Report: Egypt helped Israel assassinate Gaza terrorist

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November 11, 2010 11:33

 
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Egypt gave Israel intelligence that led to last week's Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) assassination of an al-Qaida-affiliated outside Hamas security headquarters in Gaza City, Time magazine reported on Thursday.

Mohammed Namnam, 27, a top operative with the Army of Islam, was killed by a missile shot at his car from an Israeli helicopter.

Egyptian intelligence reportedly discovered that Namnam was preparing an attack on US forces in the Sinai Desert from other Army of Islam members captured in the Sinai.

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