Avi writes: "The Sheikh is an exceptional man who does not support the use of violence despite the fact that he is part of Hamas. He used to tell his son Mosab that it is important to protect even the life of a cricket in a field. The Sheikh was very interested in Israeli society and at a certain point in our acquaintance even tried to pass along calming messages to the government of Ariel Sharon." This all begs the question: Then why was Israel trying to assassinate him? This whole story says a lot about Israel as well, not just the Palestinian collaborator.
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from the article: The almost unbelievable story of Israel's spy in Hamas