IDF Chief: Hamas Rule Beginning to Collapse Amid Mass-Surrender by Gaza Terrorists

by Vijeta Uniyal by

With terrorist fighters surrendering in large numbers for the second day in a row, the Israeli military believes that the Hamas’s rule is beginning to collapse in terror-infested Gaza.


According to IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi, Hamas is losing its grip on power after ruling the Palestinian enclave with an iron fist for more than 16 years.

The Times of Israel reported IDF Chief of Staff’s remarks on Sunday:

Hamas operatives have increasingly been surrendering to the IDF in other areas of Gaza amid the ongoing fighting, according to military officials.

“I see the achievements every day. We are seeing every day more and more terror operatives killed, more and more terror operatives wounded, and in recent days we’re seeing terrorists surrendering — a sign of the disintegration of the system, a sign that we need to push harder,” said at a Hanukkah candle lighting in the south with Nahal Brigade troops.