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Islamic Jihad brigades release Israeli military documents

Nov. 26, 2012 6:43 A.M. (Updated: Nov. 28, 2012 10:32 A.M.)
GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Islamic Jihad's military wing on Monday published a second batch of Israeli military documents.

The al-Quds Brigades released lists of Israeli soldiers, including their phone numbers, email addresses and dates of birth, on its

website.

The Israeli military on Sunday said thousands of reserve soldiers received text messages from Islamic Jihad during Israel's 8-day war on Gaza that ended Wednesday with a ceasefire.

The messages, in Hebrew, read: "We will turn Gaza into your graveyard and burn Tel Aviv."

The army said Islamic Jihad obtained the numbers after they were posted online by a reservist, the Israeli news site Ynet reported.

The list was one of several documents the al-Quds Brigades published on Monday. The group also released what appear to be details of Israel's army training, minutes of military meetings and army itineraries, dated as recently as June and translated into Arabic.

Brigades spokesman Abu Ahmad said the files proved the group had obtained recent information, countering suggestions the data was from 2008.

In a statement, Abu Ahmad added that despite Wednesday's ceasefire, the war hadn't ended as Israeli drones continued to hover over the Gaza Strip.
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