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The Intifada leadership organized " tree plantings " and resorted to the tactics used in pre-1948 Palestine, such as ordering general strikes in which no commercial businesses were allowed to open and no cars were allowed on the streets.
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Intifada and leadership
* Tanzim – The Tanzim ( Organization ) was a branch of Fatah under the leadership of Marwan Barghouti, with roots in the activism of the First Intifada, which carried out armed attacks in the early days of the Second Intifada.
The failure of the peace process and the eruption of the Second Intifada, which included increased Palestinian terror attacks being made against Israeli civilians, led much of the Israeli public and political leadership to lose confidence in the Palestinian Authority as a peace partner.
Officials charged that Awad broke Israeli law by inciting " civil uprising " and helping to write leaflets that advocated civil disobedience that were distributed by the leadership of the First Intifada.
In 1987 The Intifada caught the ( PLO ) by surprise, the leadership abroad could only indirectly influence the events., A new local leadership emerged ; the UNLU comprising many leading Palestinian factions.
Intifada and used
The most common tactic used by Palestinians during the Intifada was throwing stones, molotov cocktails, and burning tires.
During the Second Intifada D9 bulldozers were used to demolish houses under fire, as the dozers withstood IEDs of 200 kg to 500 kg of explosives and deflected RPG rounds and machinegun fire.
During the Second Intifada, Tanzim militants used Beit Jala as a base for launching launch sniper and mortar attacks on the Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.
These organizations would grow and initiate the First Intifada in December 1987 ( the word Intifada in Arabic, literally translated as " tremor ", is generally used to describe an uprising or revolt ).
Edward Said wrote that hasbara methods used during the Second Intifada included lunches and free trips for influential journalists ; seminars for Jewish university students ; invitations to congressmen ; pamphlets and donation of money for election campaigns ; telling photographers and writers what to photograph or write about ; lecture and concert tours by prominent Israelis ; frequent references to the Holocaust ; advertisements in the newspapers attacking Arabs and praising Israel.
During the Intifada, they used that authority to impose taxes on Palestinians as collective punishment measures to discourage the Intifada, for instance “ the glass tax ( for broken windows ), the stones tax ( for damage done by stones ), the missile tax ( for Gulf War damage ), and a general intifada tax, among others .”
Intifada and Palestine
* The success of the Intifada gave Arafat and his followers the confidence they needed to moderate their political programme: At the meeting of the Palestine National Council in Algiers in mid-November 1988, Arafat won a majority for the historic decision to recognise Israel's legitimacy ; to accept all the relevant UN resolutions going back to 29 November 1947 ; and to adopt the principle of a two-state solution.
Ibdaa has become one of the most successful community organizations in Palestine, playing a vital role in the community ’ s survival and vitalization – particularly after the Intifada started – by organizing events, art projects, and emergency activities.
* Marwan Barghouti ( born June 6, 1958 ) is a leader of Fatah, the military branch of the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization and convicted for actions during the Second Intifada.
Under Siege is about the modern history of Palestine and it focuses on the lives of 5 Palestinian family members, during the second Intifada 1999 – 2002.
* Nadim Rouhana, " The Intifada and the Palestinians of Israel: Resurrecting the Green Line ", Journal of Palestine Studies, Vol.
She began her work as negotiator in 2000, shortly after the outbreak of the Second Palestinian Intifada, as a spokesperson for the Negotiations Support Unit of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
Intifada and such
Since the beginning of the second Intifada the DFLP has carried out a number of shooting attacks against Israeli targets, such as the 25 August 2001 attack on a military base in Gaza that killed three Israeli soldiers and wounded seven others.
However, for the rest of the 1980s as a whole, the Dow made a 228 % increase from the 838 level to 2, 753 ; despite the market crashes, Silver Thursday, an early 1980s recession, the 1980s oil glut, the Japanese asset price bubble and other political distractions such as the Soviet war in Afghanistan, the Falklands War, the Iran-Iraq War, the Second Sudanese Civil War and the First Intifada in the Middle East.
