Tag Archives: Second Intifada

“Two decades after a terrorist massacre in Jerusalem, the incident remains a necessary, if ghastly, reminder of the essential nature of a conflict that couldn’t be solved by Israeli concessions”

JNS The bombing of Sbarro’s and why Oslo failed by Jonathan S. Tobin August 10, 2021 …A little more than a month before 9/11, Israel suffered a terrorist attack that, while smaller in scale than the assault on New York … Continue reading

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20 years on, the memory of the Second Intifada still lingers

JERUSALEM POST The Second Intifada: A defining event that reshaped the nation by Herb Keinon September 17, 2020 The place names still send shivers up and down the spine. The police station in Ramallah; Jerusalem’s Gilo neighborhood; the Dolphinarium discotheque … Continue reading

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The Fake Palestinian Video that Cost Over a Thousand Israeli Lives

AMERICAN THINKER by Richard Baehr April 30, 2015 Two days after Ariel Sharon walked onto the Temple Mount on September 28, 2000, an alleged shooting of a young boy and his father at the Netzarim Junction in Gaza launched the … Continue reading

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Historic US terror verdict charges Palestinian Authority with $654 million in damages

JERUSALEM POST by Yonah Jeremy Bob, Frank G. Runyeon February 23, 2015 Ending a saga dating back to the end of the Second Intifada in 2004, a US jury on Monday handed down a historic verdict against the Palestinian Authority … Continue reading

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