Hamas says foiled attempt to locate Shalit

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October 7, 2010 19:08

 
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Hamas sources said on Thursday that they foiled an Israeli attempt to locate kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.

The report said that a Palestinian resident of the Gaza Strip, an operative of Israeli security, who supplied Hamas with radios for several years was planting listening devices in an attempt to locate Shalit.

Hamas said that once the agent was discovered, Israel extricated immediately from Gaza.

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