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Friday, June 20, 2014

Report: Hamas commander who ordered kidnapping lives in Turkey

A report on the Walla news website claims that the kidnapping of Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Sha'ar and Eyal Yifrach was ordered by Salah al-Arudi, a member of Hamas' leadership abroad, who has been pushing terrorists to take hostages for some time now. Al-Arudi lives in Turkey (link in Hebrew).

Al-Arudi has been pressing non-stop for kidnappings and has financed terror cells that are attempting to undertake them.

The security source who spoke with Walla said that the IDF does not have a smoking gun that ties al-Arudi to the kidnapping.

The security source said that he does not believe Hamas in Gaza or the terrorists released in the Shalit deal are behind the kidnapping, because they have fewer resources and (okay - this one I don't buy) they're in the process of reconciling with Fatah.

The funding for al-Aroudi is passed through 'charitable funds.'

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At 7:10 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Turkey? Remember that the last meeting that Chris Stevens had in Benghazi was with a Turkish ambassador... as gunrunning to the jihadis continued apace. Thousands and thousands dead. Is this Hamas guy in Turkey part of this death eating network?

"Around 9:00 p.m. (3:00 p.m. ET): In the walled Benghazi compound, U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens says good night to the Turkish Ambassador Ali Kemal Aydin and retires to his room in Building C, a large residence with numerous bedrooms and a safe haven."

This is the link to the timeline quote above, but if you google it, there is a long stream of analyses of WTH was going on there.


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