Al Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations in Beirut issued an information file addressing the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip (GS) dubbed Operation Protective Edge by Israel and Operation Eaten Straw by Hamas, which lasted from 7/7/2014 until 26/8/2014.
During that period, Israel launched one of its most brutal aggressions against the Palestinian people since the 1948 war. The Palestinian resistance in GS, in return, has shown steadfastness in facing the Israeli Occupation Forces, thus achieving a balanced deterrence and it put the Israeli community across Palestine within the reach of resistance missiles.
Title: Information File (22): Al-‘Udwan al-Israeli ‘Ala Qita‘ Ghazzah: ‘Amaliyyat “al-‘Asf al-Ma’kul” – ‘Amaliyyat “al-Jarf al-Samid,” 7/7/2014–26/8/2014 (Israeli Aggression on Gaza Strip: Operation the Eaten Straw (al-‘Asf al-Ma᾿kul) – Operation Protective Edge, 7/7/2014–26/8/2014
Prepared by: Archives and Information Department
Paperback: 679 pages
Year of Publication: 2014 (First edition)
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The file addresses the developments of the Israeli attack on GS and the consequent human and material losses. It sheds light on the position and performance of the Palestinian factions in addition to popular and official stances during the offensive. It also presents to the readers the Israeli political, military and security stances in addition to the Israeli popular action. It discusses the Arab, Islamic and international positions. Its final chapter is a collection of reports, strategic assessments, and articles related to the assault.
The file, which comprises seven chapters, contains detailed academic material, thus providing researchers, policy makers, and those concerned with the Palestinian issue with clear, documented information. It is provides a better understanding of Israel’s policies, since it presents to the reader the opinions of prominent analysts in Israeli papers, covering major trends in Hebrew media.
Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies and Consultations, 18/11/2014