Military Operations in Gaza Similar to Terrorist Actions
AFP file picture shows Palestinians
running for cover as a rocket (top) fired by the Israeli military heads to Gaza,
the most densely populated area in the world.
BPNIC Briefing, January 2008
The Israeli military operations in Gaza, which began at
around the start of the second Palestinian uprising in
September 2000, closely resemble the actions of the Zionist
terrorist organization Irgune, which operated in Palestine
between 1931 and 1948.
Irgune, shorthand for the National Military Organization in
the Land of Israel, a predecessor to today's Israeli Likud
party, included attacks against Palestinians and British,
and expressed the ideology that every Jew had the right to
enter Palestine. Today's Israeli military demonstrates just
that, by demolishing homes and building up colonies on
An eye for an eye was often the form of strategy used by
Irgune. Israel, which posses the world's fourth largest
military, unfortunately behaves in the same manner.
The committee deplores the eye for an eye action that both
the Israeli military and the resistance movement, Hamas,
practice, and continues to promote peace and prosperity in
the region by supporting the Palestinian people’s quest for
establishing a state in Gaza and the West Bank, including