The history of Israeli Aggression,
from the Six-Day War in 1967

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Jerusalem fact sheet
From Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPTNet), 7 March 1995. Colonialization, Apartheid and social inequities.
Israel and Gaza: undeveloping a territory
By Michael Jansen, in Middle East International, 20 October 1995. Selections from an article on Sara Roy's book, The Gaza Strip: the political economy of de-development.
'Hit' teamwork: Israel, PLO cooperated to kill Ayyash...
Newsday, 17 January 1996. The Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel's internal security force, Sin Bet, cooperated to assassinate Yehiya Ayyash, Hamas' legendary bomb maker. A disclosure of the extent of cooperation between the PLO and Sin Bet in earlier operations.
Jews and Arabs Jointly Condemn Israeli Government's Actions
Pres release from the Ad-hoc coalition of Jews and Arabs, 18 April 1996. A coalition of Arabs and Jews long active in promoting peace between Israel and its neighbors, is stunned by the silence of American-Jewish leaders, and so together today to condemn recent Israeli government actions.
Palestinian Resistance Sparks Crisis In Tel Aviv
By Maurice Williams, The Militant, 14 October 1996. For the first time since 1967, Israel meets not only a hail of stones from youth demanding their withdrawal, but an armed response. Since then demonstrations of up to 30,000 Israelis have protested the policies of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and divisions have grown among supporters of the Zionist state around the world on how to respond.
Why a flack jacket may be the thing to wear
By Robert Fisk, The Independent, 29 December 1996. Next year is going to see the collapse of every recent hope of peace, for the Likud government is tearing up the Oslo accords. Netanyahu seems intent on provoking the Palestinians to violence. The U.S. is in a position to leverage Israel, but that is not going to happen, for the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, the most powerful lobby group in the U.S. supports the Netanyahu government; Likud's friends in the US Congress were defending his expansion of Jewish settlements on confiscated Arab land within two days of Mr. Netanyahu's announcement.
A week of behind-the-scenes manuevering: Arafat, CIA, Shinbet working closely together
Editorial, Mid-East Realities, 12 April 1997. Behind the scenes the Palestinian Authority's screws are being turned ever further, even while all sides in the region continue to arm and prepare for future confrontation. With his income and rule dependent on U.S. and Israel, Arafat is essentially cornered and likely to be pulled apart as the future unfolds.
Rajoub being used to make Arafat succumb: Further pushing Palestinians into civil war is real goal
Editorial, Mid-East Realities, 30 August 1997. The previous Labor government thought they could manipulate Arafat and eventually possibly set up a put Palestinians into Bantustans under Israeli control and as the basis of a New Middle East. Likud prefers to not only undermine Palestinian independence, but to undermine even the illusions that Labor preferred to promote.
View from Fourth Circle: The real, historic dangers, opportunities in the Middle East
By Rami G. Khouri, The Jordan Times, 7 October 1997. The Arab-Israeli conflict appears to be inching towards a clumsy compromise that promises to fully satisfy no single party. Arab-Israeli peace being negotiated may institutionalize the prevailing power imbalances and chronic humiliations. People from all walks of life don't expect the conflict to be resolved fairly.
Fury greets new Israeli expansion: US joins Palestinian protest over Israeli 'annexation'
By David Sharrock and Martin Kettle, The Guardian (London), 22 June 1998. The Middle East peace process lurched closer to collapse when the Israeli government defied Washington and angered Palestinians by backing a plan to extend Jerusalem's borders into the occupied West Bank.
Middle-East Peace Awaits Key Israeli Changes
By Joseph Levine, 15 February 2000. Both the Syrians and the Palestinians have suspended negotiations, and Lebanon is again ablaze from Israeli air strikes. What happened? Wasn't the election of Barak supposed to lead to a successful resolution of the conflict? But a genuine resolution is not on the horizon so long as Israel pursues its current policy, with the uncritical support of our government.