April 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);4/20/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5077, p12
The article reports on the raid initiated by Hamas security forces in the Gaza Strip on a building where suspected murderers of a pro-Palestinian activist are hiding. It notes that the two militants who have connections with the renowned terrorist group al Qaeda died during the raid. Meanwhile, the other main suspect was captured alive, along with the other group members who were not involved in the crime.


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