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Report: Three of Ismail Haniyeh's sons killed in IDF strike

According to Palestinian reports, three of Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh's sons and three of his grandsons were killed in an IDF strike in the Shati refugee camp in west Gaza City.

Ismail Haniyeh's sons. (Uncredited.)

Palestinian sources report that the sons of Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh – Hazem, Amir, and Mohammad – were killed in an IDF strike a short time ago (Wednesday) in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza.

According to the report, three grandchildren of Haniyeh – Amal, Khaled, and Rouzan.

Haniyeh’s oldest son, Abd-al Salam, was reportedly not in Gaza during the strike.

Another granddaughter of Haniyeh’s was killed in an IDF strike in the Strip on November 10, and another grandson on November 21.

Haniyeh is head of Hamas’ political office, serving as Hamas’ Prime Minister in the Gaza Strip after the coup in Gaza overthrowing the rule of the Palestinian Authority, while Yahya Sinwar serves as head of Hamas’ military wing.

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