Think he got a fair trial?

H/T Martin

Suspected Collaborator With Israel Killed on Gaza Street

NY Times:

Wissam Nassar for The New York Times

Palestinians gathered on Friday around the body of a man identified as Ashraf Ouaida in Gaza City.

By and FARES AKRAM
Published: November 16, 2012

GAZA — Masked gunmen in Gaza killed a man here on Friday as a suspected collaborator with Israel on the third day of its deadly aerial bombardments, shooting him multiple times and leaving his body beneath a billboard featuring a Hamas fighter holding a rocket.

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Fighting Escalates Between Israel and Hamas

The man the gunmen shot, identified as Ashraf Ouaida, had a poster hung around his neck accusing him of cooperating with the Israelis in the killing of 15 Palestinian leaders.

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6 Responses to Think he got a fair trial?

  1. OxAO says:

    note: I am the only one of the Arabic writings that even questioned a trial

    Everyone else thinks it was perfectly acceptable for his death

  2. Eeyore says:

    OxAO:

    If you speak Arabic please let me know. I have a clip here I would very much like translated for titles. Its Al Azaar prayers today going on about Israel etc.

  3. Santor says:

    That’s the “beauty” of a terror regime.

    It can turn against everyone for no other reason than personal dislike. Fortunately its the so called palestinian who have to live under those terror rules.

  4. OxAO says:

    no i use the translators
    they work ok

  5. Richard says:

    The trial was held after the execution.

  6. Thom Jefferson says:

    I lived in Belfast for 12 years. This was the norm for traitors to the cause of the IRA, they called it “getting nutted”. Now Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness sit in government and draw a nice salary and pension. Who said terrorism doesn’t pay.

    A good thing to think of for all the armchair warriors that are thinking about succession, civil wars and revolutions are not solved by a match up on playstation. Call of duty is not the latest game and there is rarely any “fair” trials.

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