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Hamas Sentences 5 to Hang, 1 to be Shot For Collaborating With Israel

Of the 14 charged with “collaborating” with Israel, a Hamas military court in the terrorist controlled Gaza Strip sentenced six people including a woman to death.



In total 14 people were sentenced for “collaborating with the occupation,” with five sentenced to be hanged and one shot, and eight others were sentenced to hard labor ranging from six to 15 years. It was not clear when the executions of those in custody would take place.

A Hamas interior ministry spokesperson said, “those convicted were linked to a communications and eavesdropping device planted by the (Israeli) occupation.”

Hamas extrajudicial justice: Palestinian found guilty of “collaborating” with Israel – Twitter

The six condemned to death on Monday ranged in age from 29 to 55 and had each allegedly been working with Israeli intelligence for several years. Continue Reading »

After Hamas accuses Palestinian of collaborating with Israel, family executes him


Based on claims by Hamas that one of their relatives assisted Israel in locating 3 senior terrorists for elimination during the 2014 Gaza war, the Palestinian family reported on Friday that they had executed him in the city of Rafah, Gaza.

By Elad Benari, Canada


A Gazan family said on Friday it had killed one of its relatives, claiming he had helped Israel track down and kill three senior Hamas terrorists, including one of the man’s own kinsmen.

In a statement quoted by Yediot Aharonot, the family of Ahmed Barhoum said it had shot him in the city of Rafah after they were told by Hamas that he had provided information to Israel. Continue Reading »