Written by IPT News
A flotilla is determined to sail to the Gaza Strip this weekend in breach of Israel's naval blockade on the Hamas-controlled territory. This decision comes in spite of growing international pressure to stop the campaign, damaged ships and fewer passengers than expected.
Written by Ehud Rosen
The second flotilla is coordinated by Muhammad Sawalha, a senior UK-based Muslim Brotherhood figure connected to Hamas. Many of the participating organizations can be directly linked with the Union of Good (UoG), a coalition of European charities affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, which in ...
Written by Eli E. Hertz
On June 18, 2011 the New York Times published an OP-ED by its Columnist Thomas Friedman, named "What to Do With Lemons," suggesting to "update Resolution 181" and take it to "the more prestigious Security Counsel." Friedman's writing is so biased that it casts off Arab's aggression and terrorism to ...
Written by Shimon Stein
In his appearance before the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, the prime minister stated that “no one has the power to stop the decision in September at the UN General Assembly to recognize a Palestinian state. . . We expect to receive support from only a ...
Written by Rick Moran
Several hundred Palestinian and Syrian rioters rushed the border with Israel near the Golan Heights on Sunday, causing the Israeli Defense Forces to open fire to prevent infiltration of the Jewish State.
Other, smaller protests broke out in several places on the West Bank on what the Palestinians ...
Written by Alan Baker
There is no humanitarian emergency among the civilian population in Gaza, and hence there can be no justification for conveying emergency shipments intended to alleviate an emergency that clearly does not exist. Provoking a confrontation with Israel continues to be the primary aim of flotilla ...
Written by MEIR AMIT INTELLIGENCE AND TERRORISM INFORMATION CENTER
News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (May 25-31, 2011)
This past week one rocket hit was identified in Israeli territory (May 28). It fell in an open area in the western Negev. There were no casualties and no damage was done. It was the first rocket hit since April 18.
Written by Ariella Gottesman
Many years ago, I heard a speaker – a self-proclaimed Zionist – taking HaTikvah to task. In her opinion, it didn’t speak to the Zionist dream, the true feeling of the Jewish heart aching to return home, or the mission of Zionism. She suggested that The Impossible Dreamfrom the hit Broadway musical ...
Written by The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
News of Terrorism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict May 18-24, 2011
On the eve of Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu's arrival in the United States and during his visit, American President Barack Obama gave two speeches, one at the State Department and the other at a policy conference of ...