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Hamas Officials Begin To Flee Foreign Countries Amid Fears That Israel Is About To Kill Them

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Hamas leaders living in Qatar have reportedly gone into hiding amid concerns of potential Israeli operations to eliminate them.

Qatar allegedly informed them that their safety could no longer be guaranteed, prompting their departure.

This development follows a call by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to hunt down and kill Hamas leaders, with Defense Minister Yoav Gallant emphasizing that they are “destined to die.” (Trending: Democrat Excludes White People From Holiday Party In Controversial Email)

The head of the Israel Security Agency likened the situation to “our Munich” and expressed determination to eliminate Hamas leaders, even those residing in various countries.

“They are living on borrowed time,” Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said.

“The struggle is worldwide: From gunman in the field to those who are enjoying luxury jets while their emissaries are acting against women and children, they are destined to die.”

“The cabinet set a goal for us, to take out Hamas. And we are determined to do it, this is our Munich,” said Shin Bet Head Ronen Bar.

“In every location, in Gaza, in the West Bank, in Lebanon, in Turkey, in Qatar, everyone. It will take a few years, but we will be there in order to do it.”

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