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Israel Threatens to Turn Off Gaza´s Electricity
With three Kassam attacks against Ashkelon in recent days from Gaza, Israel threatened to turn of Gaza's electricity for two hours - but then realized that the hospital there has no generators.
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 1. Israel Threatens to Turn Off Gaza´s Electricity
 2. Kassams Continue Apace Despite Withdrawal from Gaza
 3. Syria and Iran Sign Pact to Resist Int´l Pressure, Hide Weapons
 4. Mother Sent Sons on Suicide Missions, Becomes Hamas Candidate
 5. Knesset Committee Demands Review of Disengagement Arrests
 6. Netanyahu Trying to "Moderate" the Likud
 7. Wallerstein: "We Must Shift Moderate Voters Away From Sharon"
 8. Economic Indicators Climb; Employment Continues to Rise
 9. A Chabad Holiday - Alter Rebbe Released from Prison
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1. Israel Threatens to Turn Off Gaza´s Electricity
By Hillel Fendel

With three Kassam attacks against Ashkelon in recent days from Gaza, Israel threatened to turn of Gaza's electricity for two hours - but then realized that the hospital there has no generators.

Three rockets have landed this week in or very close to Ashkelon and its sensitive installations - the Rothenberg power plant, an oil pipeline from Eilat, among others. One of them came down yesterday on an IDF base just south of Ashkelon. In general, Palestinian terrorists have fired rockets regularly over the past two weeks from Gaza to other western Negev locations. The total number of Kassams since the withdrawal from Gaza now tops 150; see below.

Defense Minister Sha'ul Mofaz is guiding the Israeli military to find a rocket-stopping solution that does not involve sending ground forces into Gaza. Haaretz newspaper reports that Israel informed the Palestinian Authority earlier this week that it would cut off electricity to Gaza for two hours if Kassam rockets continue to be fired towards Ashkelon. The purpose would be to sway PA public opinion against the terrorist organizations and their rocket attacks at Israel. However, it was realized that patients hospitalized in Gaza would be at risk, since the hospital has no generators. The threat to cut off the electricity will therefore have to wait until the hospital is hooked up to generators.

Israel is also considering other non-military options. Minister Mofaz continues to try diplomacy, and is set to meet with Egypt's Intelligence Chief Gen. Omar Suleimon in Tel Aviv today. He will reportedly ask Suleimon to use his influence with Palestinian Authority leaders to have them crack down on the rocket-firing terrorists. Suleimon is to meet today with PA chief Abu Mazen as well.

Agriculture Minister Yisrael Katz, fresh off his last-place finish in the Likud primaries this week, said this morning that the IDF should bomb several areas in Gaza, "with the purpose of causing Arabs to run away to Sinai."

Yoav Limor, Channel One’s military correspondent, said today that a ground-forces entry into Gaza is not in the cards. "Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is not likely," Limor told Army Radio, "to endanger practically his sole accomplishment of his term - the disengagement from Gaza - while paying a heavy political, international and even economic price... Not to mention his bad experience with [Israel's entry into] Lebanon [in 1982 when Sharon was Defense Minister]..."

Limor said, "There is no real military solution to Kassam rockets. The only time there could have been was on Jan. 30, 2001, when the first mortar shell was fired from Gaza, landing on a house in Netzarim. Israel should have responded then, but now it's too late. Another date on which action could possibly have been taken was three months ago, on Sept 14, 2005, when the first post-disengagement shell was fired from Gaza."

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2. Kassams Continue Apace Despite Withdrawal from Gaza
By Hillel Fendel

IDF figures show that the Disengagement from Gaza did not bring about a drop in rocket attacks against Sderot and the western Negev.

After a month of post-withdrawal quiet, there were 62 Kassam attacks in September (all in the second half of the month), 16 in October, 29 in November, and 49 so far this month. In total, then, there were 156 rockets since Israel's unilateral withdrawal from Gaza this past August. Over 80 more Gaza-fired Kassams landed during this period inside Gaza, short of their targets.

Twenty-five Israelis, including 22 civilians, were wounded in the attacks, though none seriously.

