The targeting of Marwan Issa indicates that Israel obtained information from a senior source within Hamas – The Guardian

"A quarter of Gaza's population is on the brink of famine"

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“A quarter of Gaza’s population is on the brink of famine.”

We begin our tour of the newspapers, with a report published by the British newspaper The Guardian, about the latest developments in the war on Gaza, where it said that Israeli negotiators are likely to arrive in Doha, on Sunday, amid intensified efforts to achieve a ceasefire – at least temporarily -.

Citing what it described as sources close to Hamas, the newspaper says that the movement’s leaders now realize the need to highlight a “major victory” for the Palestinians in order to spare them a popular reaction after the massive destruction and loss of life during five months of war.

She adds that Israeli officials now believe that the deputy military commander of Hamas in Gaza, Marwan Issa, was killed in an air strike a week ago. The article states that, as a result of the Israeli operation, all communications systems for senior Hamas leaders – which rely on applications and encrypted correspondence – stopped for more than 72 hours after the raid, as happened on several previous occasions when senior Hamas leaders were killed, according to the newspaper.

Experts told the Guardian that the strike targeting Issa, one of the main organizers of the attack launched by Hamas on Israel on October 7, indicates that Israel is obtaining its information from a high-ranking source in the movement.

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