May 3, 2013


Hamas ‘Modesty Police’ Pummel Gazan Over Hair Gel

Filed under: Gaza,Hamas Leaders — No To Terror @ 6:49 am

A 22 year-old man working at his family’s Gaza City gas station was blindfolded, kidnapped, and pummeled by plainclothes policemen in Hamas-controlled Gaza, according to a report by The Telegraph”s Phoebe Greenwood.

Why did Gaza police beat him and shave his hair?

Why did they pummel him? What law did he violate?

October 18, 2010


IDF Warns of New Hamas Kidnap Efforts

Filed under: Gaza,General,Gilad Shalit Kidnapping,Iran,Syria — No To Terror @ 5:10 am

An unnamed senior IDF General Staff officer warned that “Israel’s response to the kidnapping of another soldier into the Gaza Strip,” following Cpl Gilad Shalit’s more than 4 years in captivity by the Hamas terrorist group, “will be no less severe than Operation Cast lead.”

The statement was made on the eve of resumed negotiations over Shalit’s return, through a German mediator, between Israel and Hamas, and following IDF assessments that the terror group could be planning more attempts to kidnap additional Israeli soliders

June 23, 2010


Excellent Monograph on Hamas Terror

Yehudit Barsky, has an excellent monograph on the Hamas terrorist group.

Barsky is the Director of the Division on Middle East and International Terrorism at the American Jewish Committee.

You can read Barsky’s work on Hamas here:

Hamas – The Islamic Resistance Movement in Palestine – Yehudit Barsky

June 9, 2010


Fatima Mohammadi, U.S. Lawyer, Denies Israeli Allegations of Terror Ties

Filed under: Fatima Mohammadi,Gaza,Gaza Flotilla,General,Iran,Mavi Marmara — No To Terror @ 5:57 am

According to Israeli security officials, Iranian-born American lawyer Fatima Mohammadi was one of five (5) ‘activists’ allegedly having ties to Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist groups who traveled in last week’s intercepted Mavi Marmara Flotilla to Gaza.

Mohammadi lists “intermittent travel between the U.S., U.A.E. and Iran” since 2007 on her LinkedIn profile while working as Legal Counsel for the German-based PEDEX Germany International, FZCo.

The Israeli Haaretz newspaper reported that the Israeli Defense Forces (‘IDF’) reportedly learned that Mohammadi intended to bring “illegal electronic devices into the Gaza Strip.”

Mohammadi denied the allegations in an e-mail interview with The New York Times, calling the allegations “illegitimate and unfounded.”

Mohammadi told the Times that:

I have no idea what they’re referring to as the only electronics I had in my possession or in my bag were personal items: a camera, a video camera, and my personal phones. All electronics, including laptops, were confiscated at our arrest while on board the ship and none have been returned.

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