The Palestinian Islamic Jihad

Four wanted terrorists belonging to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad killed in Bethlehem

On March 12, 2008, four wanted terrorists belonging to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) were shot dead in Bethlehem by the Israeli security forces. The four comprised the PIJ operative leadership in Bethlehem and were armed with rifles and pistols as the Israeli security forces attempted to arrest them.
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Israeli security forces continue uncovering terrorist networks and attack terrorist operatives in Judea and Samaria involved in planning attacks against Israeli targets

The Israeli security forces and the IDF recently exposed a terrorist operative network and killed a number of senior terrorist operatives in Judea and Samaria. Important among them was a Palestinian Islamic Jihad network uncovered in the Bethlehem region whose operatives planned to plant a bomb on the railroad tracks between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
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The Hate Industry: children and adolescents in the Gaza Strip kiss the corpses of terrorist-operative martyrs (shaheeds).

The Hate Industry: children and adolescents in the Gaza Strip kiss the corpses of terrorist-operative martyrs (shaheeds). It is part of the indoctrination to hate Israel and of the shaheed cult popular in Palestinian Authority-administered territories
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Palestinian Islamic Jihad operational-terrorist network in the Gaza Strip under attack:

in several strikes, the Israeli Air Force killed ten PIJ operatives. One was the commander of the PIJ’s terrorist operative wing in the Gaza Strip, others were important weapons manufacturers and commanders of rocket launching squads.
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Rocket threat from the Gaza Strip, 2000-2007

The main objective of this study is to analyze the terrorist organizations’ use of rocket and mortar shell fire between 2000 and 2007, the years of the terrorist campaign initiated by the Palestinians (called the Al-Aqsa intifada).
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Three Arab residents of East Jerusalem were recently indicted for planning terrorist attacks for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Exploiting their freedom of movement in Israel, they were part of a plan to carry out a suicide bombing attack in Jerusalem.

On November 1, 2007, an indictment was filed by the Jerusalem district attorney’s office against three residents of East Jerusalem who had been detained by the Israeli security forces at the end of 2006. Two were Mamoun Abu Tir, 19, and Atallah Abu Tir, 20, both residents of Um Tuba in southeast Jerusalem. The third
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