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‘We Will Burn Israel If Targeted Killings Are Renewed’ – Palestinian Terror Groups Warns Israeli PM

by Amadu Victor
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According to report reaching OYOGist.com, Palestinian- Gaza terror groups have allegedly cautioned Israel against returning to a targeted killing strategy, saying a large and organized response will take place, including thousands of missiles fired at Tel Aviv.

Sources told the pro-Hezbollah Al-Akhbar newspaper that the Gaza factions’ “Joint Operations Room” informed Israel, through intermediaries, that in the event that Israel carried out an assassination, “it will respond in a specific and powerful manner.”

The Terrorist groups said that it should be seen as a war declaration “in which the resistance will burn Tel Aviv (Israel) with thousands of missiles as well as items not anticipated by the occupation.”

Targeted killing of a Palestinian leader in Gaza is a rare event, but both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Defense Benny Gantz suggested a possible return to the policy, with the latter warning on Thursday that the IDF could hit human targets as well as buildings and terror infrastructure.


In addition, Gantz warned the terror groups in Gaza on Friday that if fighting continues, the IDF would deliver a “very harsh blow.”

“The IDF is strong, it is defending and will continue to protect the southern civilians, targeting anyone who threatens us and delivering a very hard hit,” Gantz said after a meeting with senior IDF officers.

IDF staff chief Aviv Kohavi met with Southern Command chiefs and “saw a strategic evaluation and approved the command’s preparations for various scenarios,” the IDF said. The briefing was joined by Gantz via videoconference.

Saturday morning saw a revival of fires in the South triggered by incendiary balloons launched from Gaza to Israel with seven confirmed blazes, including one in a Moshav Netiv Ha’Asara greenhouse.

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