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Limited IDF Operations Underway in Southern Gaza

Eight PA terrorists were eliminated in several IDF counter-terrorism operations in Gaza on Tuesday. Four soldiers suffered from smoke inhalation.

  1. Limited IDF Operations Underway in Southern Gaza
  2. Weiss: Leftists Didn’t Last One Night!
  3. Struggle for New Communities Continues
  4. Dahlan: Hamas and Fatah Are Not So Far Apart
  5. High School Teachers’ Strike May End
  6. Emergency Water Rations in Ramle: A Drill
  7. Foundation Established in Memory of MK Yuri Shtern
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1. Limited IDF Operations Underway in Southern Gaza

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

Eight Palestinian Authority terrorists in Gaza were eliminated in IDF counter-terrorism operations by noontime on Tuesday, including six in southern Gaza who were killed in
At least 30 tanks and bulldozers moved into the areas around Khan Younis and Rafiah in southern Gaza.
Israel Air Force air strikes near Khan Younis. Four soldiers suffered from smoke inhalation.

At least 30 tanks and bulldozers moved into the areas around Khan Younis and Rafiah in southern Gaza early Tuesday morning, clashing with PA terrorists who fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and mortars. Israeli forces destroyed a gas station on the road between the two Gaza cities, both hotbeds of smuggling and terrorist activity. More than 20 PA suspects were taken into custody during house-to-house searches before 9:00 am, as Israeli soldiers deployed on rooftops and in the streets.

Three terrorists from the Islamic Jihad who approached ground forces in an effort to carry out an attack were eliminated in an air strike. A subsequent air strike on the unused airport in Rafiah, on the Gaza-Egyptian border, critically injured three other PA terrorists, according to Arab sources. The condition of two other members of the targeted Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) cell is unknown.

Four IDF soldiers who suffered from smoke inhalation as a result of an RPG attack near Khan Yunis were evacuated to Soroka Hospital in Be’er Sheva.

An IDF spokesman described the ongoing operation, approximately one mile into southern Gaza, as “routine counter-terrorism” activity.

PA Rocket Attacks Continue
Palestinian Authority terrorists in Gaza launched a Kassam rocket attack on the western Negev early Tuesday morning. The rocket exploded in an open area, causing no injuries or damage. On Monday, a toy factory in the city of Sderot was destroyed in a PA rocket attack. Enemy forces have launched more than 2,000 rockets at Jewish communities and forces in the Negev since the start of 2007. The Israeli government still has not issued orders for a full-scale IDF offensive to halt the attacks.

In earlier hours of the morning, Israel Air Force fighter pilots killed two PA terrorists in separate air strikes in northern Gaza, as well. North of Beit Hanoun, an Islamic Jihad terrorist was killed overnight Monday in a gunfight with IDF troops. Four other terrorists were wounded in the clash, locals said. IDF spokesmen confirmed that there had been a gunfight in the area.

In other counter-terror operations, IDF troops arrested 12 wanted PA residents late Monday night during a sweep of Judea and Samaria. The 12 fugitives were transferred to General Security Services personnel for questioning.

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2. Weiss: Leftists Didn’t Last One Night!

by Hillel Fendel

Daniella Weiss, one of the most veteran leaders and pioneers of the Judea, Samaria and Gaza settlement enterprise, and the mayor of Kedumim for 11 years until stepping down this year, visited on Monday several of the new settlement outpost sites being built this Chanukah. Standing outside Mevaseret Adumim, between Maaleh Adumim and Jerusalem, she spoke with Yishai Fleisher on IsraelNationalRadio. Excerpts:

“…Yes, Chanukah is very special for me [as this was the time of year 32 years ago when we started, against all odds, the first Jewish town in the Shomron – Kedumim]. When I saw the leftists demonstrating yesterday outside this new outpost here in Mevaseret Adumim, the area that is called E-1 [where the government approved the construction of 4,000 units which have now been held up under American pressure], it reminded me of what happened 32 years ago.

“In 1975, when we came to the Shomron, a leftist group headed by Ran Cohen [now a Knesset Member from the far-left Meretz Party] came to protest, and they stood there opposite the place that later became the Jewish town of Elon Moreh. It was a cold December night, and we came out to them and brought them coffee, and we said let’s see who will remain here longer, you or us – and they didn’t even remain that night! Yet we’ve been here 32 years, with more than 200 communities and towns and farms and even cities that have been built since then…

“So now when I hear people ask if we will succeed with these new outposts, and how long they will last. I tell them that we were removed seven times before we were able to start Kedumim, and only on the 8th time did we succeed. So don’t worry; we just have to invest more and more energy and time and strength and dedication so that it will become a beautiful community.”

