Hamas says PA security forces provided Israel with details about figures and houses not only from Hamas, but also Fatah and Islamic Jihad.
Hamas said on Tuesday that it has evidence that the Palestinian Authority security forces had provided Israel with information that led to the assassination of Palestinians and the demolition of houses during Operation Protective Edge.
Salah Bardaweel, a senior Hamas official in the Gaza Strip, told the Hamas-affiliated Al-Aqsa TV station that his movement possesses documents proving that the PA security forces had provided Israel with details about figures and houses not only from Hamas, but also Fatah and Islamic Jihad.
Bardaweel said that the documents would be presented to top Fatah official Azzam al-Ahmed during his upcoming visit to the Gaza Strip. Hamas is also planning to present the documents to representatives of various Palestinian factions, he added.
He also accused unnamed Fatah officials and PA security forces of supplying the Egyptian authorities with “false and misleading” information in a bid to incite Cairo against Hamas.
Earlier this week, an Egyptian court banned Hamas’s armed wing, Izaddin al-Qassam, dubbing it a terror group.
Some Egyptians have accused Hamas of involvement in the last terror attacks in Sinai that killed 31 soldiers and wounded dozens others. Hamas has strongly denied any link to the attacks, which were claimed by the Islamic State terror group.