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Yahya Sinwar; always one step ahead of Mossad

FILE - Yahya Sinwar, head of Hamas in Gaza, greets his supporters upon his arrival at a meeting in a hall on the sea side of Gaza City, on April 30, 2022. Since Hamas fighters carried out the deadliest attack on Israel in decades, Israeli officials have vowed to crush the Palestinian militant group and its enigmatic leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar. But seven weeks into the war, 61-year-old Sinwar remains alive, in hiding and at the helm of Hamas’ fighters as they battle Israeli forces. (AP Photo/Adel Hana, File)

Yahya Sinwar, who has disordered the balance of Israel, has now turned into a big headache for the world’s largest intelligence agency, the Mossad, as the leaders of the Israeli regime in spite of their full power have failed to find or arrest him. According to a U.S. media outlet, Yahya Sinwar has always been one step ahead of Israel’s intelligence agencies and army. According to the recent report of Fars International News Agency, a U.S. media citing informed sources, wrote in its article about the failure of the Israeli army and intelligence agencies to find Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar in the Gaza Strip, saying that Yahya Sinwar has always been a problem for the Israeli regime. Nearly four months have passed since the successful attack of Al-Aqsa Storm on the Israeli forces on the 7th of October last year, but Israel has not achieved any of its goals against Hamas since. After the attack on Israel by Hamas, the Israeli regime decided to eliminate all leaders of Hamas and release all Israeli prisoners who were taken during the attack on Israel. Following the October attack, the Israeli regime has made the most efforts to find Yahya Sinwar, but thanks to the one God that all of their efforts have failed so far. Israel has also failed to release the prisoners despite all their efforts and until now no Israeli prisoner has been released without the agreement of Hamas and the swap of prisoners. In a letter shared by AlJazeera Arabic late December, last year, Yahya Sinwar reassured the Palestinian group’s leadership abroad about the armed wing’s achievement after three months of Israeli bombing and ground operations on Gaza. He claimed that over 5,000 Israeli soldiers and officers have been killed and wounded since the ground operations began in late October. Onethird of them, around 1,660, were killed, he said, while the rest have been permanently disabled or seriously wounded. The Israeli military says 156 soldiers have been killed in ground combat so far, and 600 more have been wounded. Sinwar added that Palestinian fighters, who are using guerrilla warfare tactics, such as snipers, anti-tank missiles and explosive devices, have completely or partially damaged over 800 Israeli armored vehicles, including tanks. It is worth mentioning that the Qassam Brigades are the largest Palestinian faction fighting the Israelis in Gaza. Others include Saraya Al-Quds (the armed wing of Islamic Jihad) and the smaller Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, which is aligned with the leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Sharifa Nargis

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