The Southern District Attorney on Monday filed an indictment in the Beersheba District Court against Kaisi Hamamada, a Beduin resident of Segev Shalom, for giving information to Hamas regarding the impact of its attacks on Israel during Operation Pillar of Defense.
Hamamada entered Gaza illegally despite the fact that three requests he had submitted through official channels to enter Gaza prior to December 30, 2012 had been refused, said the indictment. It added that Hamamada’s purpose was to enter Gaza via Egypt since Israel had refused him direct entry.
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