Close to 6,000 rockets and shells were launched from PA-controlled Gaza at Israeli targets between January 2001 and August 2005 - an average of over 100 a month. The vast majority of them fell on Jewish communities in Gaza, and a relatively small portion were fired at the Negev.

Nir Hasson, writing in Haaretz today, states, "The continued Kassam firing has destroyed the hopes of the local residents, and of the architects of the Disengagement, regarding 'quiet that would reign in the area around Gaza after the withdrawal.' In addition, the evacuation of the northern Gaza Jewish communities enabled the Palestinians to bring their shooting positions closer, and the Kassams are now able to reach the southern industrial zone of Ashkelon [and the] Rothenberg power station."

The Al-Aksa Brigades of Fatah and the Jerusalem Company of Islamic Jihad have both claimed responsibility for yesterday's Kassam rocket attacks towards Sderot and Ashkelon. Some of the rockets were fired from the ruins of the former Jewish community of Dugit in northern Gaza, which was destroyed in the Disengagement Plan.

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3. Syria and Iran Sign Pact to Resist Int´l Pressure, Hide Weapons
By Ezra HaLevi

Syria has agreed to store Iran's nuclear material, and Iran will grant asylum to Syrian officials implicated in the murder of former Lebanese PM Rafik Harriri, according to Jane's Defence Weekly.

According to the London-based defense magazine, the two counties signed a strategic accord to help each other resist international pressure regarding their weapons programs and misdeeds.

Jane's quoted diplomatic sources saying that Syria has agreed to store Iranian materials and weapons if the United Nations imposes sanctions upon the Islamic state. The sources said that Iran committed to protecting any Syrian intelligence officers indicted by the UN or Lebanon.

"The sensitive chapter in the accord includes Syria's commitment to allow Iran to safely store weapons, sensitive equipment or even hazardous materials on Syrian soil should Iran need such help in a time of crisis," Jane's said.

Another aspect of the agreement that directly affects Israel is that Syria committed itself to continue to supply the Iranian-sponsored Hizbullah terror group with weapons, ammunition and other equipment.

Hizbullah currently has 15,000 missiles and rockets that it received from Iran deployed on Lebanon’s border with Israel.

Also affecting the Jewish State is an Iranian commitment to supply Syria with the technology necessary to produce weapons of mass destruction and provide training to the Syrian army. Iran would upgrade Syrian ballistic missiles as well as chemical weapons systems, according to Jane's, and has even agreed to operate "advanced weapon systems in Syria during a military confrontation.”

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4. Mother Sent Sons on Suicide Missions, Becomes Hamas Candidate
By Baruch Gordon

Arab mother Um Nidal sent three children on anti-Israel death missions. Now she is the first female candidate on the Hamas list in the upcoming Palestinian Authority (PA) parliamentary elections.

Um Nidal, also known as Mariam Farahat, became famous when she was filmed bidding her 17-year-old son Mohammed farewell to die through terror. She ordered him "not to return except as a shahid [martyr for Allah]" - and he followed through.

Political observers in the PA are convinced that Hamas' fielding Um Nidal as a candidate will gain the terrorist group votes.

Palestinian Media Watch Director Itamar Marcus and Barbara Crook commented on Nidal's nomination, "It is striking, and indicative of the very nature of Palestinian society as one that accepts and values terror as a way of life, that a woman could be chosen to be a legislator solely by virtue of her celebration of her son's terrorism and death."

Marcus is quick to add that the phenomenon is not limited to extremists in the PA: "We are trying to point out that the adoration of mothers who send their sons to die is not a fringe sentiment in PA society. It is mainstream, promoted by the leaders and the academic infrastructure as well."

In the film that made Nidal famous, she advised her son on combat techniques before he murdered five Jewish students in the Gush Katif town of Atzmona on March 7, 2002.

The five students, who were taking part in a Torah lecture at the time at the local pre-military religious academy, heard explosions and gunfire; they turned off the lights and lay down on the floor. The terrorist then entered the lecture hall, spraying gunfire and throwing grenades at the unarmed students. In addition to the five murdered, 24 others were wounded, including three seriously.

