Sinwar in handcuffs? The photo that has the web abuzz

A day after Defense Minister Gallant revealed that Hamas is looking for a replacement for its leader, the web is abuzz after a picture was published pertaining to show the arrest of someone closely resembling Sinwar.

Yesterday (Sunday), in a statement issued by Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, it was reported that Hamas is looking to replace its long-time leader in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar. Today, an image published online and circulating on social media has sparked the curiosity of surfers as an Arab terrorist was detained closely resembling the Hamas leader.

In his speech yesterday, Gallant claimed that Hamas was looking for a replacement for Sinwar. "There is a tender for who is in charge of the group, but the Gaza station of Hamas does is not answer," said the Defense Minister at the time.

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