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21. Iranian Artillery Rockets [8/18/2003] Ref #10204
Iranian military forces possess a wide variety of artillery rockets, although the diversity of these holdings is exceeded only by the paucity of detailed information in the open literature.
Global Security.org
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22. TRW uses world's first laser weapon to shoot down operational rocket [6/7/2000] Ref #10205
TRW, the U.S. Army and the Israel Ministry of Defence have blazed a new trail in the history of defensive warfare by using the Army's Tactical High Energy Laser/Advanced Concept Technology.
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23. Effective Ballistic Missile Defense Requires a New Testing Paradigm [3/15/2002] Ref #10206
IDF has questioned the High Energy Laser System (“Nautilus”) effectiveness in the event of a large-scale attack with a barrage of dozens of rockets at once.
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24. Israel Assesses Hezbollah Missile Threat… [1/2/2003] Ref #10207
Hezbollah has received considerable missile assistance from both Syria and Iran, and is now believed to be in possession of over 10,000 Katyusha rockets and hundreds of Iranian made “Fajr”
Ilan Berman  The American Foreign Policy Council
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Abbas is no more a "moderate" than Tariq Aziz, and notwithstanding his reputation as an "advocate of peace," he calls openly for violence against Jews.
Jeff Jacoby Boston Globe
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26. The (Revised) Palestinian Account of Camp David Part I: The Refugee Issue [8/19/2003] Ref #10219
The Palestinian account of Camp David and the reasons why Israel's proposals were rejected by Arafat, have recently undergone a transformation aimed at improving both the Palestinian image and the Palestinian public relations strategy.
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27. What was the 1974 PLO "Phased Plan" for Israel's destruction? [8/19/2003] Ref #10220
This approach judged that Israel could only be destroyed ‘stage by stage,’ using the Palestinian Authority as a cover to establish a platform from which the PLO could attack Israel.
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28. The PLO's "Phased Plan" [6/9/1974] Ref #10221
Wars convinced the Arabs that they would not be able to destroy Israel militarily within its post-1967 boundaries. Thus they embarked upon a new three-stage strategy for Israel's destruction, embodied in the PLO's 1974 decision commonly known as the Phased Plan
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29. Peace or Terror? Israelis Killed in Terror Attacks. 1967-1997 [8/19/2003] Ref #10222
The chart above shows the number of Israelis killed in terror attacks in each of the 30 years since 1967, when Israel took control of Judea and Samaria ("the West Bank") and Gaza.
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Supporters of the Oslo process contend that the advent of ballistic missiles, both conventional and non-conventional, have negated the importance of traditional measures of security, such as territorial strategic depth, balance of power, and buffer zones.
Shawn M. Pine freeman.org
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