Gaza executes Collaborators and Traitors

Palestinians inspect damage caused to a building 2014

A number of Palestinians who have collaborated with Israel have been executed by resistance factions in Gaza during the Israeli assault on the Strip which started 30 days ago, a website revealed today.

Al-Majd website, known to be have close links with the security services of Hamas, said that the resistance factions in Gaza executed a number of collaborators, who were monitoring the activities of the resistance groups in the Gaza Strip and houses in the areas of different parts of the sector.

The website quoted a security source, whose identity was not disclosed, saying that “a number of collaborators have been executed in the battlefield while they tried to disrupt the resistance’s movements and stifle ambushes specially set up for the Israeli army.”

The site said security forces would continue to “deter collaborators, Israeli intelligence and tenderness by accelerating reprisals for collaborators in the sector.”

He added: “The resistance will not have mercy on any of those tempted to provide the enemy information regarding the resistance and its men, and the death in the field will be what they get.”

Israel began its assault on Gaza on July 7, it has so far resulted in the death of 1,867 Palestinians, mainly women and children, and left some 9,470 other injured, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Israel said 64 of its soldiers have been killed in battle in addition to three civilians, and some 1,008 have been injured, including 651 military personnel and 357 civilian.

However, the Izz Ad-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing, said they killed 161 Israeli soldiers and captured another.

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