Hamas claims Israel sent bugged shoes to spy on the terrorist group

The shipment of suspicious shoes that came through the Kerem Shalom Crossing were sent to Hamas to examine.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 17, 2019 08:47
Caterpillar boots [Illustration]

Caterpillar boots [Illustration]. (photo credit: OSVALDO GAGO/WIKIMEDIA COMMONS)

 
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A Fatah breakaway group in the Gaza Strip claimed its members have intercepted a shipment of military boots equipped with “secret electronic tracking chips,” that were on their way to market, according to a Palestinian news source.


The shipment of suspicious shoes that came through the Kerem Shalom crossing was sent by the breakaway group to Hamas to examine. Some Palestinian online news sources claimed Hamas said Israel was behind the shipment and was trying to spy on members of the “Palestinian resistance.”

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