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War on Terror

Until the signing of the Oslo Accords and the subsequent IDF withdrawal from cities in Judea and Samaria, no more than ten to twenty Israelis were killed each year in terror attacks, even at the height of the first Intifada. After the Oslo Accords, terrorism escalated, taking an average of 50 to 70 Israeli lives each year.Read more
Judea and Samaria are positioned on a formidable mountain range, towering over central Israel. From north to south, Hadera to Gedera, Israel’s major urban population center lies passively below the commanding heights of Judea and Samaria.Read more
The State of Israel is an island of stability within the turbulent Middle East. Israel, the sole democracy in the region, is surrounded by totalitarian regimes that are currently facing revolutions and the threat of Islamic radicalization.Read more
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