Biden administration denies holding intel on Hamas leaders' locations

Published date14 May 2024
Publication titleJerusalem Post, The: Web Edition Articles (Israel)
The initial report that the US attempted to leverage information came from four anonymous sources speaking to the Washington Post

According to the Post, the information offered by the US includes details regarding the whereabouts of Hamas leaders and the terror group's tunnels.

In addition, the proposition reportedly involved the supply of shelters for the Palestinians of the Strip and US aid in building delivery mechanisms to provide water, food, and medicine for Gazans.

"We're not holding anything back,'' a US representative insisted. "We believe [Hamas leader Yahya] Sinwar should and indeed must be held accountable for the horrors of the October 7 attack."

Promises of security, a firm alliance

National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby told reporters last week, "We have a long, long and solid relationship on the counterterrorism front with Israel, which includes intelligence-sharing and includes operational lessons learned and other means of...

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