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Hamas, Islamic Jihad Forge Pact for "Next Intifada"

Hamas protesters (Photo: wikicommons/KafrAdDeek)

While much of the terror being directed at Israel has come in and around Jerusalem, the Jewish state's Gaza-based enemies continue to pose a threat. Arutz Sheva's Tova Dvorin reports that Hamas and Islamic Jihad have made a pact for their next attack on Israel:

Palestinian arch-terrorist Marwan Barghouti, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas have already set plans for the "next intifada," Walla! News reports Monday - even as Barghouti sits in an Israeli prison cell.

Plans to overthrow "the Israeli occupation" include "non-violent" moves to retake lands Israel liberated after the 1967 Six-Day War - i.e. Judea, Samaria, and parts of Jerusalem - and make them into a "Palestinian state."

Unlike the current wave of terror directed against Israel, this one - dubbed "The people's path to peace" - will allegedly be organized, premeditated, and under the auspices of a united pact between the various terror organizations and political bodies - and, instead of a physical focus, attack Israel's image and diplomatic standing.

The program aims, as well, to pass several UN resolutions and other international sanctions against Israel; mandate the Palestinian 'right of return'; and release terrorists.

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