Hamas commander's call recording leaked; IDF says 'terrorists' stealing gas from hospitals
Hamas commander leaked call recording reportedly belongs to the commander of the West Jabaliya Brigade of Hamas-
While Israel-Hamas continue to remain in a state of war, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) recently released call recording of a 'terrorist' intercepted by them. The leaked Hamas commander call recording was shared as proof that the armed Palestinian group has been stealing fuels and gas from Gaza hospitals. Hamas commander leaked call recording reportedly belongs to the commander of the West Jabaliya Brigade of Hamas. The Hamas commander was heard speaking with the head of the Indonesian Hospital in Gaza as well as another Gazan citizen.
In the leaked Hamas call recording, the commander can be heard saying, "I'm here with Dr. A'ataf on speaker... We went to fill up the diesel. The thousand liters that you talked about." The Gaza citizen replied, "Yes?"
The commander then says, "They told me, Abu Hassan, there's no diesel." The Gaza citizen replied, "This is at the Indonesian Hospital?" The commander in the leaked audio confirmed that he was at the hospital with Dr. A'ataf.
"He is the doctor who told you there was no diesel? They told me to fill up [diesel] from the Indonesian Hospital!"
At this point, the commander hands the phone to the doctor, who asks, "What?" The Gaza citizen replies, "Yesterday, Abu Ahmad spoke with me and told me to fill up [diesel] from the Indonesian [Hospital]."
"Who is Abu Ahmad?"
"From the Economy Ministry."
"Yesterday [Hamas] came to fill up diesel," the doctor replied.