Hamas: Deif is still alive
A Hamas spokesman says that Ezzedine al-Qassam brigades commander Mohammed Deif is still alive
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri has said that the elusive head of the
terror group's "military wing", Mohammed Deif, is still "alive and well"
despite an IDF assassination attempt which killed his wife and son.
"The occupation will pay for its crimes against the Palestinian
people," declared Abu-Zuhri, who added a chilling warning to the people
of southern Israel.
"The residents of the Gaza periphery will return to their homes only
by the decision of the commander Mohammed Deif and one Israeli
commitment to stop the aggression and lift the siege," he threatened.
Adding to the threats, Hamas spokesperson Fawzi Barhoum said
Wednesday that "difficult days" are coming for both Israel and Gaza, as
an escalation in the violence is expected.
"(Prime Minister Binyamin) Netanyahu and (Foreign Minister Avigdor)
Liberman must prepare themselves for difficult days. They have never
seen such (difficult days) in this war or its predecessors," said
We don't have any exploding cell phones
or head rests
available, do we?
Labels: Gaza, Hamas, Hezbullah, IDF, Imad Mughniyah, Lebanon, Mohammed Deif, Palestinian terrorists, Yihye Ayyash