Asked if it is not true that her faith, and the fact that she has in fact succeeded, gives her the strength and confidence to continue, Daniella said, “Certainly, but not only that – it is also all the youth that I see here. We sometimes hear complaints that the adults are barely involved in these efforts – but I say that the very presence of the youth is our future! Not only that, but when they work for days to build something and then the army knocks it down or takes it away, I never hear these youngsters complain or lament; they just say right away, ‘This was a mitzvah [a Torah commandment or good deed], something important that we did for the Land of Israel, and now let’s start again!’ This shows me that we are climbing up not only physically, but also spiritually, and it gives me strength as well.”

Daniella Weiss listed nine locations that are currently being built:

“First of all, there is Homesh, which was destroyed in Arik Sharon’s Disengagement plan, but where it’s already been five months that it’s been on the way to being rebuilt; the police and army keep coming to try to destroy it, but we keep going back there, and there is a small yeshiva there, and people come every day, and it’s just glorious. In addition, there is Harchivi just outside Elon Moreh, which was started before Sukkot, and Shvut Ami between Kedumim and Karnei Shomron, which is about two months old. Then there is Nofei Hashmonaim, where the youths come time and again, even though the army takes them down, and Maoz Esther near Kokhav HaShachar, and Givat Halhoul near Karmei Tzur, and Eitam near Efrat. There is also this spot where I am standing, Mevaseret Adumim between Maaleh Adumim and Jerusalem, which blocks Arab expansion in this area, and Givat HaOr where I just came from outside Beit El. Givat HaOr is a very important location, with several buildings already standing that were probably built during the Jordanian occupation; these buildings, ironically, cannot be destroyed by the army, because they are Jordanian…. I say this in a bittersweet manner, as if the army is waiting for the Jordanians to return so they can take back these buildings; let’s pray to G-d that this never happens. But there’s room there for 15-20 families, and lots of room for more houses to be built.”

Thus, in the spirit of Chanukah, during which we increase our light and strength as we increase the number of candles we light each night, Daniella Weiss and others lead the way to an increased Jewish presence in and connection to the Land of Israel.

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3. Struggle for New Communities Continues

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz and Hillel Fendel

On Monday, police and soldiers expelled activists from three of eight new Jewish communities established in recent days throughout Judea and Samaria. Givat Halhoul
Activists and police fell into a… pattern of forced eviction and determined return.
near Hevron, Mevaseret Adumim between Maaleh Adumim and Jerusalem, and Harchivi near Kedumim, have all been forcibly emptied.

Givat HaOr, too, outside Beit El, was evacuated early this morning, and several arrests were made when the youthful pioneers attempted to return several hours later. Officials said they would expel activists from another four new communities within two days.

At Maoz Esther, near Kokhav HaShachar, Alex G’alyah plans to light the eight Chanukah candles this evening. His wife Esther, the mother of his seven children, was murdered by Palestinian terrorists in November 2002, and for outpost is named for her. Some 30 people spent the night there, for the second night in a row, and are now working to build up the area.

Some of the pioneers ejected from Mevaseret Adumim explained that dozens had been removed from the site on Sunday night, but returned overnight to reestablish Jewish presence in the area. Activists and police fell into a similar pattern of forced eviction and determined return Sunday and Monday at Nofei Hashmonaim (near the Modiin area) and Givat Halhoul.

At Netzer, just north of Alon Shvut in Gush Etzion, many activists have maintained a presence. Slightly to the south, an Arab woman armed with a knife attempted to stab a soldier at the Gush Etzion junction late Tuesday morning. Soldiers at the site overcame and arrested her.

The nuclei for eight Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria were either established or strengthened by Jewish pioneers in a special Chanukah settlement project. Land of Israel activists said they would continue returning to all of the sites from which they are evicted, in defiance of attempts to keep them away.

Wallerstein Spends the Day at Police HQ
Pinchas Wallerstein, the former chairman of the Binyamin Regional Council, told Arutz-7 Radio that he spent Sunday being interrogated by the police about the Chanukah settlement campaign.

