Date: March 20, 2012
Abstract: The birth of modern terrorism essentially begins and ends with the illegal state of Israel. History clearly shows that the ideology of Zionism will stop at nothing to advance its political agenda even if it means killing their own. Like the Nazis before them, the Zionists must be condemned, ridiculed and ultimately tried for their crimes against humanity, should this world ever wish to live in peace.
"To learn who rules over you simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." ~Voltaire
Cowardice asks the question: is it safe? Expediency asks the question: is it politic? Vanity asks the question: is it popular? But conscience asks the question: is it right? And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular- but one must take it simply because it is right. ~Martin Luther King Jr.
Patria Bombing (1940)
On November 25, 1940, Zionist terrorists bombed a ship entitled the “Patria” in Haifa harbor in false-flag terror attack which was to be blamed on the occupying British for political gain. The terrorist bombing killed 240 Jewish refugees and injured 172. The Patria bombing was taken directly from Protocol 10 of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
King David Hotel Bombing (1946)
Dressed as Arabs, Zionist terrorists bombed the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on July 22, 1946. 91 people were killed and 46 were injured in the deadly bombing. The terror attack was led by Menachem Begin who later became the 6th Prime Minister of Israel. The King David Hotel Bombing is seen by many historians as the birth of modern terrorism.
Albert Einstein's Letter Against Zionism (1948)
In an open letter written to the New York Times on December 4, 1948, prominent Jews such as Albert Einstein and 27 others publicly stated that, "The newly created state of Israel of the "Freedom Party" (Tnuat Haherut), is a political party closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties." Coincidentally, just days before Einstein was to go on television and speak about Zionist atrocities and the illegal state of Israel, Einstein suffered an aortic aneurysm and died. Einstein reportedly took the speech he was preparing to the hospital, but didn’t live long enough to complete it. Einstein’s timely death ensured that the world was never properly informed about evils of Zionism, the state of Israel and their war crimes against the people of Palestine.
The Lavon Affair (1954)
Dressed as Arabs, 9 Zionist terrorists bombed a post office, library and theatre in Egypt as part of “Operation Susanna” during the summer of 1954. The operation became widely known as the “Lavon Affair” after the Israeli defense minister Pinhas Lavon was forced to resign due to his role in the terror attacks.
Israeli Hijack (1954)
The first act of air piracy in the history of civil aviation was carried out by Israel in December of 1954 when a civilian Syrian airliner was forced down in Tel Aviv and its passengers and crew were held for days by Israeli terrorists. Despite international condemnation, the Israeli terrorists refused to release the hostages.
Israeli Political Assassinations (1956-Present)
Since 1956, the Israeli Mossad has openly conducted at least 75 major political assassination operations around the globe which have killed thousands of innocent civilians in the collateral damage. No evidence, no trial, no jury, just outright murder and bloodshed by the state of Israel.
USS Liberty Attack (1967)
The USS Liberty was attacked by the Israeli military on June 8, 1967, when Air Force jet fighter aircraft and Israeli Navy torpedo boats conducted a surprise attack on the American ship while it was in international waters. The unprovoked attack killed 34 U.S. sailors and wounded 170. To date, Israel has never apologized for the premeditated attack.
Israeli Airport Terror (1968)
In 1968, Israeli commando terrorists blew up 13 civilian airliners at Beirut airport in Beirut, Lebanon. Unfortunately, this major terrorist attack committed by the state of Israel is highly underreported.
Nuclear Proliferation (1970’s)
According to documents discovered by an American academic, the state of Israel offered to proliferate nuclear weapons on the black market to South Africa in the 1970’s. Although Israel has not and will not confirm that they have nuclear weapons, despite a large amount of evidence showing they have as many as 200 nuclear warheads, Israel did have enough nuclear weapons to proliferate. Israel is joined only by India, Pakistan and North Korea as the only non-signatories of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Israeli STRATFOR & Alex Jones (1996-Present)
On February 12, 2012, the story broke that radio host Alex Jones was likely the intelligence tool of STRATFOR, a Zionist intelligence agency located in Austin, Texas. STRATFOR admits to being an intelligence gathering center and therefore it stands to reason that Alex Jones and his affiliates of Inforwars and PrisonPlanet have likely been gathering intelligence, data and info on patriotic Americans since 1996, coincidently the exact same year that STRATFOR was founded.
The Alex Jones Show boasts a radio audience of over 3 million gun-owning Americans. Essentially, Alex Jones is the unofficial Commander and Chief of the largest militia the world has ever seen. With this unprecedented concentration of power into the hands of one man it is imperative that people take a second look at Jones the Israeli STATFOR behind him. The fear is that Alex Jones is a disinformation agent sent to provocateur violence in the midst of a national tragedy.
The goal of Alex Jones and his Zionist handlers is to get America to destroy herself the same way
that Russia was destroyed under Stalin by dividing and then collapsing
society upon itself by baiting Americans into a violent revolution
against their own police and military. The Alex Jones STRATFOR connection is taken directly from Protocol 2 of The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
9/11 Attacks (2001)
The role of the Israeli Mossad in the 9/11 attacks is unmistakable. Although other intelligence agencies were involved as patsies in the attacks, the Israelis Mossad played the role of execution in the 9/11 terror operation. After all, Israel has the most to gain from a U.S. invasion of its Middle Eastern neighbors.
1. Vacating the Twin Towers (Pre 9/11)
Months before 9/11, ZIM (Integrated Shipping Services), an Israeli company, broke its lease losing $50,000 and vacated its office in the North WTC tower. Speculation exists that the vacated office space was used as a staging ground for the explosives used in the demolition of WTC #1 and WTC #2. FBI agent Michael Dick, who had been investigating Israeli espionage before and after 9/11, began investigating the suspicious and timely move by ZIM only to be removed from his duties by the head of the Justice Department’s criminal division, Zionist Michael Chertoff.
2. Israeli Spies in America (Pre 9/11)
Just prior to 9/11, almost 150 Israelis were arrested for suspected espionage after they were caught targeting U.S., military bases, DEA, FBI, Secret Service, ATF, and other government installations throughout America.
3. 9/11 Airport Security (9/11)
ICTS, an Israeli company, was in charge of every 9/11 airport from which the hijacked planes allegedly operated out of. A few hours before the Patriot Act was voted on, it was edited to make foreign companies in charge of security on 9/11 immune to lawsuits. The Patriot Act essentially prevents American courts from demanding that ICTS provide testimony or hand over the missing surveillance videos from the airports.
4. ODIGO: Israeli Instant Messaging Service (9/11)
At least two Israeli employees of ODIGO, an Israeli Instant Messaging Service, received a text message warning them of the 9/11 attack two full hours before the first plane hit the WTC tower on September 11, 2001. ODIGO’s office was only two blocks from the WTC, but no ODIGO employee passed the warning to U.S. authorities. Failure to pass the warning onto WTC security resulted in the deaths of almost 3,000 people.
5. The 5 Dancing Israelis (9/11)
On 9/11, five Israeli men were caught videotaping the Twin Towers prior to the 9/11 attack and began dancing and celebrating with joy after the planes hit the building. The men even photographed themselves smiling in front of the burning wreckage while holding a lighter. After returning to Israel, the men who were later identified as Mossad agents, went on TV and stated that “Our purpose was to document the event”.
