From the "palestinian" Ma’an News Agency:
Hamas fighter killed in 'accidental explosion'
A Hamas fighter succumbed on Sunday to wounds he sustained a day earlier in an “accidental explosion” in the northern Gaza Strip, the Ministry of Health said.
Gaza Ministry of Health spokesman Ashraf al-Qidra told the Palestinian Information Center that 37-year-old Muhammad Walid al-Quqa died in the hospital on Sunday morning following an "accidental" explosion in al-Sudaniyya in the northern Gaza Strip on Saturday evening.
The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, said in a statement that al-Quqa was killed during "preparations" without giving details.
Could not have happened to a nicer person - too bad he didn't have a bunch of his friends hanging out with him at the time. A bit more:
Israeli officials have accused Hamas of "preparing" for another war with Israel and have threatened retaliatory measures against the Gaza Strip as a whole.
The Times of Israel adds that: he was the head of Hamas’s explosives unit
Classic case of Hudna - the western Fake News media translate it as truce or armistice. It is nothing of the kind. From Front Page Magazine:
Hudna: a tactical pause intended only for rearmament, a temporary respite in the war between Islamic forces and non-Islamic forces.
The authoritative Islamic Encyclopedia (London, 1922) defines hudna as a "temporary treaty" which can be approved or abrogated by Islamic religious leaders, depending on whether or not it serves the interests of Islam; a hudna cannot last for more than 10 years.
A lot more at the sites. And they say God has no sense of humor.