Zionist political violence refers to acts of violence committed by Zionists.
Actions have been carried out by individuals and Jewish paramilitary groups such as the Irgun, the Lehi, the Haganah and the Palmach as part of a conflict between Jews, British authorities, and Palestinian Arabs, regarding land, immigration, and control over Palestine.
British soldiers and officials, United Nations personnel, Palestinian Arab fighters and civilians, and Jewish fighters and civilians have been targets or victims of these actions. Domestic, commercial, and government property, infrastructure, and material have also been attacked.
During the 1920 Nebi Musa riots, the 1921 Jaffa riots and the 1929 Palestine riots, Palestinian Arabs manifested hostility against zionist immigration, which provoked the reaction of Jewish militias. In 1935, the Irgun, a Zionist underground military organization, split off from the Haganah. The Irgun were the armed expression of the nascent ideology of Revisionist Zionism founded by Ze'ev Jabotinsky. He expressed this ideology as "every Jew had the right to enter Palestine; only active retaliation would deter the Arab and the British; only Jewish armed force would ensure the Jewish state".
When it comes to countering the Iran deal and Palestinian terrorism, there are two men who have enormous influence ... Many give him significant credit for slamming the brakes on the wave of terror this past May, in which 19 Israelis were killed and that easily could have turned into a broader intifada like three earlier rounds before his term.
More or less simultaneously, I came to understand that Israel, despite its breathtaking successes, was in mortal danger because of neighboring countries who sought its isolation and destruction, while terror groups attacked Israeli and diaspora targets across Europe and beyond.
Yair Marton, an Israeli reserve officer in an elite IDF unit, has been hired to advise director Martin... Marton writes on his Linkedin page that he has a special license from the Defense Ministry to train people overseas in Israeli counter-terror tactics.
Security has been tightened ahead of Rosh Hashanah as the country also faces a resurgence of Palestinian terrorism ... On the positive side, the Israeli economy is showing signs of bouncing back ... Both countries also affirmed their commitment to enable Israeli passport holders to be ...
For three days last month, the skies again filled with drones, F-16s and 1,100 rockets, terrorizing millions and killing and wounding dozens. This last round of acute Israeli-Palestinian violence should remind everyone that the conflict is not over or managed ... Both Israelis and Palestinians feel stuck.
Islamic radicalization is on the rise too, leading to increased Bedouin involvement in terrorism against Jewish Israelis... Indeed, that was the focus of successive Israeli government committees and action plans ... The Police has neither the manpower, the leadership, the institutional culture, nor the mandate to enforce Israeli sovereignty in the south.
Blaming TikTo and other social media for lone wolf terror attacks ... He argued that he’d only been speaking about the “most extreme scenario, in which there is a danger to Israeli democracy and the security of the country, in the event of an uprising that incorporates broad elements of terrorism within the State of Israel.”.
"Lapid has already said in the past that he is ready to 'evacuate 90,000Israelis in order to establish a Palestinian state.' Now he intends to give them a state of terror in the heart of the country, a state that will threaten us all," added the former prime minister.
Over 2,000Palestinian terror suspects have been detained since then, and 300 attacks have been foiled, according to the IsraeliSecurity Agency (Shin Bet) ... They were not only armed militiamen who responded with violence to Israeli raids, but also unarmed civilians, minors and journalists, such as Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh.
This has included numerous incidents in which Palestinians have clashed with Israeli security forces or where individuals have tried to commit terror attacks ... though it was the terror group’s mass murdering of Israelis and endless firing of rockets that led to the blockade.