In another interview filmed after the terrorist attack, Nidal explained that it was a mother's love for her son that motivated her to be joyous over his Shahada (martyr's) death. With the distribution of the two filmed segments, Um Nidal instantly became a heroine and role model among the Arabs of the PA.

Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) released the video depicting Nidal sending her 17-year-old son to his death, as well as her interview after his attack. The PMW video starts with a short segment of her starring in a new 25-minute Hamas election video released this month.

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Nidal's son Nidhal was eliminated by the IDF in 2003 while preparing for an attack against Israeli troops.

Her third son Rawad was in a vehicle laden with Kassam rockets earlier this year when an Israel Air Force helicopter scored a direct missile hit on it, abruptly terminating his terrorist career.

Um Nidal has three more sons.

President of Al-Quds University Sari Nusseibeh, hailed as a moderate in the West, had strong words of praise for Nidal during an Al-Jazeera interview:
Sari Nusseibeh: "What comes to mind as I listen to sister Um Nidal is the verse 'Paradise is under the feet of the mothers'. Praise is due to this woman, and to every Palestinian mother..."

Um Nidal (explaining why she sent her son to die): "My son is not dearer than Islam. I have offered him as a gift and a sacrifice to Allah, may he be glorified, and to His true faith..."
[Al-Jazeera, July 14, 2002]

Marcus points out, "Moderation in PA society is relative to people who may be suicide bombers, but relative to western standards, even the most moderate Palestinians have extreme terror-promoting ideology."

Arab society in the PA responded to Um Nidal by dubbing her the "Al-Khansa of Palestine (see Palestine Info website). Al-Khansa is a heroic figure from Islamic history who is glorified and revered solely for celebrating the deaths of her four shahid (martyred) sons. The PA has underscored the importance of joyfully sacrificing sons for Allah in many different ways. In Bethlehem, Jenin, Nablus, Khan Yunis and Rafiah, girls' schools were named after Al-Khansa, sending a clear message to young girls about their future role as the mothers of shahids.

Al-Khansah was honored in a televised play and official sermon by the PA on International Women's Day.

Marcus says, "Transforming Palestinian society into one that unabashedly embraces terror has necessitated terror promotion at all levels of its social, educational and political infrastructure. One of the most important components has been the indoctrination of mothers to see the deaths of their sons as positive - even beneficial - for their sons and their family status."

Armed with numerous examples of video documentation which appear below, Marcus concludes, "The Palestinian Authority has accordingly made it a principle to honor not only suicide terrorists but also the mothers who actively send their sons on suicide terror missions, as well as the mothers who express joy after their sons' Shahada - Death for Allah."

  • In the clip below, a mother describes the suicide death of her two sons as a "wedding."
    Click here to play video.
  • In this clip, a mother describes how she prayed during her pilgrimage to Mecca for her son to die as a shahid. Click here to play video.
  • A Palestinian Authority social welfare official explains how the governing bodies teach "daughters and granddaughters" to celebrate the death of sons as a wedding. Click here to play video.
  • A mother describes how her son sought Shahada in order to marry the "Dark Eyed" - the 72 maidens (or virgins) of Paradise. Click here to play video.
  • A mother describes how she hoped her son would die because "I wanted the best for him," and because it would bring honor to her entire family. Click here to play video.
  • A PA TV video clip, broadcast for years, directed mothers to send their sons to battle. The actress portraying a mother is shown expressing the traditional sound of joy after her son is killed. She then hands his gun to her next son and sends him into combat. Click here to play video.
  • The mother of a murderer of three Israelis describers her joy upon hearing of her son's death, and recounts that he aspired to Shahada because, in the son's words, "72 Dark Eyed [Maidens] of Paradise are waiting for me." Click here to play video.

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5. Knesset Committee Demands Review of Disengagement Arrests
By Hillel Fendel

The Knesset Law Committee asked the Police and State Prosecution to reconsider their decisions to indict 600 mostly young anti-disengagement protestors. Justice Minister Livny (Kadima) objects.

