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Israel has taken a big risk with its Hamas assassination in Lebanon

3 January 2024

6:33 AM

3 January 2024

6:33 AM

Israel today killed top Hamas leader Saleh al-Arouri, in the most significant assassination since the war against Hamas started almost three months ago. His killing in Lebanon is not only an operational success, but will boost Israeli morale.

The fight against Hamas since 7 October has been fierce and difficult. Despite successes in uncovering and destroying many of the group’s tunnels in Gaza and killing thousands of terrorists, the challenges remain significant and the casualty count is high.

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