Rocket/ Missile Terrorist Attacks

Regional EffectsAugust 2011, a barrage of over 100 rockets struck Israel as tensions increased between Israel and Palestine. Hamas’ military wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades was blamed for the attacks originating in Gaza. Although the rocket attacks resulted in the disruption of daily life with approximately 500,000 Israeli’s seeking refuge in bomb shelters, there were few civilian deaths, injuries and damages to property. The attacks, which were continuous and varied in frequency throughout the month, grabbed regional and international news coverage, although falling short of the relentless media coverage that bigger and more violent attacks such as the 2008 Mumbai Attacks generated. The rocket attacks on Israel were not a one-off-one-month ordeal nor were the attacks one-sided. The rocket attacks in the Israel-Palestine conflict contribute heavily to the character of the conflict. The media coverage, as with other terrorists attacks, benefit the terrorist groups. Another…

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