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    Wednesday, May 28, 2008

    Palestinian TERROR GROUPS

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    Hezbollah

    (aka Hizballah / Hizbollah / Hizbullah / Hezbollah, aka Party of God, aka Islamic Jihad, aka Islamic Jihad for the Liberation of Palestine, aka Organization of the Oppressed on Earth, aka Revolutionary Justice Organization)

    Logos

    Recovered: - GetFREEoffersRough Draft - Internet Anthro Intel Public Wiki

    Background
    Hizballah is an Islamic movement founded after the Israeli military seizure of Lebanon in 1982, which resulted in the formation of Islamic resistance units committed to the liberation of the occupied territories and the ejection of Israeli forces. Hizbollah was established in 1982 during the Lebanon War when a group of Lebanese Shi'ite Muslims declared themselves to be the "Party of God" (Hizb Allah, which is clear in Hizbollah but progressively less so in Hizbollah / Hizbullah / Hezbollah). Upon the realization that the IDF was entrenching itself in south Lebanon, and influenced and assisted by 1,500 Iranian Revolutionary Guards in Lebanon, Hizballah cells began developing with the immediate desire to resist the Israeli invasion. Hizbollah began establishing its base in Lebanon in 1982 and has expanded and strengthened ever since, primarily due to its wave of suicide bombings and foreign support by Iran and Syria. Description Formed in 1982 in response to the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, this Lebanon-based radical Shia group takes its ideological inspiration from the Iranian revolution and the teachings of the late Ayatollah Khomeini. The Majlis al-Shura, or Consultative Council, is the group’s highest governing body and is led by Secretary General Hasan Nasrallah. Hizballah is dedicated to liberating Jerusalem and eliminating Israel, and has formally advocated ultimate establishment of Islamic rule in Lebanon. Nonetheless, Hizballah has actively participated in Lebanon’s political system since 1992. This radical Shia is dedicated to creation of Iranian-style Islamic republic in Lebanon and removal of all non-Islamic influences from area. It is strongly anti-Western and anti-Israeli.
    More here: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/para/hizballah.htm

    Websites
    http://hizbollah.tv/
    http://www.moqavemat.ir/
    http://moqavemat.com
    http://moqawama.org
    http://moqawama.tv
    http://somod.org
    http://alaseb.com
    http://ghaliboun.net

    Associated Sites
    http://shiaweb.org/hizbulla/index.html
    http://wilayah.net
    http://wilayah.com
    http://wilayah.org
    http://jihadbinaa.org
    http://www.jihadbinaa2006.org
    http://www.agridev.info
    http://almahdiscouts.org

    More information
    http://www.adl.org/terrorism/symbols/hezbollah.asp
    http://www.nctc.gov/site/groups/hizballah.html



    Palestinian Islamic Jihad


    Logo
    Rough Draft - Internet Anthro Intel Public Wiki

    Background
    The Palestinian Islamic Jihad began with a small group of Palestinian students studying at Zagazig University (in the north of Egypt) during the 1970s. The university was a stronghold of religious Islamic fundamentalism and the group was headed by Fat’hi Abd al-Aziz al-Shkaki (Dr. Fat’hi Shkaki), who was studying medicine. Dr. Ramadan Shalah, the PIJ’s current secretary, was also one of the organization’s founders. The founding members had originally belonged to the Moslem Brotherhood but were frustrated by its lack of real action. They wanted to copy the Jihad movements which were flourishing in Egypt at the time and create a Palestinian Islamic organization which would combine radical Islamic activism with uncompromising Palestinian nationalism. It was to be an alternative to the secular nationalism of the Fatah, the main faction of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).

