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Hamas on Manhunt to Execute Israeli Collaborators

Gaza Arabs who risk being executed for helping Israel are in Hamas crosshairs again. Eight collaborators were brutally executed last November, Now, Hamas wants more.
Hamas security officials using batons to detain Fatah supporters during clashes in Gaza City on Sept. 7, 2007.

Hamas security officials using batons to detain a suspect in Gaza City.

The Hamas regime in Gaza has launched an all-out manhunt to round up collaborators with Israel, most of whom usually end up executed.

Hamas interior ministry official Mohammed Lafi said, “We monitor the tools and techniques used by the Israeli occupation to recruit collaborators and we are working to dismantle them,” according to the Bethlehem-based Ma’an news agency.

He claimed that that the number of collaborators has decreased in recent years because of “rehabilitation programs,” which may partly true or may be a spooky euphemism  for simply sentencing them to death in courts or executing them without trial.

Hamas courts have handed down 30 death sentences in the past six years, mostly against collaborators, and Hamas executed at least eight men last November during the Pillar of Defense counterterrorist operation that ended the latest barrage of missile attacks on Israel.

The executions are brutal.

Last November, masked gunmen, possibly from the rival Salafist terrorist gang, grabbed six alleged informers out of their vehicle and shot them dead, one by one.

People screamed, “Spy! Spy!” and some onlookers spit on the corpses.

One of the bodies, as seen in the video below, was chained to a motorcycle that dragged it through Gaza City’s main streets.



Two other Gaza residents also were murdered the same week, one of them shot dead in public, while the body of the other was found in a garbage can. Human rights groups issued a condemnation of the executions and then dropped the matter.

Israeli intelligence is dependent on informers from Gaza, who have helped prevent hundreds of terrorist attacks and have passed on to Israel information on the location of rocket launching cells.

Intelligence information to counter Hamas terrorism goes far beyond Gaza. The Egyptian newspaper Al-Youm Al-Sabea reported this week that Hamas refused to accept a shipment of 28 advanced long-range missiles from Libya because of fears that Israeli agents placed tracking devices in the weapons.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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6 Responses to “Hamas on Manhunt to Execute Israeli Collaborators”

  1. This is the way people in Gaza with more power, get to get rid of people they don’t like, or owe money to, or consider to be nuisances or rivals.

  2. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    By definition in hamastan, any Christian, or opponent of the jihadi rule is a collaborator.

  3. Arie's Pragmatic Politics says:

    By definition in hamastan, any Christian, or opponent of the jihadi rule is a collaborator.

  4. Jesus is coming soon. The only solution to the hatred in this world. This world is a sick place! I'm ashamed at us as humans.

  5. bunch of moronic cretins who love killing. brain damaged fascists will murder anyone who wants to lead a normal, productive life. hamas should be wiped off the face of the earth. they are a scourge.

  6. Ron Kall says:

    Simple solution! Israel should let a list of spies accidentally fall into the hands of Hamas who will then kill all of them, but the list will be comprised of Hamas operatives only!

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