The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

IDF force attacked and soldier abducted near Kibbutz Kerem Shalom

At about 5:30 a.m. on Sunday morning, June 25, a group of seven Hamas and Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) terrorists attacked an IDF force close to Kibbutz Kerem Shalom. During the attack an Israeli soldier was abducted and removed to the Gaza Strip.
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Rabid anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic incitement on Hamas-owned media

The Hamas movement places a great deal of importance on the campaign over public opinion. It therefore allocates many resources in manpower and funds towards the operation of various media the contents of which it controls (newspapers, television, radio, Internet). These media assist Hamas in spreading its militant messages, preaching terrorism and hatred against Israel,
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation June 1-14, 2006

During the first half of June, the amount of rocket fire aimed at Sderot and the western Negev population centers increased due to renewed Hamas rocket-launching. The IDF continued its forceful counterterrorist activities, hitting a number of terrorist squads on their way to launch rockets. They killed Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) leader Jamal Abu Samhadana,
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Terrorism and Internet: an examination of Hamas’s websites and the hosting providers used by them

The Hamas movement places significant importance on disseminating its messages through the Internet. These are distributed to various target audiences in the Palestinian Authority administered territories and across the Arab/Muslim world. Over the years, the Hamas invested large sums of money into the creation of an extensive Internet infrastructure, which includes over 20 websites in
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Jamal Abu Samhadana was killed in an air strike on a Popular Resistance Committees training base in the Gaza Strip.

Abu Samhadana, the organization’s leader, had a long record of bloody terrorist attacks against Israel and was recently appointed by the Hamas government as general supervisor of the interior ministry and the police force.
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Abu Mazen declared that on July 26 he would submit the prisoners’ document to a national referendum

Abu Mazen declared that on July 26 he would submit the prisoners’ document to a national referendum, which Hamas strongly rejects. He views it as a means to strengthen his position vis-à-vis Hamas and hopes it will show Israel and the international community he can be a partner for negotiations
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