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Ukrainians’ security is under threat

Following the abduction of Dirar Abu Sisi, deputy director of operations of the Gaza’s only power plant, and his subsequent deportation to Israel for imprisonment, public confidence in the security services has been dramatically reduced. Mass media rumors, citing government sources, implicated the security services themselves in the abduction. At least this rumor suggests that the Ukrainian security services are in control of the activity of foreign agents on Ukrainian soil – for the alternative is quite disconcerting.

If the official statements of Israel are to be believed, and Dirar Abu Sisi is indeed a dangerous member of Hamas, as he has allegedly begun to testify, this would mean that Ukraine’s borders are open to terrorists risking attack by radical Islamist groups.

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