GAZA, (PIC)– Israeli security services presented to the District Court in Beersheba on Friday morning an indictment with serious accusations against the prisoner Wael Hassan Abu Rida, aged 35 from the Gaza Strip.
According to the indictment, Abu Rida, who was kidnapped by Israeli intelligence agents about a month ago in Egypt, was heading a group from the Aqsa Martyrs Brigades. He also operated within the Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad movement, and later led groups affiliated with Hamas.
Israeli security services accused Abu Rida of carrying out many operations against the occupation since 2003, including shooting at Israeli tanks, planting an explosive device near the security fence in Gaza, training about 40 Palestinian militants, and planning to kidnap Israeli soldiers.
The detainee was also accused of planting and bombing an explosive device weighing 10 kilograms in 2006, planning to dig a tunnel from the Gaza Strip to carry out operations against Israeli soldiers, and being involved in an attempt to launch a missile.
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