6. The 9/11 Truck Bomb (9/11)
On the evening of 9/11, Israelis driving a truck/van bomb with over 1 ton of explosives was apprehended around George Washington Bridge in New York City. The FBI later determined that two of the five Israelis arrested were Israeli Mossad agents.
7. Israeli Spies in America (Post 9/11)
After 9/11, over 60 Israelis, some active Israeli military personnel, were arrested under the Patriot Anti-Terrorism Act or for espionage and immigrations violations within the Unites States.
8. Evidence Linking Israel to 9/11 is Classified (Post 9/11)
According to Fox News and their reporter Carl Cameron, "Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It is classified information." The reason the information is classified is because it would implement Israel in the greatest terror attack the world has ever seen.
Jewish Leader of Al Qaeda (2004-Present)
Since 2004, alleged Al Qaeda mastermind Adam Gadahn has been terrorizing Americans with threats of terror and taunting the deaths of U.S. servicemen and woman. Interestingly, Gadahn is of Jewish decent rather than of Arabic decent. Gadahn's grandfather was none other than Carl Pearlman, a prominent urologist who sits on the Anti-Defamation League’s Board of Directors. Dressed up as an Arab terrorist, the Jewish Gadahn goes on TV and threatens America and the world with Al Qaeda terror.
London Bombings of 7/7 (2005)
Just prior to the London Bombings of July 7, 2005, the Israeli embassy in London was advised in advance of an impending terror attack. Verint Systems, an Israeli security company with approximately 1000 employees, was the security firm responsible for the CCTV surveillance cameras in the London Underground rail network. Curiously, no CCTV footage of the four Muslims boarding the tube-trains has ever been released by Verint who claim that their cameras were not working that day. A CCTV video of 7/7 would show that the four Muslims “terrorists” never boarded the tube-trains that blew up and that someone else altogether was responsible.
DHS & Israeli Partnership (2008)
The 2008 partnership between Israel and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) ensures that Israel is never investigated for its role in the terror attacks of 9/11. It also allows Israel to commit acts of terrorism in America while DHS looks the other way. The one-sided partnership forces America to keep fighting Israel's wars while simultaneously providing a shield by which the state of Israel and their Mossad can terrorize America with impunity.
DHS & Israeli Partnership (March, 2010)
In the 2010 partnership, DHS and Israel signed an agreement to work together to share information more quickly about civil aviation incidents. "The real-time exchange of information with our international partners is critical to our efforts to enhance overall global aviation security," said DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. "This agreement will allow the United States and Israel to better coordinate on, and respond to potential aviation security incidents to strengthen our mutual safety." As with the 2008 DHS partnership, this agreement makes sure that Israel is never investigated for its role in the attacks of 9/11 and it allows Israel to commit acts of terrorism in the United States while DHS, FAA and the TSA look the other way.
Israeli Stuxnet Virus (June, 2010)
The Stuxnet computer virus is an Israeli computer cyber terror worm discovered in June of 2010. It was initially spread via Microsoft Windows and targets Siemens industrial software and equipment. The virus infected computers in Iran, Indonesia, India, Azerbaijan, United States, Pakistan and many other nations costing billions of dollars in damage. A movie played at a retirement party for the head of the Israel Defense Forces bragged that Israel was indeed responsible for the Stuxnet cyber-attack.
Chicago’s Zionist Rahm Emanuel (Feb, 2011-Present)
Chicago's mayor as of February 22, 2012 is Rahm Emanuel, the son of an admitted Zionist terrorist who is directly responsible for the brutal genocide of countless Palestinians. Emanuel is Barack Obama's former White House Chief of Staff and ensures the future whitewash of a major terror attack upon the city of Chicago by the Israeli Mossad. Chicago terror scenarios included an attack on the Sears Tower, an Obama assassination attempt or a bio-terror attack.
Fukushima Nuclear Disaster (March, 2011)
Magna BSP, an Israeli security firm, was responsible for security at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan before, during and immediately after the nuclear disaster of March 11, 2011. Speculation concerning what really happened that terrible day continues to mount as multiple reports state that the nuclear plant was sabotaged by the Israeli security firm who had been on the job less than a year.
Trinidad Assassination Plot Exposed (June, 2011)
Two Israeli citizens were arrested in the Trinidad assassination plot when it was discovered that they had fake passports and that they were part of an Israeli assassination hit team. The couple then mysteriously escaped from their hotel, five months after being placed there under tight security. Authorities are investigating whether Robert and Anastasia, who were pretending to be husband and wife, were in fact a hit-team involved in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and four members of her cabinet.
Israeli Duqu Virus (Sep, 2011)
The Duqu virus was discovered on September 1, 2011, and appears to a cyber terror worm related to the Israeli Stuxnet virus. As evidenced by the virus’ capabilities, the Duqu virus is programmed to take over computer systems such as nuclear reactors, stock markets, and travel hubs. According to Wikipedia, Duqu looks for information that could be useful in attacking industrial control systems. Based on the modular structure of Duqu, special payloads could be used to attack any type of computer systems by any means and thus cyber-physical attacks based on Duqu are possible.
According to McAfee, one of Duqu's actions is to steal digital certificates (and corresponding private keys) from attacked computers to help future viruses appear as secure software. The malware attacks software programs that run Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, or SCADA, systems. Such systems are used to monitor automated plants such as nuclear facilities. Should American nuclear power plants be targeted for terror, the Israeli Duqu virus will the top suspect.
Israeli Arson (Jan, 2012)
A massive blaze that destroyed thousands of hectares in the Chilean National Park of Torres del Paine was the result of arson committed by a 23 year old Israeli “tourist” named Rotem Singer who has been charged with purposely starting the fire. More than 550 government and military personnel from Chile and Argentina and several aircraft were deployed to combat the fire according to the website of Chile’s emergency agency. Interior Minister Rodrigo Hinzpeter said more than 11,000 hectares (27,000 acres) have been consumed in the fire.
Assassination of Obama (Feb, 2012)
Atlanta Jewish Times owner and publisher Andrew Adler called for President Obama's assassination when he described the third of three options that Israel must take in regards to Iran: "Three, give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel…Order a hit on a president in order to preserve Israel's existence…don't you think that this almost unfathomable idea has been discussed in Israel's most inner circles?" The Israeli newspaper Haaretz stated in 2010 that, "Obama's election may usher a political climate that could produce an assassination attempt...It is most likely, though, to be a lone assassin, he says, rather than an organized network".
Israel is the only modern nation that has not signed the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention (refusal to engage in offensive biological warfare, stockpiling, and use of biological weapons) or the 1970 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (which limits the proliferation of nuclear weapons). Should a future nuclear or biological terror attack hit America or any other nation, Israel will be the prime suspect (Truther.org, 2012).
Title: History of Israeli Terror
Source: Jewish Virtual Library, Guardian, Wikipedia, and Wikipedia
Abstract: Since the early 1930's, Zionists and the state of Israel has openly, admittedly, and proudly bombed train stations, cafes, buses, hospitals, market places, cinemas, post offices, police stations, airports, embassies, government buildings, oil refineries, and even committed massacres, shootings, kidnappings, bank robberies, hijackings, and even shot down civilian jetliners in the name of Zionism and the state of Israel. The following list of terror acts conducted by Jewish, Zionist, and Israeli terrorists is only a partial list and does not reflect the true number of incidents or related deaths. The history of these these atrocities it a culmination of the data gathered from the following Wikipedia's "Irgun Attacks" and "Zionist Political Violence" pages, the Jewish Virtual Library's "Israeli Terror Hits" page, and the Guardian's "Jewish-Zionist Terror" page.
