During tonight’s press conference, Prime Minister  Benjamin Netanyahu revealed that he has instructed the  Mossad to act against Hamas leaders wherever they are located.

This statement came after mentioning a report suggesting that Ismail Haniyeh and  Khaled Mashaal hope to continue ruling Gaza after the war.

In response to a question about whether the truce applies to targeting Hamas leaders,  Netanyahu  clarified that “there is no such obligation.”

Defense Minister  Yoav Gallant added that all Hamas leaders are “the living dead” and that their destiny is to die. He emphasized that the fight against  Hamas is global, from the fighters in the field to those who enjoy luxuries, while his emissaries act against women and children.

Netanyahu also commented on the stance of  Itamar Ben Gvir and his  Otzma Yehudit colleagues, who voted against the hostage deal, saying that each minister must take collective responsibility once a decision is made.

Gallant expressed hope that Israelis living more than four kilometers from Gaza’s northern border will be able to return to their homes by the end of December, if not sooner, as the danger in that area is decreasing thanks to UN operations. IDF.

Faced with questions about the missile attacks from Yemen, Netanyahu assured that Israel is preparing to respond to all threats.

Concerning freed Palestinian prisoners returning to terrorism, Netanyahu said Israel will pursue them again if necessary. However, he highlighted the difficulty of the decision related to the hostage deal, arguing the importance of bringing home dozens of children, mothers and women despite the release of Palestinian security prisoners. “ The knife is now at the throats of children and women, so we made a decision,”  Netanyahu concluded.