Hamas

Pictures and recordings of the battles near the Ibn Taymiyyah mosque in Rafah provide rare evidence of the brutality of Hamas’ suppression of its jihadi-Salafist opponents.

The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades executed jihadists, wounded nearby civilians, fired RPGs at the Ibn Taymiyyah mosque and searched ambulances evacuating casualties.
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Hamas steps up its struggle against the global jihad-affiliated networks trying to challenge its control of the Gaza Strip.

Hamas recently used extreme force to suppress global jihad operatives, one of whose leaders proclaimed the establishment of an Islamic emirate in the Ibn Taymiyyah mosque in Rafah.
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Further proof that Palestinian policemen also serve in the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military-terrorist wing

Hamas’ internal security apparatus, which includes the police force and the elite rapid intervention unit, serves as Hamas’ main instrument for suppressing its opponents in the Gaza Strip. Many of its operatives serve as policemen but routinely and in emergency situations also in the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military-terrorist wing.
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Exposure of a Hezbollah network in Egypt: state of affairs, implications, and reactions in Egypt and in the Arab and Muslim world

In late 2008, Egyptian security services exposed a Hezbollah network which operated on Egyptian soil.
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Hamas summer camps in the Gaza Strip integrate social activities with political and Islamic indoctrination and semi-military training.

The camps’ goal is to foster the next generation of Hamas terrorist operatives.
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Hamas is conducting a “smile spin” for the West, particularly the United States.

Its main objectives are to ease its political isolation, improve its position vis-à-vis the Palestinian Authority and get funds to rebuild the Gaza Strip. For the Palestinians, it stresses that its fundamental anti-Israeli pro-terrorism strategy remains unchanged.
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