1937, August 20, - 1939, June 29: During this period, the Zionists carried out a series of attacks against Arab buses, resulting in the death of 24 persons and wounding 25 others.
1937, November 14: 10 Arabs killed by Irgun units launching attacks around Jerusalem ("Black Sunday")
1938, February 27: 33 Arabs were killed in multiple attacks, including 24 by bomb in Arab market in Suk Quarter of Haifa and 4 by bomb in Arab vegetable market in Jerusalem.
1938, April 12: 2 Arabs and 2 British policemen were killed by a bomb in a train in Haifa.
1938, April 17: 1 Arab was killed by a bomb detonated in a cafe in Haifa
1938, May 17: 1 Arab policeman was killed in an attack on a bus in the Jerusalem-Hebron road.
1938, May 24: 3 Arabs were shot and killed in Haifa.
1938, June: Unspecified number of Arabs killed by bomb thrown into a crowded Arab market place in Jerusalem
1938, June 23: 2 Arabs were killed near Tel-Aviv.
1938, June 26: 7 Arabs were killed by a bomb in Jaffa.
1938, June 27: 1 Arab was killed in the yard of a hospital in Haifa.
1938, July 5: 7 Arabs were killed in several shooting attacks in Tel-Aviv.
1938, July 5: 3 Arabs were killed by a bomb detonated in a bus in Jerusalem
1938, July 5: 1 Arab was killed in another attack in Jerusalem.
1938, July 6: 18 Arabs and 5 Jews were killed by two simultaneous bombs in the Arab melon market in Haifa.
1938, July 8: 4 Arabs were killed by a bomb in Jerusalem.
1938, July 16: 10 Arabs were killed by a bomb at a marketplace in Jerusalem.
1938, July 25: 43 Arabs were killed by a bomb at a marketplace in Haifa.
1938, August 26: 24 Arabs were killed by a bomb at a marketplace in Jaffa.
1939, May 29: 5 Arabs were killed by a mine detonated at the Rex cinema in Jerusalem.
1939, May 29: 5 Arabs were shot and killed during a raid on the village of Biyar 'Adas.
1939, June 2: 5 Arabs were killed by a bomb at the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem.
1939, June 12: 1 British bomb expert died trying to defuse the bombs in a post office bombing in Jerusalem
1939, June 16: 6 Arabs were killed in several attacks in Jerusalem.
1939, June 19: 20 Arabs were killed by explosives mounted on a donkey at a marketplace in Haifa.
1939, June 29: 13 Arabs were killed in several shooting attacks around Jaffa during a one-hour period.
1939, June 30: 1 Arab was killed at a marketplace in Jerusalem.
1939, June 30: 2 Arabs were shot and killed in Lifta.
1939, July 3: 1 Arab was killed by a bomb at a marketplace in Haifa.
1939, July 4: 2 Arabs were killed in two attacks in Jerusalem.
1939, July 20: 1 Arab was killed at a train station in Jaffa.
1939, July 20: 6 Arabs were killed in several attacks in Tel-Aviv.
1939, July 20: 3 Arabs were killed in Rehovot.
1939, August 27: 2 British officers were killed by a mine in Jerusalem.
1940, November 25: In September, 1940, around 3,000 Jewish refugees from Vienna, Prague and Danzig were attempting to reach Palestine. In a convoy of four river steamers, they set sail down the Danube and reached the Romanian port of Tulcea where they transferred to three Greek cargo ships named Atlantic, Pacific and Milos. Conditions on board these three ships were horrendous, reminiscent of Japanese hell-ships later in the war. Eventually the ships reached Palestinian waters, but the British Colonial Office refused them permission to land. It was finally decided to deport the refugees to the island of Mauritius where a special camp was to be built. The three ships were then brought into Haifa harbour where the liner Patria was berthed. The refugees were then embarked on the Patria and as the last passengers from the Atlantic were coming on board, a tremendous explosion ripped the liner apart. The death toll amounted to 267 refugees killed. The explosion was the work of the Jewish underground army, the Haganah, who had meant only to damage the ship to prevent it sailing but had miscalculated the amount of explosives needed to disable the ship. Many say that this was no miscalculation and was deliberate murder of Jews by Jews, in an attempt to influence British immigration policy to Palestine.
1944, September 27: Unknown number of casualties, around 150 Irgun members attacked four British police stations
1944, September 29: 1 Senior British police officer of the Criminal Intelligence Department assassinated in Jerusalem.
1944, November 6: Zionist terrorists of the Stern Gang assassinated the British Minister Resident in the Middle East, Lord Moyne, in Cairo.
1945, November 1: 5 locomotives destroyed in Lydda station. Two staff, one soldier and one policeman killed.
1945, December 27: 3 British policemen and 4 Basuto soldiers killed during the bombing of British CID headquarters in Jerusalem; 1 British soldier killed during attack of British army camp in north Tel Aviv
1946, February 22: Destroyed 14 aeroplanes at 5 RAF stations.
1946, July 22: Dressed as Arabs, Zionist Terrorists bombed King David Hotel in Jerusalem, which housed the central offices of the civilian administration of the government of Palestine, killing or injuring more than 200 persons. The Irgun officially claimed responsibility for the incident, but subsequent evidence indicated that both the Haganah and the Jewish Agency were involved. 91 people were killed at King David Hotel Bombing mostly civilians, staff of the hotel or Secretariat, Palestinian Arabs, 15-28 British citizens, 17 Palestinian Jews, 2 Armenians, 1 Russian, 1 Greek and 1 Egyptian. The attack was led by Menachem Begin, who subsequently became the 6th Prime Minister of Israel The terror attack is widely viewed as the birth of modern terrorism
1946, October 1: The British Embassy in Rome was badly damaged by bomb explosions, for which Irgun claimed responsibility.
1946, October 30: 2 British guards killed during Gunfire and explosion at Jerusalem Railway Station.
1946, October 31: Bombing of the British Embassy in Rome. Half the building was destroyed, 3 people injured.
1947 - 1948: Over 700,000 Palestinian Arabs were uprooted from their homes and land, and forced to live in refugee camps on Israel's borders. They have been denied the right to return to their homes. They have been refused compensation for their homes, orchards, farms and other property stolen from them by the Israeli government. After their expulsion, the "Israeli Forces" totally obliterated (usually by bulldozing) 385 Arab villages and towns, out of a total of 475. Commonly, Israeli villages were built on the remaining rubble.
1947, January 12: 4 killed in bombing of British headquarters.
1947, March 1: 17 British officers killed, during raid and explosion.
1947, March 12: 1 British soldier killed during the attack on Schneller Camp.
1947, June: Letters sent to British Cabinet Ministers were found to contain bombs.
1947, July 29: 2 kidnapped British sergeants hanged.
1947, September 3: A postal bomb addressed to the British War Office exploded in the post office sorting room in London, injuring 2 persons. It was attributed to Irgun or Stern Gangs. (The Sunday Times, Sept. 24, 1972, p.8)
1947, September 26: 4 British policemen killed in Irgun bank robbery.
1947, September 29: 13 killed, 53 wounded in attack on British police station.
