Gaza Ceasefire; Hamas Chief Yahya Sinwar On Civilian Death Toll | Hamas chief Sinwar said- death of Palestinians is necessary for us: said- this will liberate the country, we benefit more from bombing than ceasefire in Gaza

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The picture is of Yahya Sinwar, who is believed to have been radicalised after spending 22 years in an Israeli prison. - Dainik Bhaskar

The picture is of Yahya Sinwar, who is believed to have been radicalised by his 22 years in an Israeli prison.

Hamas chief Yahya Sinwar has said that the death of Gaza civilians in the war is necessary for the freedom of Palestine. According to a report in the American newspaper Wall Street Journal, Sinwar has told Hamas fighters and officials in contact with ceasefire brokers that he does not want this war to stop.

Sinwar believes that the more civilians die in the war, the more Hamas will benefit. According to the report, on the death of Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh's three sons and four grandsons in an airstrike, Sinwar had said, “This sacrifice of the people will give Palestine a new life. This will lead the country towards development and respect.”

In the picture, Hamas chief Yahya Sinwar with the organization's political leader Ismail Haniyeh.

In the picture, Hamas chief Yahya Sinwar with the organization's political leader Ismail Haniyeh.

Sinwar said- Hamas is capable of fighting the war, discussion of ceasefire is shameful
In messages sent by Sinwar to his comrades after the war began, he has said that bombing Gaza is positive for their cause. They will not get the same benefit from a ceasefire as they would from Israel's attacks on Gaza. As long as Hamas fighters are capable of fighting the war and Hamas has not lost this battle, it is shameful to hold meetings related to ceasefire.

According to the report, Sinwar told Arab mediators last week that Hamas would not back down from its demand for a permanent ceasefire at any cost. Also, it would never agree to the proposal of surrendering weapons.

Sinwar compared the death of Palestinians to Algeria's war of independence
In fact, for some time now, Hamas has been accused of deliberately harming its people during the 8 months of war. Now these statements of Yahya Sinwar have strengthened such allegations. According to a message from Sinwar, while talking to the Gaza leadership, Sinwar compared the deaths of Palestinians to Algeria's war of independence.

Sinwar had said that this is a necessary sacrifice for the country. More than 15 lakh Algerian citizens died in the Algerian war of independence that lasted from 1954-1962. According to French figures, about 4 lakh people from both sides lost their lives.

More than 37 thousand Palestinians have died so far in Israeli attacks on Gaza.

More than 37 thousand Palestinians have died so far in Israeli attacks on Gaza.

'Hamas is shielding the Palestinians, 15 thousand fighters have died so far'
Amid the increasing attacks on Gaza, Israel has been facing constant criticism from the international community. Israel has been accused of not taking enough steps to protect the lives of civilians in Gaza amid attacks on Hamas. Also, humanitarian aid is not being allowed to reach Gaza.

On the other hand, Israel has consistently denied these allegations. Israel has accused Hamas of deliberately using Palestinians as shields, due to which the number of civilian deaths is increasing. According to the Times of Israel, Israel has claimed that it has killed 16 thousand Hamas boys in the last 8 months.

More than 8 months have passed since the war between Israel and Hamas began on 7 October last year. Meanwhile, more than 37 thousand Palestinians have died in Gaza. On 7 October, 1139 Israelis lost their lives in the Hamas attack.

Yahya Sinwar emerged from Gaza camps to become the leader of Hamas
Yahya Sinwar is the leader of Hamas' political wing in Gaza. He is one of Israel's most wanted people. Yahya Sinwar is considered the second leader of Hamas after Ismail Haniyeh. 61-year-old Yahya Sinwar is also known as Abu Ibrahim. He was born in the refugee camp of Khan Younis located in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Yahya's parents were from Ashkelon, but when Israel was established in 1948 and thousands of Palestinians were expelled from their ancestral homes, Yahya's parents also became refugees. Palestinians call it 'al-Nakba', the day of destruction.

According to BBC, Yahya Sinwar was first arrested by Israel in 1982. He was 19 years old at that time. Yahya was accused of being involved in 'Islamic activities'. He was arrested again in 1985.

Around this time, Yahya won the trust of Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. Two years after Hamas was founded in 1987, Yahya founded its notoriously dangerous internal security organization, al-Majd. Sinwar was 25 years old at the time.

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