Israel puts a $400,000 reward to anyone provide information about Yahya al Sinwar


The Israeli army dropped leaflets on the cities of Gaza and Khan Yunis offering huge financial rewards to anyone who provides information about the location of Hamas leader Yahya al Sinwar.

Photos of the posts spread on social media and included a list of Hamas leaders whom Israel seeks to reach.

The value of the financial award offered varied according to each leader, with Sinwar topping it at $400,000, then $300,000 for whoever provides information about his brother Muhammad al Sinwar, and $200,000 for information about Rafi Salama, who is the commander of the Khan Yunis Battalion in the al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas.

As for the Chief of Staff of al Qassam Brigades, Muhammad al Deif, an amount of $100,000 was offered to anyone who provides information about him.

Israel pledged to pursue everyone named on the new list throughout the world with the aim of achieving justice after what happened on October 7 and the killing of more than 1,200 people, most of them civilians, according to the Israeli authorities.

In a special meeting, the head of the Israeli internal intelligence service, Shin Bet, pledged to pursue the movement’s leaders wherever they are located, including Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon, Türkiye, Qatar, and others.

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