Career Change: Hamas keeps its terrorists busy amid the coronavirus crisis
Hamas terror group armed wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, whose sole mission in ordinary times is to murder Jews, is now helping to build a 500-bed quarantine facility in Rafah, near the border crossing with Egypt, aimed at helping Gaza to deal with the spreading coronavirus pandemic.
Hamas terror group leader Yahya Sinwar was at the southern facility himself, monitoring the progress of the construction.
Another facility is reportedly being built in northern Gaza for patients requiring quarantine.
In addition, the Commodore Hotel in Gaza City will be used as a quarantine facility.
Muslim terrorists members of the Mujahideen Brigades, the armed wing of the Palestinian Mujahideen terror group, changed their usual activities against the Jewish State amid the crisis, and are now sanitizing public areas in Gaza.
Al-Qassam terrorists were seen sterilizing streets and buildings in Rafah.
Two Gazans who returned to the Strip from Pakistan last Thursday have been diagnosed with coronavirus, the Hamas-ruled Health Ministry announced on Sunday.
The infected were among a number of Gazans who had been moved to quarantine at a hospital in the city of Rafah. The two have since been in isolation and did not come into contact with other Gazans.
The Hamas terror group-ruled Ministry of Health imposed a series of restrictions on gatherings at wedding halls, gyms, restaurants and cafes. Al Friday prayers in all mosques throughout Gaza were suspended until further notice.