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Two days of hard fighting in the south: Israeli counterterrorist activities and Hamas rocket attacks (January 15-16)

January 15-16 were days of war for the Gaza Strip and the western Negev towns and villages, the worst since the Hamas takeover of the Strip (June 2007).
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The “Army of the Believers—the Al-Qaeda Organization in Palestine” has claimed responsibility for two attacks on the American International School in Gaza

The “Army of the Believers—the Al-Qaeda Organization in Palestine” has claimed responsibility for two attacks on the American International School in Gaza during President Bush’s visit to the Middle East. Other sites in the Gaza Strip associated with the US and Western culture have had to face similar problems
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The Israeli security forces seized six and a half tons of potassium nitrate at a West Bank crossing a few weeks ago.

The chemical is used in the homemade explosives industry. It was hidden in European Union sugar sacks and sent to terrorists in the Gaza Strip.
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Nablus continues the focus for terrorist activity in Judea and Samaria

Nablus continues the focus for terrorist activity in Judea and Samaria: in October the Israeli security forces detained a Hamas terrorist squad which carried out a series of shooting attacks in Samaria
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The Hate Industry: children and adolescents in the Gaza Strip kiss the corpses of terrorist-operative martyrs (shaheeds).

The Hate Industry: children and adolescents in the Gaza Strip kiss the corpses of terrorist-operative martyrs (shaheeds). It is part of the indoctrination to hate Israel and of the shaheed cult popular in Palestinian Authority-administered territories
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Palestinian Islamic Jihad operational-terrorist network in the Gaza Strip under attack:

in several strikes, the Israeli Air Force killed ten PIJ operatives. One was the commander of the PIJ’s terrorist operative wing in the Gaza Strip, others were important weapons manufacturers and commanders of rocket launching squads.
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