Hamas casts blame on Egypt; says tortures victims

Posted: May 14, 2010 by Jonathan Boyko in Egypt, Hamas, Middle East, Terrorism

Brave Hamas defenders [and torturers] of Gaza people While certainly no champion of human rights itself, Gazan terror group Hamas accused Egyptian authorities for assaulting Gazans, as well as murdering them. However, one of the few reasons Hamas cares is because some of the victims are members of either Hamas or similar terror factions:

"The Egyptian security services are currently holding 30 members from different Palestinian factions, including 11 from Hamas," Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for the movement, told AFP and called on Egypt to release them immediately.

"Their condition is abysmal. They are subjected to horrific methods of torture. They are electrocuted, hung from their limbs for long periods of time, and beaten," he said.

In another incident, Hamas said a Palestinian fisherman has died after his boat collided with an Egyptian navy vessel on Wednesday.


AS HAMAS DECRIES Egypt’s horrors, they surely would prefer Zionist prison, where they receive food, cable TV and education. In Egypt, however, they are treated as what they are – a terror group, which attempted attacks on Egypt on several occasions.

I already mentioned Hamas’ rampant human rights violations, so let us remember on of those, shall we?

With both legs badly bruised from a vicious beating, Shaher Abu Oda can only move around with a painful shuffle. In the town of Beit Hanoun, on Palestine’s Gaza strip, however, he is just one of many young men bearing limps, plaster casts, and stitches – the black and blue aftermath of an unprecedented crackdown on dissent by the strip’s new rulers, the Islamist group Hamas.

Its officials snatched Mr Abu Oda off the streets two weeks ago as he was trying to find his younger brother Miqbil, himself badly beaten after club-wielding Hamas policemen broke up a wedding party. The revellers’ crime had been to sing a few songs associated with the Fatah party, the rival Palestinian faction which Hamas ousted from the Gaza Strip two months ago. "They threw me in a room," said Mr Abu Oda. "From 11.30 to 3.30 in the morning, they came in every 15 minutes and beat me with sticks, fists, kicks, and a black leather crop."


We are currently waiting to receive Hamas’ apology for constant torture and execution of Gazans carried on in the past years.


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