Hamas arrests many suspected of collaborating with Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 23, 2010 19:36

 
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A number of Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel to kill senior Hamas members and bomb training sites and government offices were arrested in Gaza, a Hamas spokesman said Thursday, as reported by Reuters.

Ehab al-Ghsain said that many of the suspects were thought to have collaborated with Israel during Operation Cast Lead.

Hamas security forces obtained "serious confessions and uncovered many collaborators who stood behind assassinations of some leaders of resistance and implemented policies of the enemy's intelligence service against our people," Ghsain said.

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