Egypt stopped Israel from eliminating Hamas terror group leaders

BREAKING: An Egyptian security delegation convened an “urgent meeting” in Israel last week in order to stop Israel from launching a large-scale military operation in Gaza by the targeted elimination of two senior Hamas terrorists, according to Arab reports.

According to the reports, the Egyptian delegation stopped the Israeli decision to eliminate Hamas terror group leaders Yahya Sinwar and Marwan Issa.

Sinwar, a Muslim terrorist who was freed in the Shalit terrorists release is now the leader of Hamas. Issa is leader of Hamas’ armed wing Izz a-Din al-Qassam, whose sole mission is to murder Jews.

Earlier this month, Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said that the deadly action against Hamas terrorists will be very different from those that preceded it and that “no one will be immune”.

“Israel does not want a war with Hamas in Gaza, but we have a commitment to the security of the residents of southern Israel. The indiscriminate conduct of the Hamas leaders is bringing us towards deadly action against them”, Bennett said.

“We will not announce when or where. The action will be very different from its predecessors —No one will be immune.”

“Hamas faces the choice: to choose life and economic prosperity or to choose terror and pay an unbeatable price. Their actions will determine the outcome”, DM Bennett added.

Later, PM Netanyahu warned the terrorists in Gaza: “We are preparing a surprise for Hamas if they don’t stop the rockets and IED balloons. It’s only a matter of time. This will be a very different response, remember what I said.”