The PA forces arrest a Hamas member. Hamas claims he's tortured to death. To prove their lies, the PA security put the man on TV. Then they had him interviewed by three press agencies. They have him "confess" to being a collaborator with Israel. He "confesses" to having helped the Israeli army assassinate five Palestinian men (three of them share his last name).
Hamas is rejecting these "confessions" as forced.
They are right, of course.
The man is innocent till proven guilty. And for that to happen you need charges, lawyers, evidence, and trials.
Whether true or not, the story the man tells of his recruitment is a familiar one of sexual seduction and blackmail:
"Later, I met the Israeli intelligence officer, Raviv. He offered me collaboration with them and threatened me and I refused. He left me and an Israeli soldier entered and tried to seduce me. I couldn't resist the seduction, so I slept with her twice. After that she walked out.
"After that Raviv returned and threatened me by showing me pictures of me having sex with the Israeli soldier. I had to agree to their deal."
I have a problem with the sex part: why would this man not resist the "seduction" considering the context in which it is happening? For crying out loud, it's happening in an interrogation room! He surly grew up on stories of how sex is used to blackmail men like him into collaboration. I'm supposed to believe that all it takes to recruit a decent Palestinian man into becoming a traitor of the lowest kind is presenting him with the body of a woman!!!
Something is not right!