Marketing Terrorism

Terrorism and media: Bitter dispute within Al-Quds TV, Hamas’s satellite TV channel, which began broadcasting from Beirut seven months ago, led to the dismissal of an Algerian journalist.

He criticized the channel’s triviality and exposed its Iranian financing, also used for the directors’ life of luxury.
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The Palestinian Authority and Fatah improve their media capabilities by launching a satellite TV channel and a Hebrew website

The Palestinian Authority and Fatah have recently launched two new media outlets geared towards two distinct target audiences
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Internet and terrorism:

Internet and terrorism: a local terrorist network in the Gaza Strip affiliated with Al-Qaeda and global jihad was behind the failed attempt to perpetrate a showcase terrorist attack at the Nahal Oz fuel terminal (June 8). The network’s website is serviced by several companies, including one based in the US
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The hate industry: Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) continue to inculcate the values of hate and support of terrorism in Palestinian children, viewed by those terrorist organizations as a highly important target audience.

Hamas and the PIJ consider children to be a highly important target audience and the organizations’ potential future recruits.
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During Operation Cast Lead a promotional film was seized about a military academy established by Hamas named after Dr. Abdallah Azzam, Osama bin Laden’s ideologue.

Hamas turned him into a role model, although in practice the movement restricts the activities of the global jihad networks in the Gaza Strip.
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Iran increases its political and economic presence in Latin America, defying the United States and attempting to undermine American hegemony.

It also foments radical Shi’ite Islamization and exports Iran’s revolutionary ideology, using Hezbollah to establish intelligence, terrorism and crime networks, liable to be exploited against the United States and Israel.
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