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    East has brought the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to the attention of the world. These terrorist groups use murder, bombs, threats, and other violent acts to get their way politically. Hamas, the organization that has replaced Fatah as the representative of the Palestinians, is a leading sponsor of terrorism. The Hamas are the leading reason there is not peace in the middle east as they strongly embrace terrorism. This group was created in 1978 and continues to expand its power today. It began as

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    HAMAS: A Conventional Terrorist Group?

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    HAMAS, an Arabic acronym meaning “Islamic Resistance Movement”, is the name of the socio-political organization currently in power over the Gaza Strip. For decades Jews & Muslims and Israelis & Palestinians, often one in the same, have fought for control over the region. Each have killed thousands of the other, destroyed infrastructures and used underhanded tactics to gain an advantage. Nations such as Japan, the European Union, the United States and (of course) Israel classify the group as terrorists

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    Resistance Movement, also known as al-Harakah al-Muqawama al-Islamiya (Hamas), has proven to be an extremely agile and capable terrorist organization in Palestine. They benefit from a deep-rooted sociocultural infrastructure, highly lethal tactics and a complex hierarchy of leadership, all of which have allowed the organization to prosper for over two decades. As where 90% of terrorist groups wither and rapidly falter, Hamas has been able to quickly adapt to the constantly changing political and

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    intelligence and the Israeli military have been battling Hamas for decades. Hamas is a well-known Islamic Fundamentalist organization that operates in the occupied territory of Palestine, specifically, the West Bank, Gaza Strip and inside Israel. Israel’s fight against Hamas continues to this day. What Israel has learned and perfected is that human intelligence is paramount in its effort to combat terrorism. If an American mission was established to destroy Hamas, many factors must be considered. A human intelligence

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    The Palestinian Authority

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    Introduction The Palestinian Authority has been working towards becoming a State as recognized by the United Nations. This would provide them with legitimacy internationally; additionally, when looking at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the ability to be a State would provide the Palestinian Authority more negotiating power with Israel especially in regards to territory. As the United Nations considers allowing Palestine to be a State they have considered the stability of the nation. The recent

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    Soon after Hamas won the 2006 parliamentary elections, Israel imposed an increasingly harsh blockade on Gaza to put pressure on Hamas. The blockade imprisoned 1.8 million innocent Palestinians leading many of them to live below poverty levels due to limited food, medical supplies, and essential goods. The siege of the Gaza Strip made getting news coverage a near impossibility for foreign news media. In order to receive a press card to Gaza, journalists needed to undergo a security check and sign

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    The Hidden Agenda of the News Media

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    The Hidden Agenda of the News Media People use many different sources in order to gain knowledge about current events. In America, historically, mass media and television have been the most dominant sources for information. Over the last decade, internet-based news sites and talk-radio shows have emerged as viable alternatives to the traditional media. While, obviously, the latest forms of news media are very different from their “elder” counterparts regarding the conveyance of the information

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    Terrorism As An International Phenomenon

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    The firs... ... middle of paper ... ...: 54 Issue: 2 March 1998. Pgs. 62-63. Central Intelligence Agency," Microsoft® Encarta® 97 Encyclopedia. © 1993-1996 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Chabin, Michelle. USA Today. “Israel Swaps Hamas Leader for two Agents”. Sec.: A Pg.: 1 Col.: 6 October 7, 1997. Cooperman, Alan. US News and World Report. “When Spies and Poison Go Awry”. Vol.: 123 Issue: 14 October 13, 1997. Page 42. Draper, Theodore. New York Review of Books. “Is the CIA Necessary

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    One of these players who continues to halt the peace process, is a militant fundamentalist Islamic organization called Hamas. Hamas has intensified extreme opposition and bloodshed in the region, with the aim of destroying the state of Israel. However, few people know that starting in the mid 1970s, Israel secretly supported an organization that would later emerge as Hamas, even though both groups had competing future visions for the nation. Why did it choose to do this when it had so much at

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    The Hezbollah is a radical Shi’a Muslim group that fights against Isreal and the idea of Western Imperialism primarily in Lebanon. Founded in 1982 as part of the Iranian government’s Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Hezbollah was led primarily by religious clerics. The origin of the Hezbollah and its ideas derived from the Iranian Revolution (Washington, 2007). During this revolution, the Muslim government was established to represent the oppressed or lower struggling class. They later aspired to

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