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11/6/2006 Between Two Septembers: From the bargaining chip of 6 September 1970 to a strategic agent of 11 September 2001

Hillel Avihai

This article will discuss the use of hijackings- from the bargaining chip of 6 September 1970 to a strategic agent of 11 September 2001.

2/6/2006 The Islamic Liberation Party and its Relations with the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority

Asaf Maliach

This article will analyze whether the emergence of an Islamic party at the head of the Palestinian Authority (PA) has caused a change in Hizb al-Tahrir al-Islami's view of the PA.

1/6/2006 Hamas and the "Pragmatists"

Jonathan Fighel

Hamas, in an effort to appear more pragmatic, has chosen two so-called "moderates" to fill positions in the new Palestinian government. But what makes these individuals "pragmatic" is the fact that they are willing to negotiate with Israel in the short term, while still engaging in violence against Israel.


20/5/2006 Plot to Down El Al Plane Thwarted

Yoni Fighel

A plot to blow up an El Al plane at Geneva's international airport has been thwarted by Swiss intelligence agencies. The authorities uncovered a terrorist cell that was plotting to strike an Israeli plane while it was taking off through an RPG rocket attack in December 2005.

10/5/2006 Islamic Terrorism in the Philippines - an Updated Perspective

Asaf Maliach

On April 27, 2006 Philippine police foiled a plot by al-Qa'ida-linked militants to carry out a bombing campaign against crowds celebrating the Labor Day holiday on May 1.

5/5/2006 Egypt as a New Front of al-Qaeda

Ely Karmon

Egypt is the cradle of Sunni Islamist radicalism, but since the Luxor terrorist attack in November 1997 there has been no significant jihadist activity, despite al-Qaeda's return to the Middle East in the wake of the war in Iraq.


1/5/2006 The European Union's Response to Terrorism

Akiva Lorenz


Europe has been fighting domestic and international terrorism for decades. In fact, the European Union's (EU) counter terrorism efforts predate the attacks of 9/11.


27/4/2006 From Revolutionary and Pan-Islamism to Pragmatism and Lebanonization

Eitan Azani

The success of the Iranian Islamic revolution was a source of inspiration for the revolutionary movements which sprang up in the 1980s. They were led by religious militants who promoted the vision of an Islamic nation. The Hezbollah movement in Lebanon is one of the torch-bearers of this goal.


19/4/2006 The Peace and National Reconciliation Charter - The End of Islamic Terrorism in Algeria?

Asaf Maliach

This article will follow the latest developments in the Algerian arena in view of the conditional amnesty offered by the Algerian government to members of the armed Islamic organizations.


9/4/2006 Security and Liberty - Striking a Balance

Ophir Falk and Joey Asch

In this paper we will briefly review four different decisions given by the High Court of Justice in Israel (HCJ) and analyze their ramifications on the war on terror and the rule of law.

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