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last updated July 9, 2009
published Jan. 1, 2001
The Israeli Assassination Policy in the Aqsa Intifada
Read more:  assassinations, targeted killings, activists, political killings, Israeli military, international law, Palestinian politics, Israeli politics
Author/s:  Saleh Abdul Jawad
Publisher/s:  Jerusalem Media & Communications Centre
Summary: The second Palestinian uprising ushered in an era of unprecedented Israeli assassinations of Palestinian activists and political leaders. For the first time, a Palestinian researcher examines the policies roots and political goals.
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