1947, December 11: 13 killed in attack on Tireh, near Haifa
1947, December 11: Six Arabs were killed and 30 wounded when bombs were thrown from Jewish trucks at Arab buses in Haifa; 12 Arabs were killed and others injured in an attack by armed Zionists on an Arab coastal village near Haifa.
1947, December 12: 20 killed, 5 wounded by barrel bomb at Damascus Gate.
1947, December 13: 6 killed, 25 wounded by bombs outside Alhambra Cinema.
1947, December 13: Zionist terrorists, believed to be members of Irgun Zvai Leumi, killed 18 Arabs and wounded nearly 60 in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Lydda areas. In Jerusalem, bombs were thrown in an Arab market-place near the Damascus Gate; in Jaffa, bombs were thrown into an Arab cafe; in the Arab village of Al Abbasya, near Lydda, 12 Arabs were killed in an attack with mortars and automatic weapons.
1947, December 13: 5 killed, 47 wounded by two bombs at Damascus Gate.
1947, December 13 - 1948, February 10: Seven incidents of bomb-tossing at innocent Arab civilians in cafes and markets, killing 138 and wounding 271 others, During this period, there were 9 attacks on Arab buses. Zionists mined passenger trains on at least 4 occasions, killing 93 persons and wounding 161 others.
1947, December 13: 7 killed, 10 seriously injured in attack on Yehudieh.
1947, December 16: 10 killed by bomb at Noga Cinema in Jaffa.
1947, December 19: Haganah terrorists attacked an Arab village near Safad, blowing up two houses, in the ruins of which were found the bodies of 10 Arabs, including 5 children. Haganah admitted responsibility for the attack.
1947, December 20: 6 Arabs killed, dozens wounded by bomb at Haifa refinery, precipitating the Haifa Oil Refinery massacre, which lead to the Balad al-Shaykh massacre.
1947, December 29: 14 Arabs killed by bomb in Jerusalem.
1947, December 29: Two British constables and 11 Arabs were killed and 32 Arabs injured, at the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem when Irgun members threw a bomb from a taxi.
1947, December 30: A mixed force of the Zionist Palmach and the "Carmel Brigade" attacked the village of Balad al Sheikh, killing more than 60 Arabs.
1948, January 1: Haganah terrorists attacked a village on the slopes of Mount Carmel; 17 Arabs were killed and 33 wounded.
1948, January 1: 2 Arabs killed and 9 injured by shooting attack on cafe in Jaffa.
1948, January 4: Haganah terrorists wearing British Army uniforms penetrated into the center of Jaffa and blew up the Serai (the old Turkish Government House) which was used as a headquarters of the Arab National Committee, killing more than 40 persons and wounding 98 others.
1948, January 5: 14 Arabs killed and 19 injured by truck bomb at 3-storey 'Serrani', Jaffa's built Ottoman Town Hall
1948, January 5: Zionist terrorists bombed the Arab-owned Semiramis Hotel in Jerusalem killing at least 24 innocent civilians, among them Viscount de Tapia, the Spanish Consul. Haganah admitted responsibility for this crime (Wikipedia, 2011).
1948, January 7: Seventeen Arabs were killed by a bomb at the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem, 3 of them while trying to escape. Further casualties, including the murder of a British officer near Hebron, were reported from different parts of the country.
1948, January 16: Zionists blew up three Arab buildings. In the first, 8 children between the ages of 18 months and 12 years, died.
1948, February 10: 7 Arabs killed near Ras el Ain after selling cows in Tel Aviv
1948, February 15: Haganah terrorists attacked an Arab village near Safad, blew up several houses, killing 11 Arabs, including 4 children.
1948, February 18: 12 Arabs killed and 43 wounded at a marketplace in Ramla
1948, March 1: 20 Britons killed and 30 wounded in the Bevingrad Officers Club bombing
1948, March 3: Heavy damage was done to the Arab-owned Salam building in Haifa (a 7 story block of apartments and shops) by Zionists who drove an army lorry ( truck) up to the building and escaped before the detonation of 400 Ib. of explosives; casualties numbered 11 Arabs and 3 Armenians killed and 23 injured. The Stern Gang claimed responsibility for the incident.
1948, March 22: A housing block in Iraq Street in Haifa was blown up killing 17 and injuring 100 others. Four members of the Stern Gang drove two truck-loads of explosives into the street and abandoned the vehicles before the explosion.
1948, March 31: The Cairo-Haifa Express was mined, for the second time in a month, by an electronically-detonated land mine near Benyamina, killing 40 persons and wounding 60 others.
1948, April 6: 6 British soldiers and Commanding Officer killed during arms raid on Pardes Hanna Army camp.
1948, April 9, 1948: A combined force of Irgun Zvai Leumi and the Stern Gang, supported by the Palmach forces, captured the Arab village of Deir Yassin and killed more than 200 unarmed civilians, including countless women and children. Older men and young women were captured and paraded in chains in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem; 20 of the hostages were then shot in the quarry of Gevaat Shaul.
1948, April 16: Zionists attacked the former British army camp at Tel Litvinsky, killing 90 Arabs there.
1956, July 11: A double agent delivered a booby-trapped book that killed Mustafa Hafaz,
Egypt's commander of intelligence in Gaza.
1956, July 13: Mustafa Hafez was assassinated by a parcel bomb in the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian Army Lieutenant-Colonel was allegedly responsible for recruiting refugees to carry out attacks in Israel.
1956, July 14: Salah Mustafa
of the Egyptian Military was assassinated by a parcel bomb in Amman.
1962, September 11: As part of Mossad’s Operation Damocles, a western German rocket scientist named Heinz Krug was abducted from his company offices in Munich, Germany on Schillerstrasse. Krug was allegedly working for Egypt's missile program and his body was never found. Swiss police later arrested two Mossad agents for threatening the daughter of another scientist and found that they were responsible for the Krug killing.
1967, June 8: The USS Liberty was attacked by Israeli Air Force jet fighters and Israeli Navy torpedo boats while in international waters. The attack killed 34 U.S. sailors and wounded 170 (CNN, 2003).
1972, July 25: Attempted killing of Bassam Abu Sharif in Beruit who was member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine who held a press conference with Ghassan Kanafani during the Dawson's Field hijackings justifying the PFLP's actions. Sharif lost four fingers, and was left deaf in one ear and blind in one eye, after a book sent to him that was implanted with a bomb exploded in his hands.
1972, October 16: Abdel Wael Zwaiter, a Libyan embassy employee and PLO representative, was considered by Israel to be a terrorist for his alleged role in the Black September group and the Munich massacre. Zwaiter was assassinated in his apartment in Rome by Mossad by two gunmen.
1972, July 8: Ghassan Kanafani, a Palestinian writer and a leading member of the PFLP, was assassinated by Mossad in Beirut by a car bomb. Kanafani was one of the alleged planners behind the Lod Airport massacre.
1972, December 8: Mahmoud Hamshari, a PLO representative in Paris, France, was assassinated by a bomb concealed in his telephone. Israel claimed that he was a coordinator of the Munich Olympic Games massacre
1973, April 6: Basil Al-Kubaissi, a PFLP member and American University of Beirut law professor, was assassinated by two gunmen in Paris, France.
1973, April 9: Muhammad Youssef Al-Najjar, a PLO official, was assassinated by Sayeret Matkal in Beirut during Operation Spring of Youth. Al-Najjar
was allegedly a Black September Operations officer.
