Rockets Fired on Israel Research Paper by Carly Evans


A research paper on the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as relates to rockets fired on Israel during the Second Intifada into the present day.
# 150408 | 1,029 words | 6 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published by on Feb 13, 2012 in Middle Eastern Studies (General)


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Description:

An analysis and overview of the rocket attacks on Israel perpetrated by militant elements amongst Palestinians. Beginning in 2001 and continuing on some scale to this day, this rocket fire has largely replaced suicide bombing as the chosen method of combat by Palestinians against Israel and the Israeli Defense Forces.

Outline:
Participating Palestinian groups
The Gaza War
Result of the Gaza War
Continuation of Rocket Attacks
Recent Attacks

From the Paper:

"In November of 2011, a surprising rocket attack on Israel took place from within Lebanon. The source of the attack was a Christian village not usually associated with such activity. Hezbollah was ruled out by most experts, but the act was seen as one with the motivation of "undermining stability in the area", according to UNIFIL. No rocket attacks have been launched into Israel from Lebanon since 2009.(Reuters, 2011)

"In December of 2011 more rocket fire was directed at Israel in response to an IDF assassination of a Hamas official. The Palestinian response involved a barrage of rocket fire, but resulted in no Israeli casualties. In turn, Israel itself responded with its own rocket launch, killing a Palestinian man and his 12-year-old son. The Israeli military immediately expressed regret for the civilian casualties, blaming a stockpile of ammunition at the camp that was the focus of the bombing and located near the home of the Palestinian civilians.

"As recently as February of 2012, yet another round of attacks have taken place between the two entrenched enemies. In response to rocket fire on Israel, Israel once again hit back with several strikes within Gaza, killing one Palestinian man according to Palestinians. The IDF released a statement in response to the incident, stating that, "The IDF will not tolerate any attempt to harm Israeli civilians, and will operate against anyone who uses terror against the State of Israel." (JTA, 2012)"

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bronner, E. (2008, March 19). Poll Shows Most Palestinians Favor Violence Over Talks. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from NYTimes.com: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/19/world/middleeast/19mideast.html
  • Center, I. a. (2008, May). Anti-Israeli Terrorism in 2007. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from terrorism-info.org.il: http://www.terrorism-info.org.il/malam_multimedia/English/eng_n/pdf/terror_07e.pdf
  • JTA. (2012, February 12). Israel attacks Gaza sites in response to rocket fire. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from JTA: http://www.jta.org/news/article/2012/02/12/3091629/israel-attacks-gaza-sites-in-response-to-rocket-fire
  • PCPO. (2010, January 1). Poll No.70. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from Palestinian Center for Public Opinion: http://pcpo.org/polls/poll170.htm
  • Press, A. (2008, December 1). Hamas Adopting Rocket Tactics Used by Hezbollah. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from FoxNews.com: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,474804,00.html#ixzz1mBxEEaBN

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