The demand was raised at this morning's stormy Knesset Law Committee session. Committee Chairman MK Michael Eitan (Likud) said that there exists a strong fear that the police and prosecution acted out of "vengeance and collective punishment" in deciding to hand down the indictments. He said that the civil rights of the protestors were not preserved, and that they were treated with dis-proportionate harshness in comparison with other protestors, such as university students and Arabs.

Atty. Amikam Hadar, counsel on behalf of the Honenu civil rights organization for many of the accused youngsters, participated in the session. He told Arutz-7 afterwards that in many cases, legal requirements regarding the indictment of minors were not fulfilled.

"The law is that minors must be brought before a testing officer," Hadar said, "to see if they should be indicted, but in many cases - in most cases in the Tel Aviv district, for example - this did not happen. Instead, many youngsters aged 13-14 and up were indicted, their cases are being quickly processed, and our requests to delay the proceedings have all been rejected by the Attorney-General, the State Prosecution and the police."

MK Sha'ul Yahalom (National Religious Party) blamed Justice Minister Livny for "turning the justice system into a government servant."

Minister Livny, who left the session before the end, said, "You may not speak in terms of vengeance; this is not acceptable to me." Chairman Eitan said, "Answer to the point, don't lecture me on ethics."

Atty. Hadar said that most of the indictments are on minor charges such as illegal assembly, acting wildly, blocking roads, and, in a minority of cases, attacking policemen and interfering with the investigation. It should be noted that in almost all cases in which the charges involve attacking policemen, the accused youngsters say they were merely defending themselves or responding to police force.

"There is no need now to have criminal proceedings against these youngsters," Atty. Hadar said. "The disengagement is over, and they are very positive youth. In addition, I see that because of the proceedings against them, some of them are already being told that they can't enlist in the army - or they themselves don't want to enlist. What does our society gain from this?"

MK Yitzchak Levy (National Union) also participated in the session, and said afterwards, "The committee officially filed a request to Attorney-General Mazuz to review the 600 indictments handed down by the police - but not the 100 more serious ones that the State Prosecution decided on. We were informed that there was no uniform policy by the various police departments in determining when to indict, and often the youngsters did not see a testing officer, etc. ... Mazuz has our request, and we will have to follow this closely."

MK Zahava Gal'on (Meretz) was also present, and mainly said that the religious MKs were only concerned about their population sector and not about other injustices.

In conclusion, Atty. Hadar said, "I'm not very optimistic, because we've been here before, but we'll keep trying. Keeping these minors out of the army is harmful to all of us."

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6. Netanyahu Trying to "Moderate" the Likud
By Hillel Fendel

Newly elected Likud Party Chairman Binyamin Netanyahu has offered the defeated Silvan Shalom the second spot on the party list. Both are seeking ways to remove Moshe Feiglin from the party.

Netanyahu was elected on Monday to lead the party, six and a half years after he resigned the same position. On May 17, 1999, as incumbent Prime Minister, he lost the national election to Ehud Barak, and then immediately announced that he was stepping down from the party leadership. He was replaced soon after by Ariel Sharon.

Following his victory on Monday night, Netanyahu met with Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom, his former challenger - some say he still presents a threat - for three hours on Tuesday. Netanyahu offered Shalom the #2 spot on the list of Knesset candidates for the upcoming election. The party's constitution, which states that candidates for all positions must be chosen in internal elections, must be changed in order to allow this, but objectors to such a move are expected to be few.

Netanyahu announced that Shalom, who opposed the Disengagement from Gaza only when it was first announced, will be "at my side in setting the Likud agenda."

Finance Minister Ehud Olmert, a personal rival of Netanyahu and a leading figure in Ariel Sharon's Kadima party, said today that the Likud - his former party - is now "an extremist group of Netanyahu, Landau and Feiglin."

Upon arriving today at Metzudat Ze'ev - the Likud headquarters in Tel Aviv - Netanyahu said, "The attempts to portray us [the Likud] as an extremist marginal party are total nonsense, and they must be stopped... we must burn away the extremist margins."

