained a Hamas terrorist operative in the Ramallah region suspected of planning a shooting attack against Israeli tourists in Amman in 2005.

On July 31, 2007, Israeli security forces and the IDF detained Hisham Hader Shakr, 25, a Hamas operative from the village of ‘Ein Arik (west of Ramallah). An Israeli Security Agency interrogation revealed that at the beginning of 2005, when he was in Jordan, he, along with Shadi Daba’a, both activists in the Muslim Brotherhood,
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Indoctrination for the coming school year: the TV show “Brilliant Children,” broadcast by Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV, featured a child whose special field was jihad (holy war).

Indoctrination for the coming school year: the TV show “Brilliant Children,” broadcast by Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV, featured a child whose special field was jihad (holy war). Such shows are a manifestation of Hamas’ effort to indoctrinate young people with its radical Islamic ideology and culture of anti-Israeli terrorism.
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A fierce confrontation is being waged by Hamas and Fatah for control of the Palestinian media and for news coverage from the Gaza Strip and Judea and Samaria.

A fierce confrontation is being waged by Hamas and Fatah for control of the Palestinian media and for news coverage from the Gaza Strip and Judea and Samaria. It is part of the overall struggle between Hamas and Fatah for legitimacy.
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Since Hamas took over the Gaza Strip, it has intensified its activities to impose an Islamic social code.

Hamas is careful not to represent it as a step toward establishing a radical Islamic state. The process is just beginning but indicates an increase in the Islamization of the Gaza Strip.
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