PA Levels Complaints Against Reported Meeting Between Shin Bet and Hamas
While the Palestinian Authority officials say that the reported meeting embarrasses Fatah, Hamas says it was less a meeting and more a series of home raids and interrogations. Shin Bet refuses to comment on the reports.
Palestinian sources told Israeli daily, Haaretz, that 10 days ago a number of low ranking officers of Shin Bet, Israeli Security Agency, met with senior figures of Hamas and Islamic Jihad near the city of Jenin.
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