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UN criticises Goldstone Report response

By Jennifer Lipman, September 21, 2010

A United Nations panel has criticised Hamas for having “made no serious effort” in its response to the Goldstone Report.

The group of experts also called for Israel to do more to address the demands of the controversial document, compiled by Jewish judge Richard Goldstone following the UN investigation into Operation Cast Lead.

The panel said Israel should have investigated officials of more senior ranking and questioned the impartiality of both Israel and Hamas’ inquiries.

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Hamas imagines the destruction of Israel

By Jennifer Lipman, September 16, 2010
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With the eyes of the world on peace talks bewteen Israel and the Palestinians, Hamas offers a glimpse of the future it would rather see.

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Hamas marks peace talks with terror film

By Jennifer Lipman, September 16, 2010

Hamas has made a film showing the imagined destruction of Israel.

The terrorist organisation chose the launch of the second stage of the revived peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians to release the video.

"Apocalypse Tomorrow", created by Hamas operatives, has had more than 45,000 views. It depicts Israeli sites such as the Supreme Court falling to missile attacks and the streets of Tel Aviv laid to waste.

A Palestinian says: “Inshallah, the Jihad will take back the homeland", while students tell a teacher they want to join the fight for “liberation”.

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More peace talks set as Hamas warn of attacks

By Jennifer Lipman, September 3, 2010

Benajmin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas have agreed to meet on September 14 for the next stage of Middle East peace negotiations and then at regular points through the next year.

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Hamas: Israelis killed because of 'opportunity'

By Jennifer Lipman, September 2, 2010

A senior Hamas official has said that the terror organisation will not take the blame if the latest round of Middle East peace talks collapses – despite having perpetrated two attacks on Israeli civilians in two days.

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Is this just the start?

By Anshel Pfeffer, September 2, 2010

The murder of four residents of the Beit Hagai settlement on the dark, winding road from Hebron was almost expected - as was the settlers' reaction.

Just two days earlier, the IDF Chief of General Staff, Lieutenant General Gabi Ashkenazi, had met the commanders of the Judea and Samaria Division and warned them to be on the look-out for attempts to disrupt the opening of the direct peace talks in Washington.

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Second Hamas shooting as peace talks begin

By Jennifer Lipman, September 2, 2010

A second terror attack by Hamas has left two Israeli civilians injured, one seriously.

The roadside shooting near the Rimonim junction in the West Bank followed the killing of four people on Tuesday by a Hamas gunman, and came as direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians began in Washington.

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Hague: Hamas killings were 'provocations'

By Jennifer Lipman, September 1, 2010

William Hague has condemned the killings of four Israeli civilians by Hamas terrorists on the eve of a new round of Middle East peace negotiations.

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Four Israelis killed but peace talks must go on

By Jennifer Lipman, September 1, 2010

Hamas’ military wing has claimed responsibility for the murder of four Israeli civilians, including a woman believed to be pregnant.

But American and Israeli officials have urged that Israel and the Palestinians do not let the terror attack derail the direct peace negotiations set to begin in Washington tomorrow.

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Hall of Infamy: Ismail Haniyeh

August 27, 2010


"Palestinians across the globe will not support any movement holding absurd talks with Israel."








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