Hamas security forces escort Hisham al-Aloul (C), a 44-year-old Palestinian man convicted of the murder of Hamas military commander Mazen Faqha, out of the military court in Gaza City May 21, 2017. AFP / Mahmud Hams
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Gaza's ruling Hamas Movement delivered death sentences Sunday to three Palestinians it ruled had taken part in what it said was an Israeli-directed assassination of one of the Islamist movement's senior commanders. A Hamas security court said the three men had confessed to the killing of Mazen Fuqaha, a Hamas military wing commander, who was shot in the head and the chest in his car on March 24 near his Gaza home. Hamas convicted all three, aged 44, 38 and 38, of collaborating with Israel.
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