Hamas chooses radical Yahya Sanwar as a leader
The Palestinian movement Hamas, which virtually besieged Gaza strip and it controls, has a very radical member of its military wing, as a leader chosen.
Israeli media report Monday that Yahya Sanwar, the new leader is and that he is also in our own ranks for an extremist to continue.
Sanwar was in 1989 by Israel to life imprisonment convicted of the murder of Palestinians that Israel would have gecollaboreerd. He came in 2011, released through a prisoner exchange.
Sanwar follows Ismail Haniyah, who later in elections hopes to return as political leader of the in 1987 founded the Islamic Resistance movement. This movement has the densely populated Gaza strip of approximately 40 at 9 miles owned since 2007. The 1.8 million people there are nearly without means of existence.