Israel Hamas war LIVE: Terrorist chief ‘back from dead after hiding in tunnels for decade’

Soldiers of Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine in Gaza tunnels (Image: Getty)
Published November 12, 2023

The terrorist leader is believed to be particularly skilled in kidnappings and cross-border infiltration

A Hamas leader who was believed to be dead in 2014 may not only still be alive, but behind the devastating October 7 attack that killed 1,200 people.

The younger brother of Yahya Sinwa, Hamas’s leader in Gaza and Israel’s most-wanted terrorist, has been living in secret in the tunnels beneath Gaza, Israeli intelligence sources have suggested.

A former Mossad counter-terror chief told the Telegraph that Mohammed Sinwar was “100 per cent one of the core team who planned October 7”.



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Israel-Hamas War LIVE: A Relative mourns loved ones killed during overnight strikes on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, at Al-Najjar hospital on November 12, 2023, amid the ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. More than 10,000 people have been killed in relentless Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip, according to the Hamas-run health ministry, since the war erupted last month after Palestnian militants raided southern Israel on October 7 killing at least 1200 people.
Published November 12, 2023

Israel-Gaza War LIVE: Saudi Arabia and several other Muslim nations on Saturday collectively urged for an immediate halt to military operations in Gaza.

They dismissed Israel’s rationale for its actions against Palestinians, asserting that it was not justified as self-defence, Reuters reported.

The joint Islamic-Arab summit in Riyadh urged the International Criminal Court to investigate “war crimes and crimes against humanity that Israel is committing” in the Palestinian territories, according to a final communique, according to Reuters.

Saudi Arabia has actively urged the United States and Israel to cease hostilities in Gaza, with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the de facto leader of the kingdom, convening Arab and Muslim leaders to emphasize this plea.

Among those present were Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who was reinstated into the Arab League earlier this year.

“There is no other way but to resist Israel. We kiss the hands of Hamas for its resistance against Israel,” Raisi said in his address.



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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks about the Israel-Hamas war during a press conference on November 11, 2023. (Marc Israel Sellem/POOL)
Published November 12, 2023

The leaders in charge of directing Israel’s war in Gaza vowed Saturday to soldier on with the grinding military offensive aimed at vanquishing the Hamas terror group, pushing back at international pressure to slow down or halt it, and pledging to “stand firm against the world if necessary.”

In a joint press conference, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and Minister Benny Gantz rejected mounting international criticism over the civilian costs of the war, urging Western leaders to throw their support behind the Jewish state since its victory would mean victory for the entire free world as well.

Netanyahu slammed French President Emmanuel Macron over remarks he made castigating Israel a day earlier. He also indicated that Israel would oppose the return of the Palestinian Authority to Gaza following the war — a goal declaredly sought by Washington — lambasting it as an entity that educates children to want to eliminate Israel, supports terrorism and hasn’t condemned Hamas’s October 7 massacres, which sparked the ongoing war. And he said Israel would retain overall security control in the enclave.

The pushback came after several countries over the weekend expressed concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation and the civilian casualties in the Strip.




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