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An extensive anti-Israeli propaganda campaign called “Israeli Apartheid Week” will take place across Europe and North America in March 2011.

An extensive anti-Israeli propaganda campaign called “Israeli Apartheid Week” will take place across Europe and North America in March 2011. Going back to the Durban Conference (2001), it aims to brand Israel as a racist state that should be boycotted until its collapse as happened with the South African apartheid regime.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 26-February 1, 2011)

In view of the uprising in Egypt, prominent this past week were the three rockets fired into Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip. Throughout January the high level of rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip continued (15 hits). Hamas is following the events in Egypt closely while keeping a low media profile.
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Germany banned the distribution of the anti-Israeli movie “Valley of the Wolves: Palestine,” which was supposed to premiere on January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

After the Turkish company appealed, the movie was limited to audiences 18 years old and older. Other European countries are considering banning the movie.
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News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (January 19-25, 2011)

Hamas continues its policy of rocket fire restraint and made efforts to enforce the policy on the other terrorist organizations. However, one rocket hit was identified in the western Negev. Al-Jazeera TV leaked documents dealing with the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority
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A Turkish anti-Israeli film titled Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (to be released on January 28) portrays the Mavi Marmara incident as a premeditated attack by the IDF on innocent people.

A Turkish anti-Israeli film titled Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (to be released on January 28) portrays the Mavi Marmara incident as a premeditated attack by the IDF on innocent people. Germany protested the screening of the film in its territory and the timing chosen for its premiere (Holocaust Remembrance Day).
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The Turkish IHH, which has a record of supporting terrorist groups, has close relations with Turkey’s AKP government. The Turkish regime gave it governmental support, including logistic and political propaganda assistance for the Mavi Marmara flotilla.

The Turkish IHH, the moving spirit behind the flotilla which ended in the violent confrontation aboard the Mavi Marmara, has close relations with the upper echelons of the Turkish regime, sharing a similar radical Islamic ideology.
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