Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • Wednesday, August 20, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
From JPost:

A senior Hamas official admitted for the first time on Wednesday that the organization's armed wing, the Qassam Brigades, was behind the kidnapping and murder of Israeli teens Nafatli Fraenkel, Gil-Ad Shaer and Eyal Yifrah in the West Bank in June.

The Hamas official, Salah al-Aruri made the comments during a conference of Islamic clerics in Turkey. He praised the "heroic action of the Qassam Brigades who kidnapped three settlers in Hebron."


Some Arabic media covered this story, but it has not yet been widely reported.

Salah al-Aruri has been a senior member of Hamas for decades. He was arrested in 1992 and imprisoned in Israel for 15 years. He lives in Ramallah but Israel destroyed his home on June 20 as they were searching for the teens.

If the Qassam Brigades were behind the kidnapping, that means that their leader Mohammed Deif - who may have been killed yesterday - was behind the kidnapping.

Once again, we see that the IDF is a far more reliable source of information than biased, agenda-driven journalists who swore up and down that Hamas had nothing to do with the murders.

(h/t Bob K)

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