Hamas steps up executions of collaborators...
Nothing like Hamas justice...
Hamas authorities in Gaza have begun imposing the death penalty as part of a campaign against Palestinians found guilty of collaborating with Israel.
Two men have been executed in Gaza this year for passing information to Israeli forces. Dozens more are in jail.
But human rights workers say the executions have been carried out in violation of Palestinian law.
Omar Kaware is one of 42 men who share a single prison cell in Gaza's main jail.
Metal bunks cram the room and the inmates share one toilet and one bathroom between them.
Every one of these men is accused of spying for Israel. And several, including Mr Kaware, have been sentenced to death.
"They accused me of collaborating with the Israelis, but I'm innocent," he said.
Mr Kaware was accused of giving information to Israeli forces which helped them pinpoint and assassinate a string of Palestinian militants.
He says he was set up by a vengeful neighbour and was tortured into making a confession.
He revealed scars on his hands and feet as evidence.
"They beat me. They tied my arms to the ceiling, hit me all over," he said.