“Sinwar” appears for the second time since the Israeli aggression ended


The leader of the “Hamas” movement in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, appeared in public on Monday for the second time since the end of the Israeli aggression on the Strip at dawn on Friday.

This came during a memorial service held by Hamas in Gaza City for a number of its military leaders who were killed during the 11-day offensive.

Sinwar did not make any statements during the ceremony, which continues until 15.50 GMT.

Sinwar is considered one of the most wanted by Israel, as Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz declared that there is no immunity for Hamas leaders, including Sinwar and Muhammad Deif (the commander of the Qassam Brigades, the movement’s military wing).


Sinwar appeared for the first time on the streets of Gaza on Saturday, during his participation in offering condolences to a number of the martyrs of the Israeli aggression, without making any statements.

And at dawn on Friday, an Egyptian-sponsored ceasefire took effect between the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip and Israel.

This was followed by the arrival of a delegation from the Egyptian General Intelligence to the Gaza Strip on Friday, and consultations with the Palestinian leadership in Ramallah on Saturday.

The aggression on the Palestinian territories since April 13 has resulted in 280 martyrs, including 69 children, 40 women and 17 elderly, and more than 8,900 wounded.

In addition, 1,800 housing units were damaged, and 184 towers, houses, and a number of factories and economic facilities were destroyed.