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From worldnetdaily, Hamas using ambulances and civilian apartments for cover:

Last week, the Sydney Morning Herald interviewed Muhammad Shriteh, a Gaza-based ambulance driver, who complained Hamas would “lure the ambulances into the heart of a battle to transport fighters to safety.”

He told the paper his ambulance company “coordinate[d] with the Israelis before we picked up patients … so they would not shoot at us.”

Shriteh recounted one instance when he was called to an emergency in the Jabaliya camp in the northern Gaza Strip only to find Hamas terrorists waiting inside a civilian apartment complex, hiding from Israeli fire.

“They were very scared, and very nervous,” he said. “They dropped their weapons and ordered me to get them out, to put them in the ambulance and take them away.”

Shriteh stated he refused to help because, he believed, if the IDF saw him transporting Hamas gunmen, he would not be able to pick up any more wounded people. He recounted one of the Hamas operatives putting a gun to his head, but he still refused and then they allowed him to leave.

He said at one point Hamas attempted to hijack the ambulances at one of the main hospitals in Gaza City.

The rest of article has more details on other disgusting incidents.


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