Israel’s channel 1 TV channel recently launched a two-part series about a group of people who became known as the “Israeli War Against Terrorism” (IAAT) during the second intifada.
The series, titled “The War” is set to air on Sunday.
IAT, also known as Islamic Jihad and the Islamic Movement, were an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood movement that claimed responsibility for a series of terrorist attacks in Israel during the 1990s and 2000s.
During the second wave of the second Intifada, Israeli forces used disproportionate force to try and dislodge the IAT.
IATA and its affiliates have continued to terrorize Israelis and the international community since the end of the Oslo Accords.
Israel’s Channel 2 recently premiered a short film titled “My Journey,” which portrays the IATA as a radical, violent, and extremist organization that has attacked Israel and the Jewish state in the past.
The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have also been involved in the IID campaign, according to Channel 10.
IAT was banned by Israel in 2005, but since then the organization has been allowed to reemerge in the Gaza Strip and Israel-Palestine under the auspices of the Hamas-run Hamas government.
The group has a history of targeting Israeli civilians, and attacks have often taken place in Jerusalem.
The organization is also suspected of involvement in the 2009 kidnapping of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been criticized for his refusal to call the IATE a terrorist organization and for the lack of response from international bodies when IAT has claimed responsibility.
Despite the criticisms, IAT and its affiliated groups are known for its brutal tactics.
Israel has been involved with the IAP, or Internal Security Units, since its inception.
IAPs were responsible for assassinating and murdering Palestinian leaders and activists, and attacking Israeli civilians.
ITA, which was created in 2014, was responsible for more than 2,100 attacks on Israelis in 2016.