Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Israelis Capture Leader Of Hamas Cell That Kidnapped 3 Israeli Teens

 The three kidnapped Israeli teens, from L-R: Eyal Yifrach, 19, Naftali Fraenkel, 16, and Gil-ad Shaar, 16. (photo credit: courtesy)

The Jerusalem Post, The Canadian Broadcastin gCompany and other sources have reported that the  Israelis took Hussam al-Qawasmi into custody a few weeks ago and have arraigned him for trial.. Al-Qawasmi was the leader of the Hamas cell in the Hebron area responsible for the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens, Eyal Yifrah, 19, and Naftali Fraenkel and Gil-Ad Shaar, both 16. They were kidnapped and murdered on June 12th. Al-Qawasmi was arrested while trying to escape into Jordan with forged documents.

Two other members of the Hamas cell that carried out the 'operation' , (left to right) Marwan al-Qawasmi and Amar Abu Eisha are still at large.

 Wanted for kidnapping: (left to right) Marwan Quasma and Amar Abu Eisha

According to the state prosecutors and the court documents, Al-Qawasmi has already confessed to receiving funds from Hamas to carry out the kidnapping, planning the operation, collecting the weapons used and helping Marwan al-Qawasmi bury the bodies in a small plot of land he purchased with Hamas funds a few months before the kidnapping and murders took place. The original plan was to get an Israeli hostage into the tunnels and into Gaza to be swapped for the release of convicted terrorist killers now in Israeli jails, patterned after the Gilad Shalit deal. The trio murdered the teens shortly after they kidnapped them because they were uncertain about their ability to bring 3 victims to the tunnels and because  they felt that Israeli Authorities were in close pursuit.

Al-Qawasmi's Hamas boss is Hamas interior minister Fathi Hammad, who has offered a standing $1.4 million bounty to any Arab citizen of Israel who abducts an Israeli and has referred to Jews as 'abhorred and loathed outcasts'. Their conduit for receiving funds and communications was a senior Hamas official now in Ankara, Turkey, Salah al-Arouri.

As an interesting side note, Hammad himself is not above taking aid from those 'loathed outcasts' he wants to murder so badly. When his gravely ill three-year old daughter needed treatment, it was those awful Jews who allowed her through the Erez crossing for medical treatment at - wait for it - Barzilai Hospital in the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon, a favorite Hamas missile target.

There have been a few  stories out there relying on Hamas or Hamas friendly sources alleging that 'Hamas didn't kidnap the teens.'  This should put that nonsense to rest, although when it comes to victims of Israel Derangement Syndrome no amount of evidence ever does. The Evil Jews enjoy permanent, rent free space on their warped, distorted psyches.

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