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Friday, March 15, 2013

Egypt accuses Hamas in terror attack

Last August, 16 Egyptian soldiers were killed in an attack on a position near Rafah, on the border with Gaza. At the time, 'Palestinians' tried blaming Israel for the attack. Now, Egypt has named specific Hamas terrorists whom they believe were behind the attack.
The lawyer, Samir Sabri, wrote in his notification that about 32 “terrorists” were involved in the attack, the majority of whom were affiliated to fundamentalist Takfir groups accusing Egyptian army, police and rulers of apostasy. Egyptian security services, according to the notification, have revealed the names of the suspects.

Three are affiliated to Hamas and one was identified by his lawyer as Ayman Nofal, a leader within Hamas’ military wing the al-Qassam Brigades. Nofal managed to escape from al-Marj prison two years ago where he was detained on charges of incitement and illegally breaking Egypt's border in 2008.

Another suspect, according to the notification, was Muhammad Ibrahim Salah Abu Shamala (Abu Khalil), aged 39. He is a top Hamas leader. The third suspect was Raed al-Attar “who masterminded the abduction of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.”

Commenting on the case, namely the report in Al-Ahram Al-Arabi, senior Hamas leader Mahmoud Zahhar denied that any of the three Hamas leaders was involved in the attack on Egyptian soldiers in Rafah.

He described the magazine as a “collaborator with Israel.” He added that the three leaders in question never left the Gaza Strip, and that they were wanted by Israeli forces.

Cairo had previously indicated that some of the gunmen who killed 16 Egyptian soldiers near the Gaza border fence in August had crossed into Egypt via the tunnels under the border.
It would be nice if the Arab world finally acknowledged the truth about the 'Palestinians': They are led by terrorists. 

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