Hamas to probe 'unlawful executions' of alleged collaborators
[Al Ahram] Gazoo's Hamas, always the voice of sweet reason, government on Sunday announced the creation of a committee to examine the "unlawful executions" of Paleostinians accused of collaborating with Israel during the recent conflict.
"The government has decided to set up a committee to study what happened with the unlawful executions which took place during the aggression," Hamas government front man Taher al-Nunu told news hounds in Gazoo City.

He was referring to at least two incidents during Israel's bombardment of the territory in which seven people accused of "collaborating" with Israel were bumped off.

In both cases, the killings were claimed by the armed wing of Hamas, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades.

On November 16, a man was rubbed out in Gazoo City after allegedly "providing guidance and information on the locations of the resistance and their rocket launchers to the Israeli occupation," a source told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity
... for fear of being murdered...

Four days later, gunnies executed six "collaborators" in Gazoo City's Nasser neighbourhood, witnesses told AFP.

A message pinned to their bodies said the men were executed by the Qassam Brigades because they had provided "information about the capabilities of the resistance and their factions" and handed Israel information "about the movement of the fighters."
Posted by: Fred 2012-11-26