"Disturbing Videos Surface: Palestinian Mob Hangs Suspected Collaborators

Jerusalem: In a disturbing incident on Saturday, two individuals suspected of collaborating with Israeli security forces were killed by Palestinian militants in a West Bank refugee camp. The victims, 31-year-old Hamza Mubarak and 29-year-old Azam Juabra, were accused by a local militant group of aiding in a November 6 raid in the Tulkarem refugee camp, which resulted in the deaths of three militants. The mob brutally attacked the bodies, dragging them through alleys, kicking them, and eventually hanging them on an electric pole.


Videos purportedly showing the executions have circulated on social media, with the crowd audibly hurling abuses at the victims. In one footage, the men are seen "confessing" to working for the Israel Defence Forces (IDF). The organization 'Resistance Security' warned that informers or traitors would face consequences, emphasizing that those proven to be involved in the assassination of their fighters would be pursued and subjected to a death sentence.


Notably, neither Hamas nor the IDF has issued formal statements regarding these executions. This grim development coincided with the release of 13 Israeli hostages and four Thai nationals by Hamas to the Red Cross and, subsequently, to Israel. In return, 39 Palestinian prisoners, including six women and 33 children, were released from Israeli jails as part of a four-day ceasefire deal with Hamas.


The exchange faced a brief delay when Hamas accused Israel of violating parts of the ceasefire deal, demanding increased aid trucks into Gaza before releasing the hostages. On Friday, 24 captives, including 13 Israelis, were released by Hamas and handed over to Israeli authorities. Overall, Hamas aims to release 50 of the 240 hostages held, while Israel is expected to release 150 Palestinian prisoners as part of the ceasefire agreement.

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