1973, April 9: Kamal Adwan, a member of the Fatah Central Committee was assassinated in Beirut by Sayeret Matkal during Operation Spring of Youth. Adwan was allegedly a Black September commander.
1973, April 9: Kamal Nasser, a PLO spokesman, was assassinated in Beirut by Sayeret Matkal during Operation Spring of Youth
1973, April 11: Zaiad Muchasi, a Fatah representative to Cyprus, was assassinated in his hotel room in Athens, Greece.
1973, June 28: Mohammad Boudia, head of PFLP operations in Europe, was assassinated in Paris, France,
by a pressure-activated mine under his car seat.
1973, July 21: Known as the Lillehammer Affair, Mossad agents attempted to assassinate Ali Hassan Salameh, a high-ranking leader in the PLO, but murdered Ahmed Bouchiki, an innocent waiter believed to be Salameh. Salameh was an alleged member of Black September.
1978, March 28: Wadie Haddad, a PFLP commander, was assassinated by poisoned chocolate sent to him in the German Democratic Republic, which caused his death a month later. Claimed to be a Mossad hit, but Israel never claimed responsibility.
1979, January 22: Ali Hassan Salameh, a high-ranking leader in the PLO, was assassinated by Mossad with a car bomb along with four bodyguards and four innocent bystanders. Salameh was an alleged Black September member.
1979, July 26, 1979: Zuheir Mohsen, leader
of the pro-Syria as-Sa'iqa faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization,
was assassinated by Mossad in the front of casino in Cannes, France.
1980, June 13: Yehia El-Mashad, an Egyptian nuclear scientist and lecturer at Alexandria University was assassinated in his room at the Méridien Hotel in Paris, France as part of Mossad’s Operation Sphinx. Marie-Claude Magal, an alleged prostitute and client of El-Meshad, was pushed under a car and killed on the Boulevard Saint-Germain.
1983, August 21: Mamoun Meraish, a Senior PLO official, was assassinated via gunshot in his car in Athens, Greece, by a Mossad agent on a motorcycle.
1988, April 16: Abu Jihad, the second-in-command
to Yassir Arafatm was assassinated Israeli commandos while in bed with his wife in Tunis, Tunisia.
1990, March 20: Gerald Bull, a Canadian engineer and designer of the Project Babylon "supergun" for the Iraqi government, was assassinated in Brussels, Belgium, by Mossad gunman at the door of his apartment
1991, November 5: Robert Maxwell, a media tycoon, was assassinated by Mossad in the Canary Islands when he drowned in mysterious circumstances.
1992, February 16: Abbas al-Musawi, the alleged Secretary-General of Hezbolla, was assassinated in Lebanon while in his car convoy by missiles launched from two IAF helicopters. Al-Musawi's wife and son were also killed.
1992, June 8: Atef Bseiso, a Palestinian official, was assassinated when he was shot several times in the head at point-blank range by 2 Mossad gunmen at his hotel in Paris, France. Bseiso was allegedly involved in the Munich Massacre
1995, October 26: Mossad agents assassinate Fathi Shikaki, the Damascus-based head of
Islamic Jihad, on a street in
front of Diplomat Hotel in Sleima, Malta.
1996, January 6: Yahya Ayyash was assassinated by a bomb in his cell phone while in the Gaza Strip. Ayyash was an alleged Hamas bombmaker.
1997, September 25: Khaled Mashaal, a Hamas political leader, was almost assassinated via poison by Mossad in Amman, Jordan. Israel was forced to provide the antidote after political pressure by Bill Clinton. Canada withdrew their Ambassador and two Mossad agents with Canadian passports arrested
2000, November 9: Hussein Abayat, a Fatah member and local leader of the intifada was killed when an Israeli helicopter gunship rocketed his car near Bethlehem.
2000, November 22: Jamal Abdel Raziq, an alleged senior official of the Fatah faction Tanzim, was killed with his driver, Awni Dhuheir, in the Gaza Strip when their car was fired upon by IDF troops. Two bystanders, Sami Abu Laban, 29, a baker, and Na'el Al Leddawi, 22, a student, in car in front of them also killed.
2000, November 23: Hamas member Ibrahim Abdel Karim Bani was killed when a bomb exploded in the car he was driving. Israeli sources insinuated Bani was transporting explosives that detonated prematurely, but PA security forces arrested Bani's cousin, who reportedly confessed to tipping off the IDF about Bani's whereabouts.
2000, December 10: Israeli soldiers fired on two Palestinians who reportedly were planting a roadside bomb near Bethlehem, killing Mahmoud Mugrabi, a member of Fatah. According to press reports quoting a senior IDF official, Mugrabi's name was on a list of ten reputed terrorists that the IDF had targeted for killing.
2000, December 17: Samih Malabi, an alleged, senior Fatah member, was assassinated by a mobile phone bomb in Qalandiyya.
2000, December 31: IDF soldiers killed Dr. Thabet Ahmad Thabet, a high-ranking member of Fatah.
2001, February 3: Massoud Ayyad, a Lieutenant-colonel in Force 17, was assassinated while driving in the Jabaliya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip by three helicopter-launched rockets.
2001, February 13: Massoud Ayyad, a lieutenant colonel in Force 17 was killed when Israeli helicopter gunships fired four missiles into his car as he drove on the outskirts of the Jabaliya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.
2001, June 24: Nablus Osama Jawabiri, an alleged member of al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, was assassinated by a bomb planted in a public phone.
2001, July 17: Omar Saada, the alleged Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades regional commander, was assassinated in Bethlehem when two wire-guided missiles were fired into his home. One other alleged Hamas member was killed.
2001, July 31: Nablus Jamal
Mansour, an alleged high-ranking
official of Hamas' West Bank political wing, was assassinated along with
his brother when his office was struck by IAF helicopter-launched
2001, August 5: Amr Hadiri, an alleged Hamas student activist, was assassinated when missiles
were fired at his car in Tulkarm by the Israeli military.
2001, August 20: Imad Abu Sneneh, an alleged leader of Tanzim, was assassinated in Hebron, West Bank, via gunshot by an Israeli undercover assassination team.
2001, August 27: Israeli helicopter fires a missile through the window of the Ramallah
office of Abu Ali Mustafa, killing the head of the PFLP.
2001, September 11: CTS, an Israeli company, was in charge of security on 9/11 at Dulles, Logan, and Newark airports where 19 Arabs were allegedly allowed to board 4 different planes. Hours before the Patriot Act was voted on in Congress, it was edited to make foreign companies in charge of security on 9/11 immune to lawsuits.
2001, September 11: ODIGO, an Israeli text messaging service, sent out text alerts to its employees warning of a terror attack 2 hours before the 1st plane hit the WTC on 9/11. ODIGO had its office two blocks from the WTC. Shockingly, no ODIGO employees passed the 9/11 terror warning onto U.S. authorities.
2001, September 11: 5 Israeli Mossad agents were caught videotaping the WTC prior the attack on 9/11 and began dancing with joy once the planes hit the towers. The men photographed themselves smiling and holding a lighter in front of the WTC wreckage. Held by the FBI for a time, the Israelis were eventually returned to Israel where they went on TV and stated, "Our purpose was to document the [9/11] event" (YouTube, 2011).
