PA Launches Crackdown on Israeli Collaborators

(Middle East Newsline) - The Palestinian Authority has launched another crackdown on suspected collaborators with Israel. PA sources said security agencies have arrested dozens of suspected collaborators over the last two weeks in the wake of a series of Israeli attacks on Hamas and Islamic Jihad operatives. The agencies were ordered to stop what was termed the increasing cooperation by Palestinians with Israel's military and intelligence agencies. The Palestinian detainees were accused of being in cellular and other contact with Israeli security agents and gathering information on Hamas leaders.

2003-10-03 00:00:00

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