A picture of the head of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, sparked reactions at the level of the Hebrew media.
At a time when the internal debate continues with the Israeli occupation about the defeat in the recent aggression on the besieged Palestinian sector.
Sinwar was shown sitting on his chair on the rubble of his office, which was bombed in an attempt to assassinate him during the aggression.
The photo was stopped by the Yediot Aharonot newspaper, as part of a report on a military parade by “Al-Qassam Brigades” in Khan Yunis, south of the Strip.
Which witnessed the targeting of many resistance fighters in tunnels targeted by the Israeli bombing.
The Hebrew “Kan” network correspondent, Nurit Yohanan, commented on the same photo, saying: “Sinwar’s gifts do not stop, and this time:
Sinwar on the ruins of his destroyed office during the operation, “referring to his defiance of the occupation, which he vowed to assassinate him.
The occupation repeatedly threatened to assassinate Sinwar during the recent aggression on Gaza, and confirmed after the truce that the man was still on the target list.
The Hamas leader appeared in Gaza in public places, challenging the occupation to implement its threats, considering that “Israel” emerged from the last battle defeated and afraid of resistance.