The Hamas movement accused the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, head by Mahmoud Abbas of Fateh movement, of involvement in the assassination of three Palestinians, members of Fateh’s Al Aqsa brigades.Sami Abu Zuhri, spokesperson of the Hamas movement, told the Palestine Information Center (PIC) that the three young men were killed after they were captured by the Israeli forces.
He added that the Palestinian Security Forces in the West Bank have direct cooperation with the Israeli Army, and that this coordination is always carried out just before any assassination or an invasion is carried out by Israel.
Abu Zuhri added that the Palestinian Resistance in the West Bank must activate its role and counter the “conspiracy against the fighters”.
Ismail Radwan of Hamas slammed the assassinations in Nablus and the killing of three Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The three Gaza resident residents were killed by the army near a border fence in the coastal region. They had no weapons on them and were apparently trying to enter Israel seeking work.
Meanwhile, the three Palestinians killed in Nablus were executed by the Israeli forces in front of their families although they did not resist the invading forces.
The three are members of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the armed wing of Fateh movement headed by President Mahmoud Abbas. The Brigades were dissolved by direct orders of Abbas.
Yousef Farahat, spokesperson of Hamas in Nablus, also accused Fateh’s security forces of involvement in the executions.
He said that this issue is part of the Palestinian-Israeli security coordination in the West Bank, especially in Nablus.
Farahat added that Adnan Al Damiri, spokesperson of the Palestinian Security Forces threatened several days ago to punish anyone who was involved in the killing of an Israeli settler near Tulkarem.
It is worth mentioning that Israel claims that the fighters resisted arrest, and that they were directly involved in the killing of the settler near Tulkarem.
The Hamas movement said that a few hours after the Nablus attack, Palestinian security vehicles were seen leaving the Bracha Israeli settlement south of Nablus.
The movement added that eight Palestinian security vehicles left the settlement; one of them belongs to the Palestinian Preventative Security Forces.