Sinwar delivers message of aggression towards Israel after cease-fire

November 16, 2018 19:49
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Yahya Sinwar, the Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip, attended the funeral of Hamas members killed during the Israeli operation earlier this week.

He conveyed a message from Muhammad Deif, commander of the Hamas military wing, that "any confrontation with the occupation brings us to an end." Sinover added that, "the one who thought we would divert our blood in dollars and diesel fuel was disappointed."

He then turned to Israel, "Our silence is meant to prepare, and if we talk, only in the language of the weapon, my message to Netanyahu and his next war minister - that Gaza is preparing you for a certain death."

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