Hamas interior minister, security chief said killed

Ed Lasky
Justice delayed but not denied. For those columnists and commentators who have been calling for a truce and said that violence solves nothing: Well it has. These are the leaders of a terror group that have inflicted harm not just on Israelis (and Americans harmed by terror strikes) but upon their own people.

Amos Harel reports in Haaretz

Palestinian sources said Thursday that an Israel Air Force strike in Gaza City has killed two of Hamas' most senior officials, including the group's Interior Minister Said Siam and the head of its security apparatus, Salah Abu Shreh.

The IAF strike was on the house of Siam's brother, who was also killed. Palestinian medical officials confirmed the house was attacked, but there was no word from Hamas on Siam's fate.

Justice delayed but not denied. For those columnists and commentators who have been calling for a truce and said that violence solves nothing: Well it has. These are the leaders of a terror group that have inflicted harm not just on Israelis (and Americans harmed by terror strikes) but upon their own people.

Amos Harel reports in Haaretz

Palestinian sources said Thursday that an Israel Air Force strike in Gaza City has killed two of Hamas' most senior officials, including the group's Interior Minister Said Siam and the head of its security apparatus, Salah Abu Shreh.

The IAF strike was on the house of Siam's brother, who was also killed. Palestinian medical officials confirmed the house was attacked, but there was no word from Hamas on Siam's fate.