The Times of Israel reports: Hamas said on Tuesday it would offer amnesty to Gazan “agents” for Israel if they turned themselves in to the security forces over the next week.
The offer comes amid a crackdown by Hamas on “collaborators” with the Israeli army following the recent assassination of one of its terror chiefs, Mazen Faqha, which it blames on Israel.
“For the sake of national and social responsibility, the interior and national security ministry will open the door of repentance to those who have fallen victim to the occupation and its intelligence services,” a statement by the Hamas-run Gaza interior ministry said, alluding to the idea that some Gazans are coerced by the Israeli army to work for it.
The “door of repentance” will be open for just one week starting Tuesday, the statement said.
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