Israel Vows To Hunt Down Hamas Wherever They Hide

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Israel’s determination to eliminate Hamas leaders has been revealed in secret recordings, where the head of Shin Bet, the country’s security agency, compared the mission to the aftermath of the Munich Olympics terror attack.

The 1972 attack by Palestinian terrorists resulted in the death of 11 Israeli athletes, and Israel sought revenge through a seven-year operation called Wrath of God, dramatized in Steven Spielberg’s film Munich. Now, in light of the recent October 7 massacre that claimed over 1,200 lives and kidnapped more than 200 people, Israel vows to track down and assassinate Hamas leaders, no matter where they are in the world.

The recordings, aired by Israeli TV channel Kan, feature security head Ronan Bar outlining the objective of eliminating Hamas and expressing determination to carry out the mission in Gaza, the Qatar, Lebanon, West Bank, Turkey, or any other necessary location. Bar acknowledges the responsibility to provide security and a sense of security, admitting they failed to do so on October 7. However, he believes they are on an upward trajectory and will learn from the events to improve their efforts.

Hamas leaders are known to reside outside Gaza and the West Bank, with crucial figures located in Qatar, Turkey, Lebanon, and Iran. Ismail Haniyeh, head of Hamas’s political bureau, often travels between Istanbul and Doha, staying at luxury hotels. He is frequently joined by leader Khaled Mashal, who flies between Doha and Istanbul. Israel’s plans to target these leaders outside Gaza have drawn a warning from Turkey, stating that any assassinations on its territory or in other countries will result in severe consequences.

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered spy agencies to develop plans for the assassination of Hamas’s top leaders outside Gaza. Suggestions were made to immediately target Hamas leader Khaled Mashal, who resides in Doha. However, such actions on Qatari or Turkish soil could jeopardize diplomatic efforts to secure the release of hostages.

Amidst these developments, a Hamas official claims that the terror group is not far from launching a “war of liberation” that would surpass the magnitude of the October 7 attacks on Israel.
Israel’s determination to eliminate Hamas leaders is evident, and while their methods may be controversial, they strive to ensure the security and safety of their citizens. The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas continues to escalate, with both sides prepared to fight for their respective causes. Only time will tell how this conflict unfolds and if a resolution can be reached.