Top Terrorist Killed


( – A recent Biden administration report, now confirmed by multiple sources, indicates that Israel killed a top Hamas official in the current hostilities with the terrorist organization.

National Security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters about Israel’s strategic elimination of high-ranking Hamas operatives and highlighted the downfall of Marwan Issa, an essential figure within Hamas’s military arm and the mind behind the October 7th terror incidents in southern Israel.

Sullivan stated, “Israel has made significant progress against Hamas. They’ve broken a significant number of Hamas battalions and killed thousands of Hamas fighters, including senior commanders.”

He continued, “[H]amas’s number three, Marwan Issa, was killed in an Israeli operation last week. The rest of the top leaders are in hiding, likely deep in the Hamas tunnel network, and justice will come for them too.”

In a candid exchange, Sullivan unveiled the humanitarian issues on Biden’s agenda during discussions with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. They deliberated on Israel’s impending large-scale offensive in Rafah, a strategic locale abutting Egypt in Gaza’s southeastern frontier.

“The president told the prime minister again today that we share the goal of defeating Hamas. But we just believe you need a coherent and sustainable strategy to make that happen,” Sullivan opined, as he urged Israel to prioritize the “stabilization” of Gaza’s conflict zones to hinder Hamas’s resurgence.

The White House voiced concern for the civilians who have arrived in Rafah from Gaza’s various territories. Sullivan criticized Israel’s lack of a civilian or humanitarian strategy post-military engagement.

“Our position is that Hamas should not be allowed a safe haven in Rafah or anywhere else. But a major ground operation there would be a mistake. It would lead to more innocent civilian deaths, worsen the already dire humanitarian crisis, deepen the anarchy in Gaza, and further isolate Israel internationally,” Sullivan said.

Following Biden and Netanyahu’s dialogue, Netanyahu consented to dispatch a delegation to Washington, D.C., which included military, intelligence, and humanitarian experts to address U.S. apprehensions regarding Rafah’s invasion.

They also talked about ongoing negotiations for a temporary ceasefire in exchange for the release of hostages in Hamas’s hands.

Amidst the turmoil, left-wing proponents of Palestine and Democratic Party figureheads have castigated Israel’s military actions. Notably, the Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has championed the call for new elections in Israel to supplant Netanyahu, underscoring the democratic code even in times of war.

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