Hamas

Hamas has lately regulated the flourishing tunnel industry in the Gaza Strip.

Hamas is sending a message to the media that smuggling goods from Egypt is a way of lifting the Israeli “blockade,” ignoring the continued smuggling of weapons and terrorist operatives.
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The Israeli security forces detained a terrorist from Rafah who infiltrated into Israel through Egypt.

He was sent by Hamas in the Gaza Strip to abduct IDF soldiers to use as bargaining chips for the release of imprisoned Palestinian terrorists. The incident is a severe violation by Hamas of the lull arrangement.
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The Internet and terrorism: a week after AqsaTube was removed from the Internet, it returned in a similar format and with support from a Russian company.

An Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center examination revealed that on October 22 Hamas’s AqsaTube returned to the Internet a week after it had been removed.
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The Internet and terrorism: following the ITIC report on Hamas’s AqsaTube, it was removed by its French ISP from the net.

As a result, the site issued an announcement claiming it had been victimized by “Zionist-American pressure,” and stating it was currently making the necessary arrangements to return.
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Terrorism and anti-Semitism: Hamas spokesman accuses the Jews of America’s financial crisis.

In the spirit of classic anti-Semitism, Jews are represented as behind every crisis anywhere in the world. The anti-Semitic incitement is part of Hamas’s methodical propaganda using myths from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
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The Internet and terrorism: Hamas recently launched a new website called AqsaTube, an addition to its extensive Internet presence.

Hamas makes intensive use of its website network to wage the battle for the hearts and minds of its various target audiences in the Palestinian Authority and worldwide.
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