Hamas source: Body of Kamal Ranaja had 'marks of torture'

By REUTERS
June 28, 2012 11:31

 
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A Hamas source in Gaza said Thursday that "there were marks of torture" on the body of recently-killed Hamas operative Kamal Ranaja.

he organization, which rules the Gaza Strip, did not disclose his role in the movement but said he "spent his life working for the sake of God" within its ranks.

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