Israel - The Presidential Brief

The Current Situation In Israel And Palestine
Israel is in a situation unlike any other country around the world.
Israel has been fighting for its survival since it became a country in 1948. It
is surrounded by hostile nations that want to destroy or at least diminish it.
There is tremendous tension between the Palestine Liberation Members and Israeli
officials and citizens. There have been peaceful rallies and bloody bus
bombings. People in Israel today are unsure about preceding with peace
negotiations or standing firm in stopping present day terrorist activities.
Protests, shouting matches, and violent disputes between Israelis are common
occurrences. No one person, the college ...

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The leader in this battle against
Israel is Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement. Hamas uses many tactics to
achieve its goals of terrorism. These tactics include intensive
educational/propaganda programs in the West Bank and Gaza Strip areas. Suicide
bombings, riots, rock throwing, car bombings, stonings, and many other
destructive terrorist activities are also used periodically to gain news
attention to their radical fundamentalist beliefs. Since its formation in
1988 Hamas has vowed to do anything possible to halt the peace process which
they feel is unfair to Palestinians and other Arabs. The group is not condoned
by the Palestine Liberation Organization, yet very little concrete action has
been taken to stop this group. The philosophy of Jihad, or holy war, is the
basis for Moslem actions to obliterate all Jews from this area.

To the contrary, there are many Israeli organizations that have
dedicated their existence to preserving Israel and never letting it ...

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living under Israeli occupation in lands captured by Israel
during several wars, however, were not affected by the Camp David Agreement.
They remained very frustrated by what they considered Israeli occupation and
started a movement called the Intafada in 1987. This uprising generally
consisted of Palestinian boycotts, demonstrations and throwing rocks at Jewish
citizens in the occupied areas. Israeli police and soldiers often fought back.
These rock throwing activities and the use of armed Israeli soldiers to put down
the revolt drew tremendous criticism around the world.

The peace process continued. In 1993 Israeli Minister Yitzhak Rabin and
Palestine Liberation Organization ...

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