2001, September 12: One day after 9/11, a white van with Israelis and 2,000+ pounds of explosives was pulled over by authorities near the George Washington Bridge in New York City. The FBI later determined that 2 of the 5 Israelis arrested in the incident were in fact Israeli Mossad agents (CBS News, 2001).
2001, October 14: Abed Rahman Hamad, a senior member of the Hamas military wing, was shot by snipers at his home in Qalqilya.
2001, October 15: Hamas activist Ahmad Marshoud was killed in a car bomb explosion in the West Bank town of Nablus.
2001, October 16: Hamas activist Iyad al Akhras was killed when an explosive device went off inside his house.
2001, October 18: Atif Abayyat, a member of the Fatah Military Wing, was killed along with two other people when a car exploded in Beit Sahour. This followed the assassination of Israeli Cabinet Minister Rechavam Zeevi by the PFLP.
2001, October 31: Hamas militant Jamil Jaddala was killed by Israeli security forces in Hebron in a helicopter missile attack.
2001, November 1: Helicopter gunships attack a car in the West Bank city of Tulkarm and kill Yasser Atsida and Fahmi Abu Aisha, both members of the Hamas military wing.
2001, November 12: Senior Hamas leader Mohammed Hassan Reihan, wanted for the 1998 killing of two Israelis, was killed in a gunfight with Israeli forces at his West Bank home in Tel.
2001, November 23: Israeli helicopters firing rockets killed Mahmoud Abu Hanoud, a senior Hamas commander in the West Bank. Hanoud's deputy Ayman Hashaykah and Hashaykah's brother, a lower-ranking Hamas activist were also killed. Hanoud was convicted by the Palestinian Authority of leading an unauthorized military cell and sentenced to a12-year jail term. He was later released.
2002, January 14: Raed Karmi, the alleged head of al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, was assassinate by a bomb blast in Tulkarem, West Bank.
2002, January 22: Yusif Suragji, the alleged West Bank head of Izzaddinal Qassam Brigades, was assassinated with three other alleged Hamas members in a raid by the Israeli Army on an alleged explosives factory. The Palestinian Authority claims it was an deliberate assassination.
2002, February 4: Ayman Bihdari, an alleged DFLP member was assassinated by a IAF missile strike on his car in Rafah. Four other alleged DFLP members killed.
2002, March 5: The IDF targeted Mohand Said Muniyer Diriya, a member of Force 17 and the operations officer for the Tanzim. Diriya was killed along with two other members of Force 17, Fawzi Hamdi Mustafa Maher and Oman Kaidan in Ramallah.
2002, March 5: Mohammad Abu Halawa and Fawzi Murrar, alleged AMB members, were assassinated in their car by IAF helicopter missiles in Ramallah.
2002, March 6: Israel did not confirm the attack, but was believed to have killed Hamas member Abdel Rahman Ghadal in a missile attack on his home in Gaza City.
2002, March 14: An Israeli attack helicopter fired a missile that killed Mutasen Hamad, a leader of the Aksa Martyrs Brigades, and Fatah activist Maher Balbiti. Hamad was considered a top bomb maker for the Tanzim.
2002, April 22: The Tanzim militia leader in Hebron, Marwan Zaloum, and his top aide, Samir Abu Rajoub, a member of Force 17, were killed in an Israeli helicopter strike. Zaloum was believed to be responsible for numerous shooting attacks and bombings, including the March 2001 killing of Shalhevet Pass, a 10-month-old infant, in a sniper attack in Hebron.
2002, June 30: Hamas master bomber Muhaned Taher and his deputy Imad Draoza were killed in a raid in Nablus by IDF naval commandos. Taher, known as "the Engineer 4," was responsible for supplying the the bombs used in the June 18, 2002, Jerusalem bus bombing that killed 19 and wounded 70, and in the June 1, 2001, Tel Aviv disco attack that killed 21.
2002, June 24: Yasir Raziq, 'Amr Kufa, and Izz ad-Din, alleged al-Qassam Brigades leaders, were assassinated in a car by IAF missiles in Rafah . 4 other Palestinians were killed in the attack.
2002, July 4: Jihad Amerin, the Gaza Strip leader of the al-Aska Martyrs Brigade, a terrorist militia affiliated with Yasser Arafat's Fatah organization, was killed in a car blast.
2002, July 22: Salah Shahade, the alleged leader of Hamas Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, was assassinated by a 2,205-pound explosive dropped by an IAF F-16 in Gaza City. The assassination also killed fourteen other Palestinians including his wife and 9 children.
2002, July 23: West Bank Hamas commander Nasser Asida was shot and killed by IDF soldiers of the Haruv Battalion.
2002, August 6: Ali Ajuri and Murad Marshud, alleged members of the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades members, were assassinated by IAF air to surface missile in Jenin.
2002, August 14: Nassa Jarrar, an alleged senior member of Hamas, was assassinated when the IAF helicopters fired rockets into his house in Tubas. The victim was wheelchair bound.
2002, October 29: Assim Sawafta, 19, a ringleader of the Hamas military wing Izzedine al Qassam. was killed by an undercover army unit.
2002, November 26: Alah Sabbagh, the local leader of the Al-Aksa Martyrs Brigade and Imad Nasrti, a leader of Hamas in Jenin, were killed in an Israeli airstrike in the Jenin refugee camp.
2002, December 23: Shaman Hassan Subah and Mustafa Kash of Hamas were killed in an IDF ambush near Jenin.
2003, March 8: Ibrahim al-Makadmeh and three of his aides were assassinated by IAF helicopter-fired missiles in Gaza City.
2003, April 8: Helicopter missiles struck the car driven by Hamas commander Said al-Arabid, killing him and two other Hamas members.
2003, April 9: Senior Islamic Jihad commander and bomb maker Mahmoud Zatma, 30, was killed when a missile fired by an IAF Apache helicopter hit the car he was driving in Gaza City.
2003, April 10: An undercover Border Police unit shot and killed Fatah Tanzim fugitive Yasser Alemi in Tulkarm.
2003, April 29: In the Gaza Strip, four missiles fired from an air force helicopter at a car in the southern Gaza Strip killed the local military leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Nidal Salameh.
2003, May 8: Air Force helicopters fired three missiles at a car carrying Iyad el-Bek of Hamas, an aide to former Hamas military leader Salah Shehade.
2003, June 11: Hamas activists, Tito Massoud and Soffil Abu Nahez, were killed by missiles fired from an air force helicopter.
2003, June 12: Hamas activists, Jihad Srour and Yasser Taha were killed by missiles fired from an air force helicopter.
2003, August 21: Ismail Abu Shanab, an allegedly high-ranking Hamas official, was assassinated by an IAF missile strike in Gaza Strip. 2 of Shanab's bodyguards were also killed.
2003, August 24: Hamas activists Walid el Hams, Ahmed Eshtwi, Ahmed Abu Halala and Muhammad Abu Lubda were killed and a fifth Hamas member was critically wounded in a helicopter strike.
2003, August 26: Khaled Massoud, active in the development of Hamas' Kassam rockets, was mortally wounded by an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City.
2003, August 28: An Air Force helicopter fired a missile that killed Hamdi Khalaq, a member of Hamas' military wing, Izzedine al Qassam.
2003, August 30: Air Force helicopters fired four missiles at a van in the Gaza Strip killing Hamas activists Abdullah Akel and Farid Mayet.
