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Israel Used Bunker-Buster Bombs in Raid on Mohammed Deif’s Home

Deif may, or may not, have escaped the bombing raid. His wife, at least one of them, was killed. Is Haniyeh next?
Wanted dead and not alive: Mohammed Deif

Wanted dead and not alive: Mohammed Deif
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The Israeli Air Force tried to eliminate Hamas’s terrorist chief Mohammed Deif in a bunker-buster bombing raid on his home Tuesday night.

Hamas has confirmed that his wife and a daughter were killed. It is not known if he was at his home at the time and, if so, if he was killed or wounded. Hamas silence on his fate raises speculation that he may have been killed or seriously wounded.

Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar Wednesday morning compared Deif with Osama bin Laden, calling him an arch-murderer.

The attempt to kill Deif is a clear signal from Israel that it wants to target terrorist leaders, and it can be assumed that all of them are hiding underground or within areas with a high civilian population.

Israel has plenty of other wanted terrorists to eliminate. One of them is Ismail Haniyeh, who was de facto prime minister of Gaza until Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas partnered up with a unity government earlier this year.

Haniyeh is one of the original founders of Hamas and still leads the terrorist organization under the camouflage of a “technocrat” unity government that supposedly does not include Hamas.

But Hamas is more than a terrorist group. Like Hezbollah in Lebanon, it finances, with the help of Qatar and Iran, and operates schools welfare and social services. It is intertwined in the daily lives of Gazans, who are dependent on Hamas for necessities of life.

If Israel wants to go for broke, it can aim for Khaled Mashaal, the supreme leader of Hamas but whose base is in Qatar, his benefactor.

Sources in the Israel government said Tuesday it has evidence that Mashaal purposely torpedoed the last 24-hour extension of the cease-fire in order to stop Egypt from pushing its proposal for a longer-term truce that does not satisfy Hamas demands.

Israel radio reported that Qatar, which opposes Egyptian mediation efforts, gave Mashaal an ultimatum to resume rocket fire or face expulsion

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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24 Responses to “Israel Used Bunker-Buster Bombs in Raid on Mohammed Deif’s Home”

  1. She won’t breed any more terrorist, good riddance

  2. She won’t breed any more terrorist, good riddance

  3. They say the Devil looks after his own.( Well for a little while.)

  4. They say the Devil looks after his own.( Well for a little while.)

  5. Get this animal, GO ISRAEL DEATH COMES TO CHILDREN AT WAR, CAN’T. BE HELPED, BUT IF I LIVED THERE MY CHILD AND O WOULD LEAVE TO SAFTY

  6. Get this animal, GO ISRAEL DEATH COMES TO CHILDREN AT WAR, CAN’T. BE HELPED, BUT IF I LIVED THERE MY CHILD AND O WOULD LEAVE TO SAFTY

  7. Many are hiding in tunnels and in Qatar afraid to be in paradise with 72. Devils porns

  8. Many are hiding in tunnels and in Qatar afraid to be in paradise with 72. Devils porns

  9. I love Israel ! I stand with Israel ! God bless you Israel !!!

  10. We need to clear out the civilian Gazans to the south and bomb the terrorists hiding in their tunnels. Some are deep, but we have the weapons to do it.

  11. Yehey…..lets party yeah!kill em all!kill em all! Samuel peters is right nuke em all,nuke em all!

  12. Ariel Claude says:

    Do this and the war will end: Follow the money trail and destroy its path and its’ leaders from both Hamas and Qatar… We must bring the war to Qatar while also terminating Hamas leader Mashaal in Qatar; He feels safe there as the leaders of Qatar also. End them and the war in Gaza will finish.

    Sometimes thinking outside the box will defeat the enemy.

    Historically, during WWII, if only the Jews or whoever would have destroyed Switzerland’s and the Vatican’s banks and vaults, the war would have ended earlier; Millions of Jews would have been saved too.

  13. Yes! Haniyeh should be next.

  14. There is is always next Time

  15. Sue Waller says:

    We stand with Israel and the IDF. Always and Forever. Am Yisrael Chai, Shalom ❤️

  16. Karen Waller says:

    How can they tell which one is which they all look the same lol

  17. AJ Jay says:

    AT THAT TIME THIS FELLOW WAS WITH ANOTHER WIFE I GUESS…!!!

  18. AJ Jay says:

    AT THAT TIME THIS FELLOW WAS WITH ANOTHER WIFE I GUESS…!!!

  19. Obi Sunny says:

    what a miss! Israel be sure next time he doesn’t escape

  20. Obi Sunny says:

    what a miss! Israel be sure next time he doesn’t escape

  21. Then he’s looking after far more people than God.

  22. Teri Carroll says:

    but one of his many wives will…

  23. A bunker-buster bomb! Great news. Now maybe Israel will take the gloves off and fight the war as it should be fought. They can't negotiate with genocidal terrorists. They can only destroy them…using any means possible.

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