Special Forces Were Apparently Trying To Install Spying Gear In Gaza, Hamas Says

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Israeli special forces who entered the Gaza Strip early last week appeared to have been attempting to install equipment that would make it easier for Israel to eavesdrop on Palestinians in the coastal enclave, a Hamas official said.

“The Zionist enemy tried to achieve a major security breakthrough. It apparently tried to install equipment and build something that would make it easy for it to kill, hack and abduct,” Deputy Hamas chief in Gaza Khalil al-Hayya told the Hamas-affiliated Al-Aqsa TV on Saturday.

An IDF spokesperson declined to comment on the allegations by Hamas, an Islamist terror group that seized control of Gaza from Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah in 2007 and seeks to destroy Israel.

Read more at Times of Israel.

{Matzav.com}

2 COMMENTS

  1. Abbas was no better. Don’t try to spin the narrative. Gee, if only Abbas was in charge there would be peace between Arab and Jew. It’s only now that Fatah let Hamas waltz in that we have all this fighting. We had more infiltration with terrorists carrying out so-called suicide bombings inside the State of Israel proper, when Arafat/Abbas was in control. Have you forgotten the intifada’s? Sbarro bombing? Bus to the Kosel bombing, etc…? Fatah was worse. Let’s not make this about the poor Palestinians and the poor Abbas that was “kicked” out.

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