Netanyahu said he intends to drive out of the party all of its "criminal and negative elements." Many assume that he is referring to Moshe Feiglin and the Jewish Leadership faction.

Netanyahu was asked, but did not respond to, a question about whether he was referring to MKs Yechiel Chazan, Naomi Blumental and Michael Gorolovsky - all of whom face criminal charges on various matters.

The Jewish Leadership faction notes that many Likud MKs, such as Gilad Erdan, Ayoub Kara, Michael Ratzon and others, have taken part in its gatherings in the past.

A major issue facing the Likud is whether its Cabinet ministers should resign from the government or not. Netanyahu, who resigned shortly before the implementation of the expulsion from Gaza, says that Ministers Shalom, Livnat, Naveh and Katz should quit, in order to be able to attack the present government from without. The ministers themselves, however, feel there is no reason to rush to give up their Cabinet positions. The matter has not yet been resolved.

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7. Wallerstein: "We Must Shift Moderate Voters Away From Sharon"
By Hillel Fendel

Pinchas Wallerstein, speaking on Arutz-7's newsmagazine after the Likud election, explained why he and his colleagues on the Yesha Council supported Netanyahu over Moshe Feiglin.

Wallerstein's main point was that in order for moderate right-wingers to vote for the Likud and not Kadima, the Likud must not have an "extremist" image. The former chairman of the Council of Jewish Communities in Judea, Samaria and Gaza said:

"We endorsed Netanyahu in order not to remain in a narrow and idealistic framework that is enjoyable to be in, but will not reach the leadership levels. The Likud can bring the moderates among this nation to join, but Feiglin can't do this. Who can cause the people of the development towns not to support Sharon? This was the only question that stood before me, and nothing else, and this was why I preferred Netanyahu.

"It was clear to me that every day of internal discord in the Likud causes it to lose strength, and that we had to try to avoid a second round [in the event that no candidate would have received at least 40% of the vote - ed.]. We have a responsibility to prevent a discussion on the fate of Jerusalem, and to make efforts to include in the right-wing public even those who consider themselves moderate."

Wallerstein rejected remarks by Manhigut Yehudit figures to the effect that the Yesha Council is merely a group of wheeler-dealers. "Those who took part in building and settlement, as well as in funerals and the like, were us - and not those who now attack us," he said.

Arutz-7's Amatzia HaEitan asked, "Let's say that Netanyahu wins - will he go in the way you want?" Wallerstein responded, "It's clear that we have to keep on working and make sure that he has a strong right-wing camp behind him. We have to have a right-wing bloc that will prevent the formation of a Sharon-led government - and if we do, then we will still have to stand on guard. But if we don't, then we will face very difficult days ahead - but we won't give up."

Wallerstein added that it is "imperative that we have a united NRP-National Union list, which will hopefully receive as many votes as possible, so that we not continue to fight among ourselves, but rather fight the urgent and immediate threat that a Sharon government will pose to every Jewish community behind the partition wall, such as Beit El, Ofrah and many others."

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8. Economic Indicators Climb; Employment Continues to Rise
By Scott Shiloh

The Bank of Israel reported that a leading gauge of economic activity, the State of the Economy Index, rose by 0.2% in Nov., suggesting the economy is continuing to expand at a satisfactory rate.

Since September, the index has risen by 0.6%.

The Bank’s report, analyzing the various components making up the index, said the index of revenue from goods and services rose by 1.2% in October, after climbing by 1.9% in September.

The export index bounced back in November, rising by 6.8%, after declining by 7.1% in October. The import index fell by 2.7% in November, following a 1.3% drop in October.

The manufacturing index dropped by 1.9% in October, after rising by 0.2% in September.

The Bank’s report painted an increasingly rosy picture for employment in Israel. The number of persons employed in the business sector rose by 1.5% to 1.75 million. That statistic represents an increase of 22,000 employees in just one month.

Since July 2004, an estimated 73,000 new employees found jobs in the business sector, an increase of 4.4%.

The State of the Economy index is expected to rise by at least 4.5% in 2005, after moving up by 6.5% in 2004.

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