The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

A record in Hamas’ violent suppression of Fatah in the Gaza Strip

During a memorial rally for Yasser Arafat in Gaza City, Hamas security personnel opened fire on the crowd. Seven Palestinians were killed. The rally was a demonstration of Fatah strength and a public outcry against Hamas.
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Palestinian children playing with plastic weapons, copying the fighting methods of the terrorist organizations.

The games are part of the education they receive in hatred and violence against Israel. The toy weapons are very similar to real ones and playing with them is liable to endanger the children’s lives.
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A terrorist squad fired a mortar shell from within an educational complex in the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip

A terrorist squad fired a mortar shell from within an educational complex in the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip and then took cover in the building: Another example of how the terrorist organizations use the civilian population in the Gaza Strip as human shields.
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Radical Islamic ideology versus governmental needs:

Dr. Ghazi Hamad, high-ranking Hamas activist, harshly criticized the movement’s since its rise to power. He harshly criticized the military takeover of the Gaza Strip, calling it “a terrible strategic mistake” and urged the Hamas leadership to deal positively with its errors.
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation October 16-31, 2007

Israeli security forces continued intensive counterterrorist activities in the Gaza Strip, during which two IDF soldiers were killed. The Palestinian Authority is planning to deploy 500 members of its security services in Nablus, the terrorism capital of the West Bank. On the political front deliberations continued between the Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams in an
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The detention and rush release of terrorists: the revolving door policy under Arafat

It was recently revealed that the Palestinian Authority released three terrorist operatives who planned to assassinate Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert during a visit to Jericho in late June 2007 (which in the end was cancelled). The three, members of the Palestinian security services and Fatah-Tanzim, were released after a few months’ detention despite the
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