As it wails and moans over Israel's severe military action against its Gaza stronghold, Hamas has been butchering and abusing Palestinians it views as traitors and political enemies.
Palestinian sources in Judea and Samaria (the so-called "West Bank") told The Jerusalem Post that according to their contacts in Gaza, life for anyone loyal to Mahmoud Abbas' ruling Fatah movement has taken yet another turn for the worse.
One Fatah loyalist was reportedly shot by Hamas men after he expressed satisfaction that Israel was bombing the terror group's bases of operations more than two years after it seized control of Gaza in a blood-soaked coup.
At least 75 other Fatah men were shot in the legs and many more had their hands broken as a warning not to take advantage of the current war to remove Hamas from power.
Local Palestinians who were jailed for aiding Israel in past anti-terror operations fared far worse. Hamas officials admitted to executing at least 35 of these "collaborators" at detentions facilities across Gaza since the Israeli strikes began more than a week ago.