The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

AND THE WORLD PAYS

Despite the fact that the Palestinians receive aid in amounts that other countries can only dream of, they are still pitied. Thus wretchedness has turned into an industry. Third article in the series
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The arrest of Fatah Tanzim operatives in the Balata refugee camp in Nablus, one of the major hotspots of terrorism in Judea and Samaria, prevented a suicide bombing attack in Israel

On January 7, the Israeli security forces arrested two Fatah Tanzim operatives from the Balata refugee camp in Nablus. The two operatives, Youssef Youssef Abd al-Qader Saheli and Darwish Nimr Darwish Shaf’i, were preparing to perpetrate a suicide bombing attack in Israel that was to take place within several days. In their questioning, they said
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation December 15-31 2006

During the past two weeks events focused on the meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen). . Ehud Olmert and Abu Mazen agreed to a series of measures to ease the humanitarian conditions of the Palestinians, centering around facilitating the passage of goods and people between Israel
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The uncovering of an operative infrastructure belonging to Hamas (in Judea) thwarted plans to abduct Israelis and use them as bargaining chips in negotiations for the release of prisoners.

In recent months, the Israeli security forces have uncovered a squad consisting of Hamas operatives in the Judea region. Instructed by senior operatives from the Gaza Strip, the squad members were planning to abduct a settler or a soldier in the Jerusalem area and use him as a bargaining chip in the negotiations for the
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation December 1-14, 2006

The Palestinian terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip continue to violate the ceasefire by sporadically firing Qassam rockets at population centers in the western Negev. However, the scope of rocket fire from the Strip has decreased, and there has been a sharp decrease in other forms of terrorist activity. Responsibility for most of the continued
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Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniya firmly positioned himself in the Iranian-Syrian axis during visits to Damascus and Teheran

Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniya firmly positioned himself in the Iranian-Syrian axis during visits to Damascus and Teheran. He made it clear that Hamas rejected Israel’s right to exist and supported its destruction by terrorism. He totally rejected the demands of Abu Mazen, the Quartet and the international community.
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