Rattled by defeat, Israeli regime threatens to kill Hamas leader

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The Israeli regime’s finance minister and senior member of the right-wing Likud party, Israel Katz, has threatened to assassinate Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, after the resistance figure made a public appearance in a rally in Gaza to celebrate the triumph in a 12-day Israeli war.

Rattled by the defeat inflicted by the Palestinian resistance movement, Katz, who is also a close ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said brazenly in an interview to Israeli media that the regime “will come for Yahya Sinwar’s head” if there is a “slightest breach” of the ceasefire between the two sides.

Katz said Sinwar had not been given immunity from Israeli assassination as part of the ceasefire deal.

He demanded the return of the bodies of Israeli troops Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul and captives Avera Mengistu and Hisham a-Sayed, who he claimed were being held by Hamas.

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Katz also claimed that the Israeli regime had dealt heavy blows to Hamas in the Gaza Strip and urged his party officials to “show appreciation” to the military leadership.

This is while the Tel Aviv regime has come under blistering criticism from Israeli officials themselves for the military embarrassment in the war on Gaza.

Katz also praised the role of Israeli troops in cracking down on Palestinians in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and at the al-Aqsa Mosque.

At least 248 Palestinians were killed in the Israeli regime’s military strikes on the besieged Gaza strip before Tel Aviv was forced to cease fire.

The latest escalation was triggered earlier this month by the Israeli regime forces who forced Palestinian families to vacate their homes in Sheikh Jarrah, followed by a violent onslaught on worshipers at the sacred al-Aqsa Mosque.

Gaza-based Hamas then retaliated those acts of aggression, and the occupying regime started conducting strikes against civilian areas in the besieged territory, including high-rise buildings housing residential apartments and media offices.

The regime’s atrocities drew anger and outrage across the world, with massive rallies organized to condemn the aggression.

Hamas, meanwhile, has attributed its victory in the 12-day war to Iranian help and assist

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