vrijdag 22 augustus 2014

Hamas niet anders dan IS

Hamas onthoofdt ook mensen, net als IS en maakt een show van de hoofden

 

Zeven personen werden vandaag in het openbaar, als show, onthoofd in Gaza.

Zij werden zonder proces geexecuteerd vanwege vermeende spionage voor Israel.

Hun spionage zou bestaan uit het bekendmaken waar tunnels, lanceerplaatsen en huizen van leiders/strijders zich zouden bevinden.

Daar vlak voor waren op een politiebureau al 11 mensen doodgeschoten.

Het vermoeden bestaat dat deze 11 mensen in verband werden gebracht met de dood van de drie Hamasleiders eerder deze week.

 

De onthoofding vond plaats voor de moskee en net na de dienst.

Publiek verzekerd.

De mensen kregen zakken over het hoofd en de beulen waren onherkenbaar door bivakmutsen over hun hoofd.

Net als bij van Gogh indertijd in het Oosterpark werd er een brief achtergelaten.

Daarin stond vermeld dat dit een algemene veroordeling voor collaboratie was voor degene die inlichtingen over strijders, tunnels huizen en verborgen plekken van raketten of aantal strijders gaf.

 

Op 13 juli zagen mensen in Rafa op straat  de koelbloedige moord op een man midden op straat.

Dat hier geen proces aan te pas kwam is duidelijk.

 

Onthoofden lijkt de trent in het Midden-Oosten en Hamas leert van IS in Irak en Isis in Syrie en misschien ook wel omgekeerd.

Deze organisaties moorden er op los en sparen de eigen burgers niet. Of beschuldigingen kloppen doet er niet toe: die persoon moet gewoon dood.

De enige reden dat Hamas anders wordt benaderd, ook door velen in Nederland,komt doordat de tegenstanders van IS en ISIS  (Assad, de opstandelingen in Syrie, de Iraakse regering en de koerden)  geen joden zijn.

 

Voor een foto van de slachtoffers vlak voor hun onthoofding kunt u onderstaande link naar Trouw aanklikken.

 

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http://www.trouw.nl/tr/nl/4496/Buitenland/article/detail/3723226/2014/08/22/Hamas-executeert-spionnen-op-plein-Gaza.dhtml

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4561996,00.html

 

Israel News

 

 

Note: Those killed supplied information to Israel about tunnels, the homes of fighters and rocket launching sites 

    

Hamas executes 18 for 'collaboration' with Israel

 

Hamas killed seven Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel in a public execution, after 11 others executed by gunmen at an abandoned police station earlier Friday; deaths linked to Israeli attacks on top officials.

 

Elior Levy

 

Hamas militants killed seven Palestinians suspected of collaborating with Israel in a public execution in a central Gaza square on Friday, witnesses and a Hamas website said, the first public executions in the Palestinian enclave since the 1990s.

 

The victims, their heads covered and hands tied, were shot dead by masked gunmen dressed in black in front of a crowd of worshippers outside a mosque after prayers, witnesses and al-Majd, a pro-Hamas website, said.

 

Near the scene of the execution, Hamas' men attached a note serving as a general indictment for the 'collaborators': "They provided the enemy with information about the whereabouts of fighters, tunnels of resistance, bombs, houses of fighters and places of rockets, and the occupation bombarded these areas killing a number of fighters... Therefore, the ruling of revolutionary justice was handed upon him,"

 

The Hamas-run website Al Rai said earlier that 11 others were killed by firing squad and warned that "the same punishment will be imposed soon on others." They were killed by gunmen at an abandoned police station in Gaza earlier on Friday, Hamas security officials said.

 

It suggested a link between the killing of the alleged informers and Israel's targeting of top Hamas leaders, saying that "the current circumstances forced us to take such decisions."

 

The Majd website quoted a senior security official in the enclave as saying seven people had been arrested on suspicion of scoping out targets for Israel and that three others had been shot dead. No date was given for the executions or the arrests but the statement was made Thursday.

 

Earlier on Friday, 11 suspected collaborators were shot dead at an abandoned police station, a Hamas security official said. At the site, Reuters saw two bodies being loaded onto an ambulance before being told to leave the area.

 

The Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Gaza denounced the killings.

 

"We demand the Palestinian National Authority and the resistance (Palestinian armed factions) to intervene to stop these extra-judicial executions, no matter what reasons and the motives are," Raji al-Surani, the chairman of the organisation, said in a statement.

 

Al Majd website reported on August 6 that "a number" of Palestinian collaborators had been killed, again without giving a date.

 

Al Rai, however, said they were killed after the completion of "legal procedures," suggesting a hastily arranged hearing.

 

On July 13, witnesses in the southern city of Rafah reported seeing gunmen kill a man in the middle of the street in another incident which appeared to be the execution of a suspected collaborator.

 

Israel and Hamas have been at war since July 8 in a conflict that has killed 2,075 Palestinians and 67 on the Israeli side.

 

Under Palestinian law, collaborating with Israel, murder and drug trafficking are punishable by death. In May, Hamas announced the execution of two men accused of being collaborators, saying they had been executed in accordance with the law.

 

In principle, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who heads the Western-backed Palestinian Authority, is supposed to approve all executions.  Hamas has controlled the Gaza Strip since winning elections in the enclave in 2007. Although it handed the reins of power to a Ramallah-based administration in early June, it remains the de facto power in Gaza.

 

Reuters, AFP and AP contributed to this report

 

 

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