The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

Summary of the Palestinian terrorist organization and Arab media reactions to the Jewish-Arab violence in Acre (Updated to October 15)

The violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs in the northern Israeli city of Acre prompted a wave of reactions from the Palestinian terrorist organizations, Hezbollah and the Arab media.
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Terrorism and anti-Semitism: Hamas spokesman accuses the Jews of America’s financial crisis.

In the spirit of classic anti-Semitism, Jews are represented as behind every crisis anywhere in the world. The anti-Semitic incitement is part of Hamas’s methodical propaganda using myths from The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict October 6-12, 2008

Generally speaking, the lull arrangement was observed in the Gaza Strip and no exceptional events were reported during the Jewish High Holidays. The average amount of merchandise delivered into the Gaza Strip from Israel declined owning to the smaller number of working days caused by the holidays, but there was no shortage of goods or
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Jerusalem as a focus for terrorist attacks: increase in terrorist activity in Jerusalem and in the involvement of East Jerusalem residents

In 2008 there has been a significant increase in the number of terrorist attacks carried out in Jerusalem with the involvement of East Jerusalem Palestinian residents.
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict September 28-October 6, 2008

This past week marked Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and Eid al-Fitr, the holiday which ends Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Relative quiet was preserved in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip during the holidays, with no terrorist activity worth noting. The crossings between Israel and the Gaza Strip were open, except for the
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The Arab world’s first reactions to Tzipi Livni’s winning the Qadima Party’s election

The Arab and Palestinian media closely followed the internal elections of Qadima (Israel’s ruling party) for party head. They covered Tzipi Livni’s biography, statements and cultural heritage (usually in a one-sided and biased way).
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