Netanyahu’s determination to eliminate Hamas leaders goes beyond Gaza. And according to the ‘Wall Street Journal’, the Israeli leader has ordered the spy agencies making plans to assassinate Hamas leaders who are abroad, in countries like Qatar or Türkiye.
Khaled Meshaal and Ismail Haniya, two of its main officials, would be on the list of Hamas leaders that Netanyahu wants to eliminate. The operation, as indicated by the American newspaper, would be executed at the end of the war.
Precisely, the Israeli Army stated this Friday that It has attacked around 200 targets of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the Gaza Stripamong them some located in the south of the enclave, where most of the civilian population is concentrated, since the end of the truce at 07:00 a.m. (local time) this Friday, according to a statement released through its website. In its note, the Army has reported that it has hit a “series of terrorist targets throughout the Gaza Strip, in the north of the Gaza Strip and in the south”, specifically “in Khan Yunis and Rafah.”
The Israeli Air Force has specified on its social media account the Israeli infantry has demolished numerous Hamas structures, such as tunnels and rocket launch pads, “some of which were surrounded by booby traps.”
For his part, the spokesman for the Gaza Ministry of Health, Ashraf al Qidra, has indicated in a brief message on his account on the social network Facebook that “the toll of victims due to Israeli aggression since the end of the truce this morning has risen.” to 109 martyrs and hundreds injured“.
Likewise, he stressed that “the temporary truce has not helped the health system” of the enclave, greatly damaged by the offensive launched by Israel after the attacks carried out on October 7 by Hamas, according to a statement published by the ministry through Facebook. “We need to guarantee the delivery of medical supplies and fuel to all the hospitals in Gaza,” he said.
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