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May 21, 1989 | DANIEL WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
A day after Palestinians clashed with pursuing Israeli troops in a deadly shoot-out, the leadership of the Arab uprising in the West Bank and Gaza Strip called on its followers Saturday to take revenge on Israeli soldiers and settlers whenever Palestinians are killed by either. "From a position of self-defense and in order to make the enemy pay a high price for his crimes, we call on the strike forces to attack soldiers and settlers and to kill a soldier or settler for every martyr who falls," the latest leaflet of the underground leaders said Saturday.
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May 21, 1989 | DANIEL WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
A day after Palestinians clashed with pursuing Israeli troops in a deadly shoot-out, the leadership of the Arab uprising in the West Bank and Gaza Strip called on its followers Saturday to take revenge on Israeli soldiers and settlers whenever Palestinians are killed by either. "From a position of self-defense and in order to make the enemy pay a high price for his crimes, we call on the strike forces to attack soldiers and settlers and to kill a soldier or settler for every martyr who falls," the latest leaflet of the underground leaders said Saturday.
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September 17, 1990 | Reuters
Leaders of the Palestinian revolt urged Baghdad's allies Sunday to cut off oil supplies to the West and send troops to back Iraq against Western forces in the Persian Gulf. The Unified National Leadership for the Uprising in the Occupied Territories made the appeal in a letter read to a conference of pro-Iraqi groups that opened here Saturday. The letter singled out Libya and Algeria.
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October 21, 1989 | From Reuters
Palestinian activists in the Israeli-occupied territories killed two Arabs and seriously beat another one Friday, the Israeli army and hospital staff members said. Palestinians said activists of the Unified National Leadership for the Uprising in the Occupied Territories knifed Harb Auda Aiysa, 41, during prayers in a mosque at a Gaza Strip refugee camp.
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May 12, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Underground leaders in the occupied lands urged Palestinians on Wednesday to "burn the earth with fire and anger" in continued rebellion. Instructions for more Arab strikes, boycotts and other resistance appeared in a new underground leaflet. It was distributed as soldiers rounded up at least 11 Arab journalists and other community leaders in overnight raids.
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August 13, 1988 | United Press International
Israeli soldiers Friday shot and killed a Palestinian and wounded a second who attacked an army patrol with axes and chains in a Gaza Strip refugee camp, the army said. With the Palestinian uprising in its ninth month, a poll published Friday in the Jerusalem Post showed that almost half of Israeli Jews interviewed favor forcing Arabs to leave the West Bank and Gaza Strip to safeguard the democratic and Jewish nature of Israeli society.
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March 22, 1988 | Times Wire Services
A Palestinian was shot to death in the Gaza Strip on Monday during a day of protests and clashes called by clandestine leaders of a Palestinian uprising who urged more attacks on Israelis. The self-styled Unified National Leadership for the Uprising in the Occupied Territories had declared Monday a "day of fierce confrontation" to mark the 20th anniversary of an Israeli raid into Jordan. In a new leaflet, the leaders called for escalated attacks on soldiers and Jewish settlers.
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June 8, 1988 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, Times Staff Writer
The Israeli-appointed Arab mayor of a town in the occupied West Bank was stabbed in the chest and seriously wounded Tuesday, apparently by a Palestinian militant, as he stepped outside his office. A police spokesman said Mayor Hassan Tawil was stabbed with a "very long knife" that punctured the left side of his chest and entered his heart. He was taken to a hospital in nearby Ramallah, where his condition after surgery was said to be "critical but stable."
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March 13, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Hundreds more Arab policemen in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip resigned Saturday to protest Israeli treatment of Palestinians in the territories, while in Tel Aviv, about 100,000 Israelis rallied on the eve of Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's trip to the United States to urge him to support the American peace initiative. Israel Radio said about 450 of the 800 to 1,000 Arab police officers in the occupied territories have quit their jobs in the past two days.
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March 16, 1988 | DAN FISHER, Times Staff Writer
Israeli authorities blocked international telephone service in the occupied territories and banned movement of Palestinians between the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Tuesday in an extraordinary new effort to end 14 weeks of Arab unrest. The moves follow a ban announced Monday on delivery of gasoline, heating oil and other fuel to the West Bank and tougher export controls meant to tighten the economic squeeze on Arab residents.
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June 10, 1988 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, Times Staff Writer
An Arab youth was shot and killed in a clash with Israeli troops Thursday at the start of a general strike in the West Bank and Gaza Strip marking the six-month anniversary of the Palestinian uprising. Shops and businesses closed their doors in the occupied territories and Arab East Jerusalem in response to a call by the clandestine Unified National Leadership for the Uprising in the Occupied Territories.
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