The Global Jihad

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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On the eve of President Bush’s visit to Israel, two rockets were fired from Lebanon on the Israeli town of Shlomi.

Furthermore, an explosive charge was activated against a UNIFIL force to the north of Sidon. It appears that these attacks were perpetrated by terrorist elements associated with the global jihad, and not by Hezbollah.
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Achievement for Fuad Siniora’s government:

Victory over Fatah al-Islam, the Al-Qaeda branch in Lebanon, after three and a half months of battles. The Lebanese army completed its takeover of the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in north Lebanon, which for the past year was a center for global jihad activities.
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In a recent tape recording, Osama bin Laden’s deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri promised Hamas support if it did not deviate from the path of radical Islam and jihad. He also promised financial and military support from Al-Qaeda.

In a recent tape recording, Osama bin Laden’s deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri promised Hamas support if it did not deviate from the path of radical Islam and jihad. He also promised financial and military support from Al-Qaeda. Hamas dismissed the offer for fear of further complications with the Arab-Muslim world.
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The meaning of the term “Islamic emirate”, used by Abu Mazen and official Palestinian and Egyptian media to refer to the political entity formed in the Gaza Strip following the Hamas takeover

The Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip (June 2007) created a radical Islamic political entity with characteristics not unlike those of a sovereign state. It is home to about 1.4 million Palestinians living in poverty and without any real economic infrastructure.
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Rockets fired on Kiryat Shmona for the first time since the second Lebanon war

On June 17, 2007, three rockets were fired from the Taybeh-Addayseh region on Kiryat Shmona – the first such incident since the second Lebanon war. There were no casualties; however, some property was damaged. Hezbollah denied any involvement in the attack. It is our assessment that that provocative attack was perpetrated by elements related to
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