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September 12th, 1956 Terrorists attack by Ein Ofarim
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September 12th, 1956 Terrorists attack by Ein Ofarim

Terrorists killed three Druze guards at Ein Ofarim Source: “Which Came First – Terrorism or ‘Occupation?’ Major Arab Terrorist Attacks Against Israelis Prior to the 1967 Six-Day War.” Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  www.mfa.gove.il/mfa, March 31, 2002

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September 24, 1993 Terror victim near the village of Basra
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September 24, 1993 Terror victim near the village of Basra

Yigal Vaknin was stabbed to death in an orchard near the trailer home where he lived near the village of Basra. A squad of the HAMAS’s Iz a-Din al Kassam claimed responsibility for the attack. Source:41

January 22, 1995 Terror victims at Beit Lid by Netanya
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January 22, 1995 Terror victims at Beit Lid by Netanya

Two consecutive bombs exploded at the Beit Lid junction near Netanya, killing 20 soldiers and one civilian. The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. The soldiers killed were: Lt. David Ben-Zino, 20, of Ashdod; Lt. Adi Rosen, 20, of Moshav Bitzaron; Lt. Yuval Tuvya, 22, of Jerusalem; Sgt.-Maj. Anan Kadur, 24, of Daliat al-Carmel; Staff-Sgt. […]

March 21, 1997 Terror victims in Tel Aviv
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March 21, 1997 Terror victims in Tel Aviv

Michal Avrahami, 32, Yael Gilad, 32, and Anat Winter-Rosen, 32, were killed when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb on the terrace of a Tel Aviv cafe. 48 people were wounded.

August 2000, Yasser Arafat
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August 2000, Yasser Arafat

2000 Chairman Yasser Arafat In 2000, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat turned down President Bill Clinton’s offer of an independent Palestinian state with its capital in east Jerusalem and an opening offer of $23 billion in aid. Ever since then it has been clear that there is no diplomatic solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Arafat’s renewal […]

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October 12, 2000 Arab Blast Kills U.S. Sailors in Yemen
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October 12, 2000 Arab Blast Kills U.S. Sailors in Yemen

The Cole, an American Navy destroyer refueling in Yemen, was rocked by an enormous explosion on Thursday, and President Clinton said it appeared to be a terrorist attack. At least 6 American sailors died and 11 others were missing and presumed dead, officials said. Nearly three dozen others were injured, some of them severely. The […]

November 22, 2000, Hadera Bombing Attack
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November 22, 2000, Hadera Bombing Attack

Meir Barami, 35, of Givat Olga and Shoshana Reiss, 20, of Hadera were killed in a Hadera bombing. A car bomb detonated next to Egged number 7 bus from Hadera to Givat Olga at 5:20pm. 55 injured in attack. Source: “Victims of terror since start of al-Aqsa Intifada on September 29, 2000.” Historical Society of […]

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State of Israel
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State of Israel

Primary Sources Secondary Source October 5, 1973 President Sadat March 1976, Palestinian Refugees November 14, 1988 PLO & Israel 1988, State of Israel- Hamas Charter

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May 638 Caliph Umar (Omar)
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May 638 Caliph Umar (Omar)

Mount of Olives, Christians, Jizyah Expulsion of Christians When he came within sight of the Holy City, ‘Omar exclaimed: “Ullah Acher (God is great). O God give us an easy conquest.” He then pitched his tent on the Mount of Olives and awaited response to his terms which read: “In the name of God, merciful […]

624 Jericho
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624 Jericho

3,200 Years of Documented Presence of the Jewish People in the Land of Israel, Genesis 15:18-21 Jericho Proclaiming the sanctity of Arabia, Mohammad drove the Jews and the Greeks, and all other strangers from his holy land… Six hundred Jews from Kainukaa, in Arabia, resettled at Adr’at (Der’at), and in Jericho. A year later, another […]