Southeast Asia | Al Batsh hit may shine light on North Korean tie-up with Hamas

Al Batsh hit may shine light on North Korean tie-up with Hamas

An apparent Mossad assassination in KL has put the spotlight back on the issue of North Korea’s sponsorship of terrorism

May 7, 2018 1:05 PM (UTC+8)
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, center, says a prayer during the funeral ceremony of Fadi al-Batsh, the Palestinian Hamas engineer who was killed by unknown assailants in Kuala Lumpur, at Great Omari Mosque, at Jabalia Refugee Camp, before burying him at the Martyrs Cemetery in Gaza City on April 26. Al-Batsh was gunned down near his home in the Malaysian capital by two gunmen who fled the scene. Photo: Ismail Haniyeh's press office/ handout/ Anadolu Agency via AFP
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, center, says a prayer during the funeral ceremony of Fadi al-Batsh, the Palestinian Hamas engineer who was killed by unknown assailants in Kuala Lumpur, at Great Omari Mosque, at Jabalia Refugee Camp, before burying him at the Martyrs Cemetery in Gaza City on April 26. Al-Batsh was gunned down near his home in the Malaysian capital by two gunmen who fled the scene. Photo: Ismail Haniyeh's press office/ handout/ Anadolu Agency via AFP
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