Regarding the campaign itself, Wallerstein said, “It is an important move, but it is not an act of settlement. Now, after the harsh judgments of Annapolis, the expression of the struggle that despite it all and in spite of everything, we are acting on the ground – that is an important thing in and of itself. However, it must be seen in the correct proportions…. it is just a way to present the failures of the government.”

Wallerstein said that the central goal at this stage must be to “create the conditions for Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu to quit the government,” rather than “showing how right we are.”

Weiss: ‘Rice Has a Migraine Because of Migron’
Daniella Weiss, former mayor of the town of Kedumim and one of the leaders of the
“Create the conditions for Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu to quit the government.” — Pinchas Wallerstein
Chanukah settlement activity at Givat HaOr, has a different view than Wallerstein.

“The goal of the operation is to settle on every single hill and in every single place throughout the open spaces of the Land of Israel,” she said. “While the government talks about ceding parts of the Land of Israel to murderers or to a foreign entity, we are increasing our efforts to hold on everywhere. We chose a few sites and we are successfully holding on, despite all the attempts at destruction.”

Weiss added her view of the reports of American insistence on the removal of Jewish outposts in Judea and Samaria: “There is a reason that Condoleezza Rice has a migraine because of Migron. It is not a problem to remove Migron, it’s only a few trailers, but a spiritual power flows from there and that is what strengthens the Jewish spark in Tel Aviv.”

From the physical presence in Judea and Samaria, Weiss explained, comes a powerful spirit of independence, of the heroism of the Maccabees.

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4. Dahlan: Hamas and Fatah Are Not So Far Apart

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

In an interview with the Kuwaiti news agency on Monday, senior Fatah leader Muhammad Dahlan criticized Hamas, but said that Fatah and Hamas are not that far apart on the practical level.

Dahlan, a terrorist commander who was the Fatah warlord in charge of Gaza, claimed that the Hamas leadership is starting to recognize its mistake in launching a coup against Fatah in Gaza last June. For its part, Dahlan said, Fatah is hoping that Hamas will agree to reverse the political consequences of its takeover.

“There is no way to reestablish Palestinian unity other than a dialogue based on Hamas reversing its armed coup and providing guarantees that it won’t be repeated,” Dahlan told the Kuwaiti interviewer.

According to Dahlan, Hamas refuses to recognize Fatah, the Oslo Accords or the Palestinian Authority. However, it was those elements that made it possible for Hamas to take power in January 2006, Dahlan noted.

“On the practical level, there are no great differences between the two sides,” Dahlan said, “as most Palestinians are talking about a Palestinian state in the 1967 borders with Jerusalem as its capital and the return of Palestinians [to pre-1967 Israel] – and Hamas supports this, as well.”

Hamas is an offshoot of the international Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist organization
Fatah also has its roots in the Muslim Brotherhood.
that was founded in Egypt of the 1920s. Fatah also has its roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, having evolved from a student organization affiliated with the Brotherhood and with its primary leader, Yasser Arafat, having been a Brotherhood member himself.

Regarding the ongoing insecurity throughout the Arab nations – such as Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Sudan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, etc. – Dahlan claimed that it is primarily a result of “the Israeli occupation.” According to the Fatah leader, the American government has also come to realize that there will not be any stability in the Middle East as long as the Arab-Israeli conflict persists.

Al-Sharq Al-Awsat: Mashaal Agrees to Cede Control
Hamas politburo chief and arch-terrorist Khaled Mashaal has reportedly agreed to return control over Gaza’s security and government offices to the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority government of Mahmoud Abbas.

According to a report Tuesday in the London-based Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, Mashaal was persuaded to cede his terrorist group’s control over the region during a meeting with officials in Saudi Arabia on Monday. It was not clear how or when the change of command would be carried out.

A separate report on Tuesday in another London-based Arabic newspaper, Al-Hayat, said that senior Fatah terrorist Farouk Kadoumi requested that Syria host negotiations between Hamas and Fatah. Hamas’s Mashaal is based in Damascus.

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5. High School Teachers’ Strike May End

by Hana Levi Julian

Secondary School Teachers’ Association head Ran Erez expressed cautious optimism about the chances of ending the eight-week-old strike after leaving another marathon negotiating session with the Education and Finance Ministries late Monday night.

