Incitement and Delegitimization

News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 19-26, 2010)

This past week rocket and mortar shells were fired sporadically from the Gaza Strip into the western Negev. The Palestinian Authority maintained its refusal to re-launch negotiations, lowered its expectations and focused its efforts on trying to convince the Europeans to exert pressure on Israel.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 12-19, 2010)

This week terrorist events focused on the attempted attack on a convoy of Israeli diplomats in Jordan, employing an IED detonated along their route. There were no casualties.. In the Gaza Strip, Hamas continues its policy of restraint and enforces it on the other terrorist organizations. The de facto Hamas administration is preparing to present
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An additional “routine” wave (devoid of any concrete grounds) of anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli incitement on official Egyptian media

In the second half of April, the Egyptian official press has made several vicious, spiteful attacks against Israel in several malicious articles of anti-Semitic character published in the official government press (an article in Al-Akhbar dated April 18; an ongoing series of articles in Al-Ahram al-Massai, April 15-25).
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INTERPAL

Interpal is the most important Palestinian fund operating in Britain. During the last decade (and beforehand under a different name) Interpal helped transfer large sums of money collected in Britain and elsewhere to charitable societies and committees operating in the Palestinian Authority (PA) – administered territories. However, most, if not all, of those charitable societies and committees are actually Hamas-operated and therefore contribute significantly to maintaining the large-scale, local Hamas civilian (and terrorist-operational) infrastructure (da’wah). Consequently, Interpal was outlawed by Israel in 1997 and declared a terrorist organization in 1998. Furthermore, in the United States it was designated by Executive Order 13224 (August 2003) as an entity that “commits, or threatens to commit or supports terrorism.”
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