A Gazan Sentenced to Death for Collaborating with Israel

A Gaza court sentenced a man to death for collaborating with Israel.

On Thursday, a military court ordered the 30-year-old to be hanged for cooperating with “enemy entities,” the Palestinian Maan news agency reported.

A year ago, 18 accused collaborators were killed by Hamas, the terrorist group that runs Gaza, for cooperating with Israel.


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