(Worthy News) - Hamas's leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, on Monday threatened to turn Israeli cities into 'ghost towns' and warned the terror group has enough firepower to launch rockets into Tel Aviv 'for six months in a row.'
The remarks come just days after the latest cross-border flare-up between Israel and Palestinian factions in the coastal enclave, which saw at least 10 rockets being fired at Israeli communities near the Gaza border. A home in the southern city of Sderot sustained a direct hit. In response, the military said, a series of Israeli strikes targeted sites belonging to Hamas.
Speaking at a rally in Gaza, Sinwar appeared to be unfazed by the threats made by Israeli officials following the rocket barrage on Friday evening. "We have heard the threats Israeli leaders made towards us, but we will still make them curse the day they were born." [ Source: YNet News (Read More...) ]
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