Hamas terror group chief threatens: We’ll turn Israeli cities into ghost towns

Hamas terror group chief threatens: We'll turn Israeli cities into ghost towns

Yahya Sinwar, a Muslim terrorist who was freed in the Shalit terrorists release and is now leader of Hamas, said that Hamas can turn Israeli cities into ghost towns, boasting that his terror group had thousands of missiles, weapons and terror tunnels hundreds of miles long.

“If we come to the conclusion that the situation in Gaza will worsen, we will bomb Tel Aviv and cause Color Red missile alarms for six months,” he added.

If Benny Gantz becomes the next prime minister of Israel, he’ll “regret the day he was born,” the terror group chief threatened.

“Gantz, we’re waiting for you. if you even succeed in forming a government, we will make you regret the day you were born,” he said.

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“They don’t even have a government that could approve the budget or discuss security issues,” he added. “We are ready to secure the release of our prisoners [convicted Muslim terrorists in Israeli security prisons] and make all possible efforts to achieve that.”

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Israel’s security cabinet convened on Sunday in the wake of the latest barrages of rockets from Gaza over the weekend.

During the 4-hour meeting, the ministers received updates on the development on the southern border as well as the northern frontier and operational decisions were made without any objections.

After the meeting, the IDF deployed additional Iron Dome missile defense batteries in the Shfela and Gush Dan regions in central Israel, in preparation for a possible escalation and rocket fire towards Israel.

Muslim terrorists fired three barrages of rockets at Israeli civilians late on Friday. The IDF responded with a wave of pre-dawn airstrikes in Gaza targeting Hamas terror infrastructure, eliminating one Muslim terrorist and wounding two others.