    Lots more here: http://www.intelligence.org.il/Eng/sib/3_05/pji.htm

    Websites
    http://falestiny.net/
    http://sarayaalquds.org/
    http://forum.saraya.ps/
    http://qudsnews.net/
    http://saraya.ps/

    Associated Sites
    http://3yoo.yoo7.com/
    http://jihadvoice.com/

    More Information
    http://www.adl.org/terrorism/symbols/palestinian_islamic_jihad.asp
    http://www.nctc.gov/site/groups/pij.html
    http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/crt/2006/82738.htm
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palestinian_Islamic_Jihad



    Popular Front Liberation Palestine
    (PFLP)

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    Rough Draft - Internet Anthro Intel Public Wiki

    Background
    Formerly a part of the PLO, the Marxist-Leninist PFLP was founded by George Habash when it broke away from the Arab Nationalist Movement in 1967. The PFLP does not view the Palestinian struggle as religious, seeing it instead as a broader revolution against Western imperialism. The group earned a reputation for spectacular international attacks, including airline hijackings, which have killed at least 20 US citizens.

    Websites
    http://www.pflp.ps

    Associated Sites
    http://g-elshmal.com/vb/index.php

    Additional Information
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular_Front_for_the_Liberation_of_Palestine
    http://www.cdi.org/terrorism/pflp.cfm
    http://www.fas.org/irp/world/para/pflp.htm

    Hamas

    Logo
    Rough Draft - Internet Anthro Intel Public Wiki

    Background

    Palestinian Islamist political group founded in 1987, involved in both social programs in the Palestinian territories, as well as military actions against Israel. Hamas is not the official name of the organization, which is rather Harakatu l-Mujawamati l-Islamiya, which translates into English as 'Islamic Resistance Movement'. Hamas is the common name, coming from the Arabic word for 'zeal'. Hamas grew out of the Muslim Brotherhood, specifically from a branch active in Gaza in religious, social and educational work. The Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood continues to have good interrelationships, and the two groups could be considered to be one entity. The first leader was Shaykh Ahmad Yassin, who held the position despite bad health until his assassination in 2004. The Intifada, the Palestinian public resistance that started the same year as Hamas was founded was central in making Hamas one of the most important groups in Palestine.

    Hamas has never been willing to accept any compromise with Israel. In Article 11 in their charter they declare that no party has the right to give up any Palestinian land. Article 13 views jihad as the only solution to fight Israel, while other measures like international conferences are regarded as "a waste of time and a kind of child's play." In Hamas' charter strong sentiments against the Western world and Jews are clearly expressed, mixed with frequent quotations from the Koran. Hamas is also involved in a wide range of social programs for poor Palestinians, programs providing welfare and education, vocational training, health care and also jobs for unemployed. Their main centre of activity is the Gaza Strip, where they have provided a better welfare system than what the Palestinian authorities have offered. Many observers claim that this type of activity is the real focus of Hamas' activities, rather than the political/violent one.
    Recovered: - GetFREEoffers
    Hamas has become known for its suicide bombers and activists. These come from a special branch of Hamas, called Allotment of the Power of Religion, cIzzu d-Dīni l-Qasam. Members of this brigade believe that death in the name of God is the greatest sacrifice that can be offered. In addition to attacks on Israelis, jihad of Hamas has involved some actions against moderate Palestinians (especially members of PLO). A bomb in a bus in Tel Aviv, where 22 were killed, and the subsequent detention of hundreds of Hamas activists by Israel, placed Hamas in world press headlines in 2001.
    Recovered: - GetFREEoffers
    Hamas has strong support among Palestinians, even if these numbers fluctuate continually depending on the change in social conditions and politics in Palestine. With the Israeli killings of stone-throwing Palestinians in late 2000, Hamas emerged as stronger than ever. From this time on, Hamas had become strong enough to represent a real threat to the PLO's authority and power. In 2006, Hamas won a clear majority in the Palestinian Legislative Council, much to the surprise of foreign observers. At the time of writing (Mar. 14, 2006) Hamas had declared no willingness to recognize the existence of Israel, creating much uncertainty to the situation between Palestine and Israel.

    More here: http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:MGu6T_GLBZUJ:i-cias.com/e.o/hamas.htm+Hamas&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=5&gl=us

    Websites

    http://www.alqassam.ps/arabic/
    http://www.alqassam.ps/vb3/

    Associated Websites

    Additional Information
    http://www.adl.org/terrorism/symbols/hamas3.asp
    http://www.nctc.gov/site/groups/hamas.html
    http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/crt/2006/82738.htm

    Gerald
    Source Company C
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