2003, September 1: Air Force helicopters fired four missiles at a car in the Gaza Strip killing Hamas activist Khader Houssre.
2003, December 25: Mustafa Sabah, a bombmaker and mastermind of three bomb attacks against Merkava tanks in the Gaza Strip was killed in an IAF strike in Gaza City.
2003, December 25: Mekled Hameid, an alleged PIJ commander, was assassinated by an IAF helicopter gunship attack on his car in Gaza Strip. 2 bystanders and 2 other alleged
PIJ members and were also killed.
2004, February 7: Aziz Mahmoud Shami, leader of Islamic Jihad's military wing in Gaza city , was killed by an Israeli missile strike.
2004, February 28: Muhammad Judah, an alleged PIJ military commander, was assassinated by an IAF missle strike on his car in the Jthe abaliya
refugee camp. Judah's cousins Aiyman
Dahduh and Amin Dahduh were also killed and eleven bystanders were wounded.
2004, March 3: Tarad Jamal, Ibrahim Dayri and Ammar
Hassan, all alleged senior Hamas members, were assassinated by an IAF missle strike on their car in Gaza City.
2004, March 16: Nidal Salfiti and Shadi Muhana of Islamic Jihad were killed in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza.
2004, March 22: Ahmed Yassin, an alleged leader and co-founder of Hamas, was assassinated by an IAF Apache missile strike in the Gaza Strip. Yassin's bodyguards Khalil Abu Jiab and Ayoub Atallah, his son Abdul Aziz Eini Yassin, and 9 other Palestinians were also killed in the attack.
2004, April 17: Abdel Aziz al-Rantissi, an alleged leader and co-founder of Hamas, and successor of Ahmed Yassin as leader of Hamas after his death, was assassinated with his son by IAF helicopter-fired missiles.
2004, May 5: Hamas leader Imad Mohammed Janajra was shot by Israeli security forces as he approached his village of Taluza, outside Nablus.
2004, May 30: Wael Nassar, a top Hamas commander, along with his assistant, Mohammed Sarsour, were killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza.
2004, June 14: Khalil Marshud, an Al-Aksa Martyrs Brigade commander, was killed in an IAF helicopter gunship strike..
2004, June 26: Nablus Fatah Tanzim head Nayef Abu Sharkh, a commander of Hamas, Jafer el-Massari, a commander of Islamic Jihad, Fadi Bagit, and Sheikh Ibrahim, Islamic Jihad's top commander in the West Bank were killed in an IDF ambush in Nablus.
2004, July 22: A helicopter strike killed two members of Islamic Jihad, including
Hazem Rahim, a local commander who seized the body parts of Israeli soldiers
killed when a roadside bomb destroyed their armored personnel carrier on May 11
2004, July 29: A helicopter strike killed Amr Abu Suta and Zaki Abu Rakha of the Ahmed Abu Reish Brigade.
2004, August 17: An Israeli missile strike in Gaza City killed three members of Hamas, and a member of Islamic Jihad, but the main target, Hamas leader Ahmed Jabari, escaped with light injuries.
2004, September 13: Mahmud Abu Khalifa, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade commander in Jenin, was killed along with two of his assistants, Amjad Husni Aref Ayoub and Yamen Faisel Abed al Wahab Ayoub, in an Israeli airstrike.
2004, September 20: An Israeli airstrike in Gaza killed Khaled Abu Shamiyeh of Hamas.
2004, September 21: An Israeli airstrike in Gaza killed Nabil al-Saedi and Rabah Zaqout.
2004, September 27: Izz Eldine Subhi Sheik Khalil of Hamas was killed when his car exploded in Damascus, Syria. Israel would not confirm or deny responsibility, but was believed to have carried out the targeted killing.
2004, September 27: An Israeli helicopter fired a missile at a car east of the city of Khan Younis, killing Ali al-Shaer, a member of the Popular Resistance Committees, an umbrella of dissidents from several terrorist groups. The intended target, Mohammed Abu Nasira, a commander of the group, survived.
2004, October 6: Bashir Dabash, head of the military arm of the Islamic Jihad in Gaza, and Zarees Alareer of Islamic Jihad were killed in an IDF missile strike.
2004, October 21: An Israeli airstrike in Gaza killed Adnan Al-Ghoul and Imad al-Baas of Hamas.
2004, October 21: Adnan
al-Ghoul, an alleged Hamas weapons expert, and Imad Abbas, were
assassinated by IAF Apache helicopter fired missiles in their car in Gaza.
2005, July 7: Hours before the London Bombings, the Israeli embassy in London was warned that a terror attack was imminent. Verint Systems, an Israel security firm, was responsible for the CCTV surveillance cameras in the London Underground. Verint Systems never released the CCTV footage of the 4 alleged Muslims boarding the tube-trains because their CCTV cameras were allegedly not working (Associated Press, 2005).
2005, July 16: The IAF struck a vehicle carrying four senior Hamas terrorists and weaponry which included numerous Qassam rockets in Gaza city.
2005, July 17: An Israeli sniper killed Sayid Isa Jabar Tziam, a Hamas commander involved in numerous infiltrations into Israeli communities, the firing of mortar shells at Israeli targets, and the detonation of tunnels and explosive devices.
2005, September 25: Senior Islamic Jihad terrorist Sheikh Mohammed Khalil was killed in an IAF missile strike in the Gaza Strip
2005, October 27: The IAF fired a rocket into a vehicle in Gaza killing Shadi Mehana, the senior Islamic Jihad commander in the northern Gaza Strip.
2005, November 1: In an airstrike in Gaza, missiles pulverized a car carrying Hassan Madhoun, a leader of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, and Fawzi Abu Kara of Hamas, a specialist in the manufacture of rockets and explosives.
2005, December 7: IAF aircraft fired a missile into a moving vehicle in the Gaza Strip killing Mahmoud Arkan, a commander from the Popular Resistance.
2005, December 8: An IAF missile struck a house in the northern Gaza Strip, killing Ayad Nagar and Ziyad Qaddas, from the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade.
2005, December 14: Four members of the Popular Resistance Committees in the Gaza Strip.
2006, January 2: An IAF airstrike killed senior Islamic Jihad militant Sayid Abu-Gadian and his aide, Akram Gadasas. A third Jihad man riding with them in a car at the time of the attack was seriously injured, and later died of his wounds.
2006, February 5: An IAF airstrike killed Islamic Jihad “rocket engineer” Adnan Bustan and his aide, Jihad Sawafiri.
2006, February 6: An IAF airstrike in Gaza City killed two members of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades — Hassan Asfour and Rami Hanouna — who were responsible for firing Qassam rockets from Gaza into Israel.
2006, February 7: An IAF airstrike killed two senior commanders of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades — Mohammed Abu Shariya and Suheil Al Bakker.
2006, March 6: An IAF airstrike killed Islamic Jihad terrorists Munir Mahmed Mahmed Sukhar and Iyad Abu Shalouf.
2006, May 20: An IAF airstrike killed Islamic Jihad terrorist Mohammed Dahdoh.
2006, May 25: Mahmoud al-Majzoub, the alleged commander of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, was assassinated by a car bomb in Sidon, Lebanon.
2006, June 5: An IAF jet fired missiles into a car traveling in northern Gaza City, killing Majdi Hamed and Eiman Assiylia, both senior militants from the Popular Resistance Committees.
