Israeli security forces got hold of some Hamas filth in Ramallah
Some 30 Hamas activists have been arrested in recent months on suspicion of setting up a Hamas branch in the Ramallah area, the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) announced on Monday.
The men set up a headquarters for Hamas in the West Bank city traditionally seen as a Fatah stronghold, and operated in the areas of the Binyamin region of the West Bank, according to security forces.
"During questioning of suspects by the Shin Bet, it emerged that the headquarters sought to renew Hamas's activities and rebuilt the organization in the Ramallah area… ahead of the future elections in the Palestinian Authority" security forces said.
The Shin Bet identified Murad Muhammad Khaled Abu Baha as the head of the cell, naming several regional subordinates. Maher Ayoub Abd Dalashiya was named as the alleged money man.
A man named Matzav Muhammad Ahmed Sarur was responsible for recruiting students, security forces added.
The recruitment drive involved the setting up of Hamas student cells in West Bank universities, in the Ramallah and Abu Dis areas.
Hamas transferred large funds through student bodies, and some of the money was earmarked for Hamas prisoners and their families, according to the Shin Bet.
Clearly, they are a serious danger anywhere they can get a foothold. The security forces did a good job stopping these particular terrorists.
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