From the record of Israeli terrorism.
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Published by The Service in [Cairo] .
Written in English


  • Arab-Israeli conflict

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Edition Notes

StatementArab Republic of Egypt, Ministry of Information, State Information Service.
LC ClassificationsDS119.7 .H383
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. ;
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5180759M
LC Control Number74960101

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From the day of its founding, Israel has been under attack—with tanks, rockets, and horrific terrorism against civilians. But despite it all, the Jewish State remained unbowed, and its democracy has become stronger as its adversaries have sunk deeper into poverty, political chaos, and totalitarian depravity/5(49). A clue to this book’s importance is the fierce campaign waged by the Zionist movement against it and its author this book documents how the Israeli state was born in a wave of terror that makes Palestinian guerrilla groups seem like children at play it is because the Zionists are unable to attack the message that they are forced to attack the messenger.". In addition, one learns very little from this study about the impact that Jewish terrorism has had on its perpetrators, its victims and the Israeli polity at large. Lastly, the volume lacks a bibliography of sources. In light of the rather limited scope of this study, the definitive book on Jewish terrorism . Terrorism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict 29 agent: if it is a legitimate goal such as national liberation, it cannot be terrorism. In their book, "terrorists fighting for freedom" is a contradiction in terms. Israelis, on their part, are assuming that it is the identity of the agent.

The State of Israel has been accused of being a state-sponsor of terrorism, and also committing acts of state terrorism. [2] Several sovereign countries have at some point officially alleged that Israel is a proponent of state-sponsored terrorism, including Bolivia, [3] Iran, Lebanon, [4] Saudi Arabia, [5] Syria, [6] Turkey, [7] and Yemen.   The blood wedding video was a shock to Israeli society and its political leadership, and people from across the spectrum condemned it, as they now fear that Jewish terrorism, sponsored by. Terrorism Index in Israel averaged from until , reaching an all time high of in and a record low of in Israel Terrorism Index - values, historical data and charts - was last updated on October of source: Institute for Economics and Peace. Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.

Consequently, the narrative holds, the conflict escalated into the Arab-Israeli wars of , , , and , all begun or provoked by continuing Arab rejectionism, terrorism, and. The first edition of this book appeared when the Middle East and the United States were preoccupied with the Egyptian-Israeli negotiations that led to the Camp David Accords and the Egyptian-Israeli treaty of March 1 , and with the Israeli Invasion of South Lebanon of March   The shocking massacre was, at the time, the bloodiest outbreak of settler terrorism Israelis and Palestinians had ever seen. Less than two years later, . "The record of Israeli terrorism goes back to the origins of the state—indeed, long before—including the massacre of civilians and brutal expulsion of seventy thousand others from Lydda and Ramle in July ; the massacre of hundreds of others at the undefended village of Doueimah near Hebron in October ; the slaughters in Quibya.