A member of the Palestinian national security forces was sentenced to death by a military court in the West Bank town of Hebron on Sunday for collaboration with Israel, according to AFP.
Hassan Mohammed Musalam, 53, was convicted at a closed-door trial of collaborating with Israel since 1994, said the agency.
Last month, two Palestinians charged with collaboration with Israel were executed by the Palestinian Authority after they were convicted of passing information to the Israeli security forces that led to the assassination of two Fateh leaders during the Intifada.
On January 27, a Palestinian man, Samir al-Bakri, 46, was shot dead by three masked gunmen in the northern West Bank town of Nablus on suspicion of collaborating with Israel.
In mid December, two other suspected collaborators were gunned down by armed Palestinians.
Adnan Shahin, 38, was killed in the village of Artas near Bethlehem after allegations that he helped Israeli intelligence track down and kill an activist in the Fateh movement.
Israeli soldiers, apparently well-informed, riddled the Fateh member with bullets on December 12 after searching for him for five years on suspicion that he brought in arms through the Red Sea area.
Also, 33-year-old Hir Sultan, who served in the Israeli police during the 1987-93 Palestinian uprising, was shot in the head with two bullets by a Palestinian who came from another town -- Albawaba.com