No, not a work accident, but at the hands of an ISIS terrorist.
A Hamas-affiliated border security guard was killed on Thursday when a suicide bomber blew himself up near the Rafah crossing in the southern Gaza Strip, an official said.
"Police tried to stop two militants heading for the Egyptian border, one of the militants blew himself up", Eyad al-Bosom, a spokesman for the ministry, said. The explosion killed one Hamas official and wounded several others.
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Sources named the security man as Nidal al-Jaafari, 28, reported AFP news agency. All of the wounded were transferred to the Abu Yousif Najjar hospital in Rafah.
WAFA correspondent quoted witnesses saying that Hamas members spotted two people said to be hardline fundamentalists at the Rafah crossing apparently attempting to sneak into Egypt and stopped them.
It would be the first time a suicide attack has targeted Hamas forces in Gaza, security sources said.
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No word yet as to whether both the dead ISIS terrorist and the dead Hamas terrorist each receive 72 virgins, or whether it is 36 each.
The ministry described the assailant and his colleague as "ideologically deviant", a term Hamas uses to describe members of the Islamic State group and other extremists.
In recent weeks, and according to security understandings reached between Hamas and Egypt in Cairo in June, the Hamas-run security forces built up a buffer zone on the borders with Egypt to prevent smuggling individuals and goods. I'm just the guy who wants you to pass the popcorn.
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