Israel rights group urges Hamas to investigate, try alleged war criminals Gabriel Haboubi at 2:42 PM ET
[JURIST] Israeli human rights group B'Tselem [advocacy website] called Monday for Hamas leaders in Gaza to investigate and bring to trial anyone who may have committed war crimes [press release], citing reported incidents of violence against children and civilians during last week's fighting between Hamas [party website; ICT backgrounder] and Fatah [party website] in the Gaza Strip. In their plea, B'Tselem referred to the death of a 28-year-old Fatah affiliated Presidential Guard member who was captured by Hamas, bound, and thrown from the top of a high rise building. B'Tselem also cited the summary execution by gunshot of a member of Fatah leadership in northern Gaza, and the stabbing death of a Fatah military leader which was broadcast on Hamas television.
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