Palestinian terrorism

FATAH LEADER Jibril Rajoub (right)
Terrorism is an unacceptable tool of diplomacy

The silence of much of the world remains deafening when it comes to Israel’s right and obligation to defend her people.

By RICHARD D. HEIDEMAN
15/07/2020
The US State Department’s clumsy calculus of Palestinian terror

Failure to properly count the number of Palestinian terror attacks necessarily minimizes their importance, suggesting that they and their victims don’t really matter.

Attempted ramming attack at the Kiosk Checkpoint near Ma'aleh Adumim, June 23, 2020
German magazine accused of anti-Israel bias, turns terrorist into victim

“How many Jews have to die for 'Spiegel' to name a terrorist as such?”

Palestinian children wearing Hamas headbands take part in a rally against US President Donald Trump
Comprehensive report reveals endemic hate education in Palestinian schools

Palestinian children are being primed for "a continuous and long-range confrontation against the State of Israel," the report found.

Islamic Jihad
EU pulls funding for Palestinian NGO refusing to disavow terror

"BADIL cannot abide by the General Conditions as they stand, and we are therefore obliged to consider your application no longer valid."

Palestinians protest against the Deal of the Century Middle East peace plan in Bethlehem, Jan. 2020
COGAT warns of wave of violence as annexation plans progress

The statements by Abu-Rukun come as terrorist attacks in the West Bank are on the rise after a lull during the coronavirus outbreak.

26/05/2020
AFTER THE IDF demolished it, Palestinians stand on the remains of the house of Qassam Al-Barghouti w
Is the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine back from the dead?

Behind the Lines: Iranian support appears to lie behind uptick in the terrorist group’s activities in the region.

Gazans wait to draw money from an ATM in Rafah
Banks prove to be 'weak link' in terror funding, close terrorists accounts

The decision came ahead of legislation set to take force on Saturday, which makes the transfer of 'pay for slay' payments to terrorists a criminal act.

Palestinian terror attack in Hebron
PA hiding terrorist salaries from donor countries in financial reports

In 2018 and 2019 the salary payments appeared in the PA's Budget Performance Reports, but this year they have disappeared, while spending on the PLO has shot up.

Aftermath of the 1981 Red Army Faction bombing of U.S. Air Forces Europe headquarters at Ramstein Ai
Three German left-wing terrorists on Europe’s most wanted list

Red Army Faction cooperated with Palestinian terrorist entities.

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