The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center has issued warnings regarding "anti-Israel
networks, organizations, and activists from the Middle East and around the globe who, in the very near future, intend to orchestrate 'propaganda events' challenging Israel's
These various groups are planning massive Islamic marches, caravans of people, into Jerusalem as early as
November 25, 2011. In March 2012, Islamic gatherings, armies of people, are being called upon to breach the Israeli-Jordanian borders. There will be 'flotilla after flotilla' that will
quietly sail into international waters to challenge Israel's sea
blockade to the Gaza Strip, and a "fly-in" protest to Ben-Gurion International Airport planned for April 2012."
The following is the Meir Amit's initial report of the main events planned against Israel in the
1) An Islamic display called the "Million Man Worldwide Caravan" to be held near the Israeli-Jordanian
border is planned for November 25, 2011: The participants will gather in the Jordanian valley north of the Dead Sea. They are liable to try to march to the Israeli border, even though in such
a case the Jordanian security forces may halt them. Their main stated goal is to emphasize the Islamic nature of Jerusalem. In addition, towards the end of November, close to the 29th (the
day the UN voted in favor of the Partition Plan), there may be rallies, demonstrations and other events in various locations in the Middle East and around the globe.
2) Sending isolated vessels to the Gaza Strip (no specific date known as yet): Applying the lessons learned
from the failure of the July 2011 flotilla to reach the Gaza Strip, the flotilla organizers have announced that they plan to use a new strategy of sending isolated vessels from various ports instead of large flotillas with extensive
media coverage, like the two vessels which set sail on November 2 and approached the Gaza Strip on November 4. Their objective is to exhaust Israel and exert continuous media and operative
pressure. In addition, convoys routinely enter the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing after coordinating with the Egyptian authorities.
3) In April 2012 protest fly-in of pro-Palestinian activists is scheduled to arrive at Ben-Gurion Airport,
who will proceed to the Palestinian Authority territories: The objective of the fly-in, according to its website, is to "again challenge the Israeli policy of isolating the West Bank." The
activists will reenact their (unsuccessful) July 2011 arrival by air. It can be assumed that this time the organizers will attempt to bring a larger number of activists and will apply the
lessons learned from the previous fly-in in an attempt to overcome the preventive steps taken by Israel, other countries and international airlines.
4) Plans made by various anti-Israeli networks around the globe whose objective is to breach the
borders of the State of Israel in March 2012 to reach Jerusalem: Anti-Israeli activists plan to arrive in the Arab states bordering on Israel in convoys from countries in Asia, North Africa
and Europe. Such events can take place only if the governments of the relevant Arab countries agree, which at this stage are not entirely certain.
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