Breaking: Israel Wipes Out Top Three Terrorist Leaders, and Here’s the Video

Breaking: Israel Wipes Out Top Three Terrorist Leaders, and Here’s the Video

For some strange reason, Israel keeps agreeing to ceasefire agreements with Hamas, only for Hamas to violate the ceasefire agreement just hours later each and every time. Israel threatened that if Hamas did it again, they would target their leaders — and then they carried through with that threat, killing three top Hamas leaders.


The Washington Free Beacon is reporting that the Israeli Air Force recently launched an airstrike that killed three top Hamas commanders.

Guided by information obtained by the Shin Bet [Israel Security Agency], an IAF aircraft fired missiles at a building in Rafah that housed Ra’ad Atar and Muhammad Abu Shamalah, killing them both, security forces said.

A third Hamas terrorist, Muhammed Barhoum, described by security sources as an abettor to the senior Hamas members, was also killed in the strike.

Since Hamas has decided to reengage the Israelis and renew their attacks, Israel is preparing to once again move into Gaza, this time to finish the job begun more than a month ago.

When Hamas tries to defend Gaza this time, they will be doing so with three less senior commanders.

Good on Israel for backing up their words with action, something that is completely foreign to our own president. At least there’s one country out there willing to act quickly and decisively against terrorism.

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