Less than three weeks after Hamas military commander Ahmed Jabari was assassinated, Hamas decided to display near the Rafah crossing what was left of his car, so as to present the "horrible actions of the occupation and its crimes," as the terror group explained.
Along with the car, Hamas put various items and pictures on display as part of an exhibition that aims to present the "atrocities" inflicted on Gazans during Operation Pillar of Defense.
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The Gaza Strip Interior Ministry said the exhibition, "Documents the crimes brought about by the occupation, during the offensive on Gaza last month." Interior Minister Fathi Hamad and Deputy Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council Ahmad Bahar were present at the unveiling of the items, along with other top Palestinian security officials.
Warhead display in the exhibition
The exhibition featured photos of children and citizens that the Palestinians claim were injured during IDF strikes on Gaza. According to Hamas, the people sustained their injuries when they were at their homes.
Hamas said that great effort was put into drawing representatives from Arab countries, "So that they could be witnesses, through the images presented in the exhibition, to the crimes committed by Israel."
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