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  • According to Yahya Sinwar’s friend, Esmat Mansour, the terrorist plot was ‘miscalculated’
  • The Hamas leader’s aims were to lift the ‘Israeli siege’ and to get his friend released from prison

Hamas‘ second-in-command is said to regret the October 7 massacre as he didn’t expect Israel‘s retaliation to be ‘so dangerous’, a friend has said.

Yahya Sinwar, who is believed to have orchestrated last year’s brutal terrorist attack on southern Israel, wouldn’t have done so if he knew what the consequences would be, according to Esmat Mansour.

Mansour told Sky News that his terrorist friend’s plan was miscalculated and gave Israel an excuse to unleash hellfire on Hamas’s Gaza stronghold.

Mansour said: ‘He didn’t expect the operation to make things this complicated and to go as far as it did and become this dangerous and (it) gave Israel all the reasons and excuses to break all the rules.’

Allegedly, Sinwar’s plan was to use the massacre to aid the release of his friend from prison and turn him into another Hamas leader as well as lifting the ‘Israeli siege’ on the area.

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar did not expect the consequences of October 7 to be ‘this dangerous’ and his calculations ‘have not gone as planned’ after underestimating Israel’s response, friend says

Yahya Sinwar is wanted dead or alive by the IDF

Mansour told Sky News that his terrorist friend’s plan was miscalculated and gave Israel an excuse to unleash hellfire.

Sinwar, the 61-year-old Hamas chief, is the leader of the terrorist organisation’s movement in Gaza. He is one down in line from the supreme leader, Ismail Haniyeh.

The high-ranking terrorist, who is fluent in Hebrew, spent two decades in prison before being released in 2011 in a hostage deal. 

Sinwar was one of 1,000 prisoners in Israeli prison to be released back to Palestine in exchange for just one Israleli solider – Gilad Shalit.

Shalit had been taken by Hamas in 2006 when he 19 and spent five year’s held captive.

He was the first hostage soldier to be sent back to Israel alive since 1985. 

According to the Financial Times, Israel says Sinwar is a ‘dead man walking’ – if they could find him.

The IDF have recently released a video which they claim shows the terrorist chief being led through a tunnel together with a woman and three children three days after the massacre.

The October 7 Israel massacre by Hamas at a music event saw 1,200 casualties

The October 7 Israel massacre by Hamas at a music event saw 1,200 casualties

The IDF recently released footage allegedly showing Sinwar escaping through the tunnels

The IDF recently released footage allegedly showing Sinwar escaping through the tunnels

Army spokesman Daniel Hagari said Israeli troops had uncovered the video in a security camera during an operation in a tunnel, without elaborating on the location.

‘The footage shows leader of Hamas and mass murderer, Yahya Sinwar, fleeing with his children and one of his wives,’ he told a briefing.

‘This is how he escaped with his family from an underground tunnel to a secured complex he had built in advance.

‘This video of Sinwar is the result of our hunt. This hunt will not stop until we have captured him dead or alive.’



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