A Palestinian Arab man was sentenced to death by Palestinian judges in Hebron on Monday after he was convicted of honoring the Palestinian Authority's peace obligation to cooperate with Israel in the war against Palestinian terrorist groups.
In their ruling, the judges convicted the man of providing information to Israeli security forces that led to the deaths of four wanted terrorists.
The so-called collaborator's execution will be carried out by firing squad, though the sentence still requires the signature of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas.
Palestinian Arabs that aid Israel in combatting the rampant terrorism that has been the biggest hindrance to peace are regularly subjected to brutal public executions by angered mobs of Palestinians who polls show are supportive of terrorist actions against Israeli Jews.
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