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Terror vs. terror: el Estado Islámico le declaró la guerra a Hamas y ejecutó a un contrabandista del grupo palestino

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La facción del ISIS en el Sinaí publicó un video en el que llama a atacar a los miembros de la guerrilla en Gaza y mata a un traficante de armas. Ambas organizaciones entraron en conflicto por la decisión de Estados Unidos de reconocer a Jerusalén como capital de Israel

El video dura 22 minutos y llama a atacar a los miembros de Hamas, a los chiitas y a los cristianos

l video dura 22 minutos y llama a atacar a los miembros de Hamas, a los chiitas y a los cristianos

Una filial del grupo terrorista Estado Islámico (ISIS, en inglés) le declaró este jueves la guerra a la milicia palestina Hamas mediante un video en el que llama a atacar a los "apóstatas" por no lograr impedir que los Estados Unidos reconociera a Jerusalén como capital de Israel.

El video fue publicado por la facción del ISIS que opera en la península del Sinaí, Egipto, un región fronteriza con la Franja de Gaza que Hamas gobierna desde 2017.

En sus 22 minutos de duración el mensaje filmado llama a los musulmanes en Gaza a atacar a los miembros de Hamas, a los chiitas y a los cristianos, citando el "fracaso" del grupo terrorista de impedir que el presidente estadounidense Donald Trump reconociera a Jerusalén como capital de Israel, de acuerdo con los sitios Terror Monitor y Site.


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En el video un hombre acusado de contrabandear armas desde el Sinaí hasta Gaza para abastecer a Hamas es ejecutado por los yihadistas.

Además, el ISIS en el Sinaí aprovecha para criticar la alianza entre Hamas e Irán, líder regional de los musulmanes chiitas, y los esfuerzos de la guerrilla palestina para dominar y controlar los grupos islamistas en Gaza.

Una captura del video muestra a Trump anunciando su decisión sobre Jerusalén
Una captura del video muestra a Trump anunciando su decisión sobre Jerusalén

Al respecto, esta semana una seguidilla de cohetes y morteros fueron lanzados por estas facciones islamistas desde el enclave hacia Israel, provocando duras represalias.

Hamas es considerado un grupo terrorista por Israel, los Estados Unidos y Europa, pero en los últimos años intenta reducir tensiones con los israelíes para evitar una guerra como la ocurrida en 2014.

También se esfuerza por enmendar la relación con Egipto y la Autoridad Nacional Palestina.

Khaled Mashal, ex líder de Hamas, y el ayatollah Alí Khamenei, líder de Irán. El ISIS critica los vínculos entre la guerrilla palestina y el régimen persa
Khaled Mashal, ex líder de Hamas, y el ayatollah Alí Khamenei, líder de Irán. El ISIS critica los vínculos entre la guerrilla palestina y el régimen persa

Pero para lograrlo ha intentado, con escaso éxito, evitar que los islamistas continúen sus ataques sobre territorio israelí, en ocasiones realizando arrestos masivos de sus militantes.

Esto ha provocado fuertes roces con el ISIS, que lo ha acusado de ceder frente "los infieles de Occidente", según reporta el Washington Post, y ahora llama a una guerra contra el grupo palestino.

Un presunto contrabandista de armas que abastecía a Hamas fue ejecutado
Un presunto contrabandista de armas que abastecía a Hamas fue ejecutado

Por el momento, el ISIS en el Sinaí no tiene capacidad operativa en Gaza, pero el anuncio de este jueves puede tener grandes repercusiones en la situación interna del enclave, aumentando la posibilidad de una guerra civil entre Hamas y los islamistas cercanos al grupo yihadista sunita.

En este contexto, voceros de Hamas se han limitado a señalar, sin aportar pruebas, que el video del ISIS sería "una producción de los sionistas", según reportó el Times of Israel.

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