The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is a network founded by extreme American leftists and part of the campaign to delegitimize Israel.

The International Solidarity Movement (ISM) is a network founded by extreme American leftists and part of the campaign to delegitimize Israel. In the second intifada it specialized in hindering IDF counterterrorism activity, indirectly supporting terrorism. Its senior figures founded FGM, which plays a central role in the Gaza Strip flotillas. (full version)
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (December 1-7, 2010)

The situation in the western Negev heats up: this past week two rockets and a mortar shell fell in Israeli territory. Two Palestinian Islamic Jihad operatives planting an IED near the Gaza Strip security fence were killed by IDF forces. An IDF force was shot at near the Karni crossing, used for the passage of
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IHH leader Bulent Yildirim gave an interview focusing on the U.S. intention to designate the IHH as a terrorist organization and on the Mavi Marmara incident.

IHH leader Bulent Yildirim gave an interview focusing on the U.S. intention to designate the IHH as a terrorist organization and on the Mavi Marmara incident. Yildirim claimed “Zionists” controlled the U.S. and world media. He accused Israel of massacring the Mavi Marmara passengers and defended IHH assistance to Hamas.
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A convoy from India and other Asian countries left New Delhi to reach the Gaza Strip at the end of December. Among the participants are extreme leftist and Islamic activists who were joined by human rights activists. The convoy has links to FGM, which pla

A large Asian aid convoy called the Asia to Gaza Solidarity Caravan left India for the Gaza Strip with about 500 activists from 17 Asian countries, some of them Muslim.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (November 23-30, 2010)

Senior Palestinian figures continue criticizing the incentive package proposed by the United States to Israel in return for freezing construction in the settlements. During a Fatah Revolutionary Council meeting, Mahmoud Abbas again stated that if the negotiations failed, the Palestinians would appeal to the United States and the United Nations to recognize a Palestinian state
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Terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip have recently once again made use of phosphorus-containing 120-mm mortar shells

On November 19, a phosphorus-containing mortar shell was fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip. It was part of an unusual attack consisting of four rockets and seven mortar shells, which may have been fired in response to the killing of Islam Yassin, an Army of Islam operative who was planning to abduct Israelis in
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