The Palestinian Authority (PA)

The rocket attacks on Sderot and the western Negev settlements, although fewer, continue

The rocket attacks on Sderot and the western Negev settlements, although fewer, continue; the Hamas-Fatah ceasefire is maintained; the IDF continues intensive counterterrorist activities in the Gaza Strip, widening their scope to Judea and Samaria.
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The Hamas rocket attack on Sderot and the settlements around the Gaza Strip entered its seventh day as a ceasefire between Hamas and Fatah was maintained.

Rocket attacks on the western Negev settlements continue into their seventh consecutive day. During the past 24 hours 17 rocket hits were identified in Israeli territory, a slight decrease from previous days. One of them hit a restaurant at Kibbutz Nir Am. There were no casualties but property was damaged. On the morning of May
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The Hamas rocket attack on Sderot and the settlements around the Gaza Strip continues as the Hamas-Fatah confrontation in the Gaza Strip wanes. (May 17 Bulletin update)

The rocket attack on Sderot and the settlements around the Gaza Strip, initiated by Hamas and joined by other terrorist organizations, entered its sixth day. So far 132 rocket hits have been identified, about half of them in the Sderot region. The number of hits of the past three days has decreased in relation to
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Hamas rocket attacks on Sderot and the western Negev continue on the backdrop of the extremely violent confrontations between Hamas and Fatah in the Gaza Strip

Hamas’ rocket attack against Sderot and the western Negev settlements which began on May 15 continues. So far 74 hits have been identified, causing scores of injuries Behind the rocket attack is the significant increase in the violent clashes between Hamas and Fatah, which have caused approximately 50 deaths since May 13. Hamas dominance has
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News of the Israeli-Palestinian Confrontation May 1-15 (updated May 16, 10 a.m.), 2007

Events focused on the heavy volley of Hamas rocket fire which hit Sderot and the surrounding area on May 15. The attack was clearly an attempt to draw attention away from the internal Palestinian confrontations, the worsening anarchy in the Gaza Strip and the helplessness of the Palestinian national unity government, and to turn it
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The Army of Islam, a radical Islamic Palestinian terrorist group in the Gaza Strip, claimed responsibility for the abduction of British journalist Alan Johnston.

The Army of Islam, a radical Islamic Palestinian terrorist group in the Gaza Strip, claimed responsibility for the abduction of British journalist Alan Johnston. In exchange for his release, they demand the release of global jihad operatives, particularly Sheikh Abu Qatada (a Jordanian of Palestinian descent, held prisoner in Britain)
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