Gaza, 26 Dzulqa’dah 1435/21 September 2014 (MINA) – Security authority in Gaza Strip revealed that Department of Israeli Home Intelligence, Shin Bet agency ordered spies to search for Israeli soldiers captured by Palestinian fighters in Gaza.
After ceasefire, the Shin Bet agency searched for information as soon as possible for Israeli soldiers captured by resistant fighters in Gaza. It was in order that the fighters have no chance to exchange them with Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) correspondent in Gaza reported.
One of Israeli agent captured by fighters revealed that Israeli intelligence officers asked them to search for information about existence of Israeli soldiers in Rafah, near Egyptian border.
The Shin Bet officers also asked him to look for information about fate of the Israeli soldiers, whether they were still alive or not.
According to investigation, the officers would provide great reward for each new information. If Palestinian security authorities arrest the agent before giving information to Israel, the rule will not be applied to him.
“The Shin Bet agent used trick by approaching young Gazans and hearing from them about events during war in Gaza,” said source of Gaza security.
According to the Israeli agent, the intelligence officers instructed him to monitor one of commanders of resistance in Gaza. The officers also asked him to record every place that was often visited by the commander and to give information as soon as possible to Israeli intelligence officers.
Israel recruited spies in Gaza Strip. Israel got dozens of spies with the tasks of providing information to Israel.
According to data from Gaza Security, local security forces have executed at least 18 people who have been proven as Israeli spies during the latest war in Gaza. Seven of them were executed in front of general public in Saha, east of Gaza City.
“We ask all Israeli spies to surrender. We will guarantee privacy of their identities and safety,” said security forces of Gaza.
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)