During the al-Aqsa Intifada, Israeli EOD forces have disarmed and detonated thousands of explosive charges, lab bombs and explosive ammunition ( such as rockets ).
After the 1987 First Intifada, a more hard-edged group of performers and songwriters emerged, such as al-Funoun, songwriter Suhail Khoury, songwriter Jameel al-Sayih, Thaer Barghouti's Doleh and Sabreen's Mawt a ' nabi.
Intifada and general
* The Intifada exposed many problems with the IDF's conduct in the operative and tactical fields, and also the general problem of Israel's prolonged control of the West Bank and Gaza strip.
On September 30, the High Follow-up Committee called on the Arab community to mount a general strike to protest the killings of five Palestinians by Israeli security forces in the Jerusalem clashes of the previous day, which many consider the first day of the al-Aqsa Intifada.
Intifada and strikes
The Intifada Unified Leadership, an umbrella organization of various Palestinian factions, distributed weekly bulletins on the streets of Ramallah with a schedule of the daily protests, strikes and action against Israeli patrols in the city.
Intifada and which
The First Intifada ( 1987 – 93 ) provoked a shift in Palestinian politics towards the Occupied Palestinian Territories, which proved a severe handicap for the largely diaspora-based DFLP.
The DFLP has been largely unable to make its presence felt during the al-Aqsa Intifada, which began in 2000.
* Al-Aqsa Martyrs ' Brigades – The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades were created in the Second Intifada to bolster the organization's militant standing vis-à-vis the rival Hamas movement, which had taken the lead in attacks on Israel after 1993, and was gaining rapidly in popularity with the advent of the Intifada.
Intifada ( ) is an Arabic word which literally means " shaking off ", though it is popularly translated into English as " uprising " or " resistance " or " rebellion ".
* Second Intifada, a period of intensified Palestinian – Israeli violence, which began in late September 2000 and ended around 2005
* The Electronic Intifada, an online publication which covers the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a Palestinian perspective
Syria continues to play an active pan-Arab role, which has intensified as the peace process collapsed in September 2000 with the start of the second Palestinian uprising ( Intifada ) against Israel.
This was particularly useful during the First Intifada in December 1987, which began as an uprising of Palestinians against the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Israeli military forces withdraw from the Palestinian territories in compliance with the accord, which marked the end of the First Intifada ( a period of violence between Palestinian Arab militants and Israeli armed forces from 1987 to 1993 ).
*** Second Intifada ( 2000 – 2005 ) – After the signing of the Oslo Accords failed to bring about a Palestinian state, in September 2000 the Second Intifada ( uprising ) broke out, a period of intensified Palestinian-Israeli violence, which has been taking place until the present day.
Over the period of the First Intifada and Second Intifada the Jewish community was subjected to attacks by Palestinian militants, especially during the periods of the Intifadas ; which saw 3 fatal stabbings and 9 fatal shootings in between the first and second Intifada ( 0. 9 % of all fatalities in Israel and the West Bank ) and 17 fatal shootings ( 9 soldiers and 8 settlers ) and 2 fatalities from a bombing during the second Intifada, and thousands of rounds fired on it from the hills above the Abu-Sneina and Harat al-Sheikh neighbourhoods.
The First Intifada ( also known as simply the " intifada " or intifadah ) was a Palestinian uprising against the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories, which lasted from December 1987 to 1993.
Describing the causes of the Intifada, Benny Morris refers to the " all-pervading element of humiliation ", caused by the protracted occupation which he says was " always a brutal and mortifying experience for the occupied " and was " founded on brute force, repression and fear, collaboration and treachery, beatings and torture chambers, and daily intimidation, humiliation, and manipulation "
* The Intifada empowered Palestinians to enter negotiations which lead to the Madrid Conference and the Oslo Accords.
That year he received a second Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting, which cited his coverage of the First Palestinian Intifada.
In the face of the Second Intifada, Sharon pursued a varied set of policies, many of which were controversial even within the Likud.
The crew started off in Haifa, Israel, but had to shift to Morocco because of the Al-Aqsa Intifada which broke out in late 2000.