Mahmoud Abu Rahma, International Relations Director at Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, was stabbed repeatedly last Friday and is in critical condition.
No group has assumed responsibility for the stabbing.
Human rights groups believe it is retribution on the part of Hamas, the terrorist group that governs Gaza, for articles Abu Rahma authored in which he exposed and condemned the use of “human shields” by Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups.
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