Israel intel recruiting in Gaza; Abbas set to resign in 2010

November 2009
Geo-Strategy Direct;11/18/2009, p1
The article presents information on Israel Security Agency's increased efforts to hire Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. According to the sources, money, education and health benefits are offered by the Israel Security Agency (ISA) for Palestinians, who agreed to spy for Israel. Also, Mahmoud Abbas, chairman of the Palestinian Authority, plans to resign by 2010.


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