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Muhammad Sinwar: The Possible Successor to Muhammad Deif

Senior security officials in Israel are increasingly confident that Muhammad Deif was killed in the recent Israeli Air Force attack on Khan Yunis. Reports suggest that Hamas is attempting to conceal his fate. Within the Hamas movement, Muhammad Sinwar, brother of Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, is already being considered as the potential successor to Deif.

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Israel is at an important decision point in its war against the axis of resistance led by Iran.

The political echelon will soon have to decide where Israel is heading on the northern border, whether to continue containing the situation or to engage in a widespread war against Hezbollah, which refuses to withdraw its forces from the border.
A senior Israeli official stated, “If Hezbollah continues to attack Israel, the whole of southern Lebanon will look like Gaza, Beirut will not be immune.”

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Israel Allows the Biden Administration to Pursue a Political Settlement in Southern Lebanon

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) recommend that the political leadership conclude the military operation in Rafah promptly and refocus on the confrontation with Hezbollah on the northern border.
Israel is acting cautiously, intending to let the Biden administration exhaust all political avenues with Lebanon.
The administration is also keen on achieving a political settlement in southern Lebanon to avert a war that could significantly impact President Biden’s election campaign.

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Muhammad Sinwar: The Possible Successor to Muhammad Deif

Senior security officials in Israel are increasingly confident that Muhammad Deif was killed in the recent Israeli Air Force attack on Khan Yunis. Reports suggest that Hamas is attempting to conceal his fate. Within the Hamas movement, Muhammad Sinwar, brother of Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, is already being considered as the potential successor to Deif.

Read More >>

Israel is at an important decision point in its war against the axis of resistance led by Iran.

The political echelon will soon have to decide where Israel is heading on the northern border, whether to continue containing the situation or to engage in a widespread war against Hezbollah, which refuses to withdraw its forces from the border.
A senior Israeli official stated, “If Hezbollah continues to attack Israel, the whole of southern Lebanon will look like Gaza, Beirut will not be immune.”

Read More >>

Israel Allows the Biden Administration to Pursue a Political Settlement in Southern Lebanon

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) recommend that the political leadership conclude the military operation in Rafah promptly and refocus on the confrontation with Hezbollah on the northern border.
Israel is acting cautiously, intending to let the Biden administration exhaust all political avenues with Lebanon.
The administration is also keen on achieving a political settlement in southern Lebanon to avert a war that could significantly impact President Biden’s election campaign.

Read More >>