The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation February 1-15 , 2007

Accord (February 8) to stop Palestinian bloodshed and to establish a national unity government. The archaeological rescue earthworks which began on February 4 at the Mugrabim ramp (located outside the Temple Mount precinct) and the planned new bridge led to an extensive anti-Israeli propaganda campaign. The Palestinian terrorist organizations continued to violate the Gaza Strip
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Hamas spokesmen stress that the Mecca Agreement does not recognize Israel.

Hamas spokesmen stress that the Mecca Agreement does not recognize Israel. Although the Agreement does not meet the Quartet’s demands, Abu Mazen and Hamas expect it will be possible to market it to the international community with the help of Saudi Arabia.
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Initial analysis of the agreement reached at Mecca between Fatah and Hamas for the establishment of a Palestinian national unity government

On February 6-8 negotiations were held in Mecca between senior members of Fatah and Hamas. Among them were Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), the chairman of the Palestinian Authority, and Khaled Mashaal the head of Hamas’s political bureau.
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation January 16-31, 2007

During the past two weeks events focused on the first suicide bombing attack in Eilat, carried out by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Gaza Strip elements of Fatah. During January 30 rocket hits were identified in Israeli territory (most of the rockets were fired by the PIJ). On January 25 a new wave of violence
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation January 1-15, 2007

During the past two weeks events focused on the wave of violent confrontations between Hamas and Fatah, starting in the Gaza Strip and spreading to Judea and Samaria. In an attempt to stop the confrontations, Abu Mazen and Ismail Haniya agreed to renew the dialogue concerning the establishment of a Palestinian national unity government. On
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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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