The teachers’ union reportedly agreed to waive its demands for a pay hike beyond that achieved by other teachers, a raise of five percent, like that being received by workers covered by collective-bargaining agreements in other segments of the economy. The teachers’ union originally demanded a wage hike of 20 percent, a number which dropped first to 15 percent, then to 13.5 percent and most recently to 8.5 percent as the strike dragged on.

The greatly reduced salary raise would come in exchange for a reduction in class size from more than 40 down to 30 students. Estimates by government officials placed the price tag for smaller classrooms at NIS 1.5 billion.

The proposal, formulated with the help of Histadrut national labor federation head Ofer Eini, also requires the government to restore 8.5 hours that were cut from the school week, as well as what Erez called “realistic [education] reform.”

Some teachers expressed consternation at the lukewarm results their marathon strike has apparently achieved.

Interviewed on Channel 2, the union head was adamant that the teachers would not return to the classrooms without a deal on those three points. Teachers – and students – will apparently return the 48 school days lost in the strike during the Passover and summer vacations.

Erez says the government is studying the offer. He says government negotiators initially rejected the first two points and offered only the reforms agreed to last year by the Histadrut Hamorim teachers union for elementary schools.

Both sides returned to the negotiating table late Tuesday morning.

The National Labor Court issued a back-to-work order forcing the teachers to return to the classrooms on Thursday, at the end of the Chanukah vacation. The union is appealing the order to the High Court of Justice, pending the results of today’s negotiations. Many teachers had said they would quit altogether rather than teach under duress without a new contract.

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6. Emergency Water Rations in Ramle: A Drill

by Hillel Fendel

Preparing a “just in case” scenario, the City of Ramle is carrying out an exercise in supplying citizens with emergency water rations.

The exercise is being carried out today (Tuesday) by the Interior Ministry’s Water Administration, in coordination with the Ramle municipality and with the participation of Israel Police, Mekorot Water Company, and Malach (the Emergency Distribution Administration).

The drill will begin with a simulated multi-rocket attack on the city that knocks out the electricity, sewage and water infrastructures. In such a scenario, the city is then forced to provide alternate means of water supply, including activating water drawing installations, distribution centers for water containers, faucet stations, help from neighboring local councils, water-bottle distribution, and more.

The exercise, the first of its kind in Ramle, will also help the city prepare for water supply problems caused by earthquake, war, contamination, or other.

“Unfortunately,” said Interior Ministry Director Aryeh Bar, “the citizens of our country are all too familiar with emergency situations. Our Ministry’s task is to help the local councils and the public prepare as well as possible to receive all services even during emergencies.”

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7. Foundation Established in Memory of MK Yuri Shtern

by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz

A foundation dedicated to assisting new immigrants to Israel and protecting the environment has been established in memory of Yuri Shtern. The former Yisrael Beiteinu Knesset Member passed away in January 2007, at the age of 58, following a long battle
Shtern was influential in bringing thousands of “refuseniks” to the Jewish State.
with cancer.

A Zionist activist in Moscow during the dark days of the Soviet Union, Shtern immigrated to Israel in 1981. He eventually served in the Knesset as a representative of two parties, the now-defunct Yisrael B’Aliyah, headed by Natan Sharansky, and then Yisrael Beiteinu, under Avigdor Lieberman. Shtern later founded and served as the spokesman for the Soviet Jewry Education and Information Center, the Council of Immigrants Association and the Soviet Jewry Zionist Forum.

With the aid of Jews and Christians worldwide, Shtern was influential in bringing thousands of “refuseniks” (those Jews denied emigration rights in the former Soviet Union) to the Jewish State.

Shtern was hailed by Christian supporters of the Jewish State for his founding of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus in 2004, which works to create formal lines of communication between international Christian leaders and Israeli parliamentarians.

The Yuri Shtern Foundation‘s first four major projects will include:

* a $2,000 annual scholarship fund, established in conjunction with the Jewish Agency, for 500 outstanding immigrant students who made Aliyah without their families;

* the Yuri Shtern Holistic Center for Cancer Patients at Jerusalem’s Shaarei Zedek Hospital. The treatments, provided by volunteer therapists in Jerusalem free of charge, will allow patients of all socio-economic backgrounds to benefit equally;

* the establishment of an environmental promenade on the shores of Lake Kinneret, as part of the Kinneret Trail project; and

* the construction of a ecologically-sensitive community park in the Jerusalem neighborhood of N’vei Yaakov.

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