Thursday, July 31

Having 1997 Flashbacks in his mind Benjamin Netanyahu Rejected Plan to Assassinate Hamas Leaders Would Just Like To Murder Palestinian Children

According to Israeli media, Benjamin Netanyahu rejected a proposal to kill Hamas political leaders in response to the ongoing firing of rockets by resistance fighters from Gaza to Israel.

Khaled Mashal and Ismail Haniyeh -- Palestinian News Network (PNN)

Newspaper Israel Today said, Wednesday morning, that a proposal was presented to the Israeli prime minister regarding a plan to kill Hamas chiefs Khaled Mashal and Ismail Haniyeh.

Israeli Minister of Finance Yair Lapid, Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett, Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman, in addition to leaders in the Israeli military supported the plan, but Netanyahu apparently rejected it for the reason that "it would negatively affect Israel in the international arena", according to the PNN.

Lapid reportedly claimed that Hamas leaders are responsible for attacks on Israel, and that Israel should hold them accountable.

The newspaper further said that Netanyahu agreed to the bombing of Hamas political leaders' homes, but only upon confirmation that they were not inside them but that was not the case for the The leader in Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), Wadah Abu Amer, who was killed on Tuesday evening along with his wife and his five sons in an Israeli airstrike on his home in Khan Younis, south of the Gaza Strip. - See more at:

Netanyahu maybe having flashbacks that from the 25 of  September 1997, when Mashal was the target of an assassination attempt carried out by the Israeli Mossad under orders from Netanyahu and his security cabinet. Two Mossad agents carrying fake Canadian passports entered Jordan, where Mashal was living. The Mossad agents waited at the entrance of the Hamas offices in Amman, and as Mashal walked into his office, one of the agents came up from behind and held a device to Mashal's left ear that transmitted a fast-acting poison.Soon afterward the two Israeli agents were captured. Immediately after the incident, Jordan's King Hussein demanded that Benjamin Netanyahu turn over the antidote for the poison, threatening to sever diplomatic relations and to try the detained Israeli agents.

Before dawn, on Tuesday, an Israeli missile struck the house of Ismail Haniyeh, in Gaza. Damage was reported but no casualties, according to the Interior Ministry.

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