November 20, 2012
Video Hamas Dragging Body Through Streets With Motorcycle
You've might heard of Anderson Coopers tweet of an image of Hamas dragging a body through the streets, here's the video.
So I guess http://www.youtube.com/user/QassamHaCkeR should be our next target. Yes I copied the video already.
Also if interest. The video removed from Hamas' channel here, the one that Youtube called a terms of service violation is also being run here.
By user http://www.youtube.com/user/bigfottt of Wikileaks.
Update: Full story here.
Masked gunmen publicly shot dead six suspected collaborators with Israel in a large Gaza City intersection Tuesday, witnesses said. An Associated Press reporter saw a large mob surrounding five of the bloodied corpses shortly after the killing.The Hamas military wing claimed responsibility.Hat Tip: Melissa.
Some in the crowd stomped and spit on the bodies. A sixth corpse was tied to a motorcycle and dragged through the streets as people screamed, "Spy! Spy!"
The Hamas military wing, Izzedine al-Qassam, claimed responsibility in a large handwritten note attached to a nearby electricity pole. Hamas said the six were killed because they gave Israel information about fighters and rocket launching sites.
Also add another twitter feed. https://twitter.com/HamasFighters
Updated again: Yes I've sent a ticket to Twitter about Hamas' feeds.
More here from al-Arabia:
Meanwhile, CUFI warns that such messages should be prohibited, pointing at the U.S. designation of Hamas as foreign terror group, which they argue should make it illegal for any U.S. corporation to provide “material support.”Hat tip: Intelgirl.
“By allowing Hamas to have a Twitter account, you are providing it with an important ‘service’ and extremely effective ‘communications equipment’ which are central to its primary mission of terrorizing the Israeli people and using civilian deaths to score political points,” the CUFI said in the letter to Twitter which will also be sent to the local office of the United States Attorney, the report states.
The letter also notes that Twitter’s own Terms of Service limits the operations to those who “are not a person barred from receiving services under the laws of the United States.”