Israelis raid Hamas’ al-Aqsa office

Israeli forces have raided the offices of the Hamas movement in Umm al-Fahm city in the occupied Palestine and confiscated the property.

Early on Sunday, dozens of police and internal intelligence agents raided the offices of the al-Aqsa institution, which belongs to the movement, in the northern city of Umm al-Fahm in the occupied territories.

The Israeli forces carried away documents, computers, and a safe with hundreds of thousands of shekels (dollars) in the operation which was ordered by the Israeli Defense Ministry, AFP quoted a police official as saying.

Over the past two months, Israelis have raided Hamas institutions including mosques, charities and medical centers and confiscated their property.

The al-Aqsa institution protects al-Aqsa Mosque in al-Quds, the third holiest site in Islam, from Israeli excavations.

Israel is building a tunnel under al-Aqsa Mosque which experts warn is menacing the foundations of the building, increasing the probability of collapse.

The Israeli operation against the Hamas institution comes as two Greek boats carrying a group of peace activists from different countries reached the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip to break the Israeli blockade of the territories.

The boats entered Gaza’s territorial waters on Saturday afternoon, carrying humanitarian and medical supplies for Palestinians.


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