2006, June 13: An IAF airstrike killed Islamic Jihad terrorists Hamoud Wadiya, the group's top rocket launcher, and Shawki Sayklia.
2006, July 2: An IAF airstrike killed Ismail al-Masri of Hamas.
2006, August 9: An IAF airstrike in Jenin killed Islamic Jihad terrorists Osama Attili and Mohammed Atik.
2006, October 12: Three members of Hamas - the group's local commander and two other operatives - were killed when an IAF-fired missile struck their car in Beit Lahiya.
2006, October 14: IAF aircraft fired missiles at a car in Gaza City, killing at least one member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and wounding three, one of them seriously. All were involved in Qassam rocket attacks.
2006, November 8: Ahmed Awad, the head of Hamas's Qassam rocket firing unit, was killed along with another Hamas member when missiles struck their car as it traveled in the southern Gaza Strip.
2006, November 20: An IAF airstrike in Gaza City killed Abdel Khader Habib, a Hamas field commander, and his bodyguard.
2007, May 17: An IAF airstrike in Gaza City killed Imad Shabanah, a top commander of a Hamas rocket manufacturing cell.
2007, June 1: An IAF airstrike killed Fawzi Abu Mustafa from an Islamic Jihad Qassam cell.
2007, June 24: An IAF airstrike killed Hussan Khalil al-Hur, an Islamic Jihad gunman, who fired Qassam rockets at Sderot earlier in the day, wounding three people.
2007, October 23: An Israeli aircraft attacked a car in central Gaza, destroying the vehicle and killing Mubarak al-Hassanat, a Hamas man described by Palestinian officials as an Interior Ministry member
2007, December 17: IAF aircraft blasted two cars in Gaza City, killing five Islamic Jihad terrorists, including Majed Harazin, a top Islamic Jihad commander for both the West Bank and Gaza in charge of rocket squads who was on Israel’s wanted list for nine years
2008, January 13: Three Palestinian terrorists were killed and one was wounded in an IAF strike. One of men targeted was Nidal Amudi, a senior Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades operative involved in Qassam rocket attacks on Sderot.
2008, January 17: A leader of the Popular Resistance Committees was killed along with his wife when the IAF targeted his car as they traveled in Beit Lahiya in the Gaza Strip.
2008, January 21: Ahmad Abu Sharia, a top Aqsa Martyrs Brigades commander responsible for firing rockets at Israel, was hit by an IAF missile as he walked in the street.
2008, February 4, 2008: An IAF airstrike killed Abu Said Qarmout, the leader in northern Gaza of the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC).
2008, February 12: Imad Mughniyah, the alleged top Hezbollah commander, was assassinated by a car bomb in Damascus. News reports indicated the Mossad was responsible.
2008, April 14: IAF aircraft struck in northern Gaza, killing Ibrahim Abu Olba, a top commander in the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
2008, April 30: An Israeli airstrike killed Nafez Mansour, a Hamas terrorist involved in the abduction of Gilad Shalit.
2008, June 17: IAF aerial attacks identified hitting Army of Islam terrorists involved in recent attempts to execute a large-scale terror attack against Israeli targets. Among the terrorists killed were Ma'ataz Dagmesh, Mahmud Shandi, and Muhamad Asaliya - three senior terrorists within the organization. Dagmesh, whose brother is the organization leader in the Gaza Strip, was the leader and planner of the thwarted terror attack. Asaliya served as the organization's senior terror attacks planner.
2008, August 1: Muhammad Suleiman, a Syrian General, was assassinated by an Israeli sniper.
2009, January 1: Nizar Rayan, an alleged top Hamas military commander, was assassinated by an IAF Israeli airstrike along with his 4 wives and 11 of their children. He is the most senior Hamas member to be killed since 2004.
2009, January 3: Abu Zakaria al-Jamal, an alleged senior Hamas commander, was assassinated by an IAF airstrike.
2009, January 15: Jabalia Said Seyam, the alleged Hamas Interior Minister, was assassinated by an IAF airstrike with his brother, his son, and alleged Hamas general security services commander Salah Abu Shrakh.
2009, March 4: Khaled Shalan, an alleged senior member of Islamic Jihad, was assassinated by an IAF airstrike in the Gaza Strip.
2010, January 11: IAF airstrike killed four Islamic Jihad operatives, including Awad Abu Nasir, one of the terror organization's senior field commanders known to be behind dozens of IED and gunfire attacks.
2010, January 12: Masoud Alimohammadi, an Iranian Nuclear Scientist, was assassinated by a Mossad bomb rigged to a motorcycle which exploded next to his car in Iran.
2010, January 19: Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, an alleged Hamas senior military commander, was assassinated in Dubai by Mossad agents. Dubai police report that Israeli agents
used Australian, French, British, Irish, and Dutch passports.
2010, July 31: Issa al-Batran, an alleged Hamas military commander, was assassinated by the IAF in the Gaza Strip.
2010, November 3: Mohammed Nimnim, an alleged Al Qaeda affiliate and Army of Islam commander, was assassinated by an car bomb or an IAF airstrike in the Gaza Strip.
2010, November 17: Islam Yassin, an alleged Al Qaeda affiliate and Army of Islam
commander, was assassinated by an IAF airstrike
on his car in the Gaza Strip. Yassin's brother was also killed and four others injured.
2010, November 29: Majid Shahriar, an Iranian Nuclear Scientist, was assassinated by a Mossad car bomb in Iran. According to the German newspaper Der Speigel, Israel was behind the killing.
2011, January 11: Mohammed A-Najar, an alleged Islamic Jihad operative, was assassinated by the IAFwhile driving his motorcycle in the Gaza Strip.
2011, March 30: IAF aircraft struck a terrorist cell in the southern Gaza Strip, killing member of Islamic Jihad. According to the IDF the cell was responsible for firing rockets into Israel.
2011, April 2: IAF aircraft killed three Palestinian terrorists and critically wounded one in the southern Gaza Strip in a strike aimed at the terrorist squad planning to kidnap Israelis in the Sinai Peninsula and Israel during the upcoming Passover holiday.
2011, April 9: Tayseer Abu Snima, an alleged senior Hamas commander, was assassinated along with 2 of his bodyguards by the IAF in Gaza Strip.
2011, July 23: Darioush Rezaie, an Iranian nuclear scientist, was assassinated by Mossad gunmen while on motorcycle in Iran. The German Newspaper Der Speigel claimed Mossad was behind the operation. He is the fourth Iranian nuclear scientist killed since 2010.
2011, August 18: Abu Oud al-Nirab and Khaled
Shaath, alleged Popular Resistance Committees
Commanders, were assassinated by the IAF and the Shin Bet in the Gaza
Strip. 4 other alleged PRC members were also killed.
2011, August 24: IAF aircraft killed an Islamic Jihad operative in the Gaza Strip. The operative was identified as Ismael al-Asmar, 34. According to the IDF, al-Asmar was involved in smuggling weapons to Gaza and in militant activity in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. In addition, IAF planes shot and killed two terrorists who had been targeted for shooting off kassam rockets moments before the strike.
2011, September 6: A
commander in the Popular Resistance Committees military arm, Khaled Sahmoud
(23), was killed when IAF helicopters attacked his terror cell as they were
preparing to launch mortar rounds into southern Israel. The PRC claim that
Salmoud and his cell were able to fire five mortars before being killed, though
no confirmation of this has been issued by the IDF.