Hamas executes three Palestinians accused of spying for Israel, mob celebrates: report

On Friday, Hamas terrorists publicly executed two Palestinians in the city of Tulkarm after they were accused of spying for Israel, with another being killed in Jenin, in the Westbank.

Palestinians celebrated the killings and gleefully watched the victims take their last breaths, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Graphic video shows a crowd of Palestinians participating in the executions and documenting the murders.

The two who were killed by Hamas in Tulkarm are Hamza Mabarech, 31, and Azzam Joabra, 29. Hamas released a statement and said they were shot dead by a firing squad.

After Mabarech and Joabra were killed, a mob of Palestinians abused their dead bodies and hung them on an electric pole, video shows.

"You traitors," yelled a person in the crowd.



Hamas alleged that Mabarech and Joabra provided information to the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) and Israeli intelligence about wanted individuals, according to the outlet.





Details surrounding the third Palestinian allegedly executed by Hamas have not yet been released.

The executions come after a temporary ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. Under the conditions of the agreement, Hamas will release hostages they kidnapped during the Oct. 7 terrorist attack in exchange for Palestinians who have been imprisoned in Israel.

The prisoner swap and release of hostages began on Friday. The first three rounds of hostage releases included women, children, and the elderly, some of whom had been reported dead.

Israel has been at war with Hamas since the terror group invaded the country at daybreak on Oct. 7 and reportedly massacred more than 1200 men, women, and children in the most heinous act of terror Israel has seen since 1973. During the terrorist attack, Hamas kidnapped hundreds of civilians, who then became hostages held captive in Gaza.

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