Gaza’s ruling Hamas terror organization is morphing into a Da’esh (ISIS)-like justice system as its governing body tightens its control over the population and its own fighters as well.
Three Arab men were found guilty of murder Tuesday in a Hamas military court and sentenced to execution in Gaza. Two were sentenced to be hanged, and one was executed by firing squad, according to Arab sources.
Earlier this year, a member of the Hamas terror group was executed after he confessed to stealing and homosexuality. The fighter’s death was condemned by fellow members of the force who resigned in protest.
Just a few weeks later, the European Union condemned the Hamas military court for sentencing to death five convicts accused of collaborating with Israel.
“The EU Missions in Jerusalem and Ramallah condemn the five death sentences issued by military courts in the Gaza Strip on 18 April,” said the EU statement. “These include three new death sentences and the confirmation of two previous ones, all on the grounds of collaboration with enemy forces.”
At that point, 10 people had been executed by the Hamas terror regime since January.