The Global Jihad

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (August 15-21, 2012)

This past week terrorist events focused on two Grad rockets fired at Eilat, from the Sinai Peninsula. A network affiliated with the global jihad and operating in the Sinai Peninsula claimed responsibility for the attack. The Hamas movement, concerned that its relations with Egypt may be harmed, undertook several measures on the ground, including closing
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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (August 8-14, 2012)

This past week one rocket hit was identified in Israeli territory. In the northern part of the country an attempt to smuggle standard C-4 explosives and explosive devices into Israel from Lebanon was exposed. Following the terrorist attack in the Kerem Shalom region, the Egyptian army undertook a broad operation to deal with focal points
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The Gazan-based Salafist jihadi network Tawhid wal-Jihad carried out the terrorist attack on the Israeli-Egyptian border on June 18, 2012, in which an Israeli civilian was killed.

The Gazan-based Salafist jihadi network Tawhid wal-Jihad carried out the terrorist attack on the Israeli-Egyptian border on June 18, 2012, in which an Israeli civilian was killed. The attack emphasized the threat to Israel from the Sinai Peninsula and Egypt’s difficulty in governing the region.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (June 13-19, 2012)

Terrorist activities escalated in Israel’s south this past week. A terrorist squad which infiltrated into Israeli territory from Egypt killed an Israeli civilian, eight rocket hits were identified in Israeli territory. Hamas celebrated the victory of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate for president of Egyptian.
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Documents captured by the United States army in an Al-Qaeda safe house in Pakistan expose the ambivalent relations between Al-Qaeda and Iran.

Documents captured by the United States army in an Al-Qaeda safe house in Pakistan expose the ambivalent relations between Al-Qaeda and Iran. However, to further its own interests, Iran permits Al-Qaeda to use its territory to transfer operatives, funds and weapons to focal terrorist arenas in the Middle East and beyond.
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A document captured by the United States army at Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan

A document captured by the United States army at Bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan reveals connections between the Al-Qaeda leadership and the Army of Islam, a Salafi-jihadist organization based in the Gaza Strip
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