Two residents are reportedly going to be hanged for collaborating with the Jewish State; Another pair of Gaza residents have been sentenced to hard labor, while one man was given a 15-year sentence for allegedly attempting to sell land to Jews; The death sentences will be carried out via hanging.

Hanging, hard labor, and a prison sentence are on the docket for a number of Gaza residents who are being accused of cooperating with the Jewish State is various ways. Hamas, the Iranian-funded terror proxy based in the Gaza Strip, has sentenced two residents to death for allegedly collaborating with Israel. They are to be hanged at an undisclosed time.

According to a report by The Times of Israel, the two men are from Khan Younis and Rafah.

Furthermore, two others were sentenced to forced labor for the same charge.

Adding to this tragic news, a Palestinian court in Bethlehem, which is located in the West Bank, has given a 15-year prison sentence to a man in response to him making an effort to sell land to Jewish Israelis.

In total, Hamas has now sentenced seven people to death in 2021.