Wanted posters offering £25,000 reward for ‘Gaza’s bin Laden’ Sinwar appear urging Palestinians to hand him over to IDF

Wanted posters offering £25,000 reward for ‘Gaza’s bin Laden’ Sinwar appear urging Palestinians to hand him over to IDF

POSTERS shared online are offering a £25,000 reward to Palestinians in Gaza who turn in Hamas ringleader Yahya Sinwar.

The wanted posters, which also offer protection for those who deliver “the head of the snake Sinwar“, are not official IDF material.

@JoeTruzman / XPosters shared online are offering Gazan’s a £25,000 reward for turning in Hamas leader Sinwar’s head[/caption]

Israel’s number one target is terror chief Sinwar, but the posters were not made by the IDF

GettyFighting has intensified in the Gaza Strip as Hamas is outnumbered and militants are surrendering[/caption]

It comes after Hamas threatened to carry out a “worse and greater” terror attack on Israel even after the horrors of October 7.

Ruthless leader Sinwar, 61, was dubbed “Gaza’s Bin Laden”, for his horrific role in the kidnapping and killing of thousands and is a top target for Israeli forces.

A picture of one of the posters was shared on X/Twitter with the caption: “To the residents in Gaza: Bring the head of the snake Yahya Sinwar to an Israeli soldier and receive a compensation of 100k shekels, including protection for your family.

“It is noteworthy to mention this is not an IDF poster.”

Another read: “We heard that there are some Gazans looking for a living and that the value of the shekel in the Gaza Strip has increased.

“So our offer for work in Gaza close to home (for those who remain): 100 thousand NIS for Sinwar’s head.

“The head must be handed over to the nearest IDF soldier. Successfully!”

It appears to have been shared by an organisation called Torat Lihima, who describe themselves as trying to “keep the IDF as a victorious Jewish army”.

Formed in 2018, it is apparently made up of “a ‘combat theory’ team consisting of people with military, religious and public experience – in order to strengthen Jewish identity, and the spirit and values ​​of combat”.

It aims to “strengthen the worldview, Jewish morality and fighting spirit – for the betterment of Israel’s security”.

Following a temporary pause in fighting where hostages were released, combat has resumed in the Gaza strip and the war-torn enclave continues to be pummelled.

Hamas fighters appear to be outnumbered and overwhelmed by the IDF and Israel has claimed many of them have surrendered.

Street fighting in new areas of the territory, such as the city of Khan Younis, south of Gaza, has also begun and people are being told to evacuate.

Palestinian civilians, who have been left fleeing for their lives amid the fighting between Israel and Hamas, are blaming Sinwar.

One Gazan civilian, who did not want to be named, told Sky News: “We are tired, it’s enough, I don’t have any breath left in me.

“What resolution? Just give up and surrender.

“This is the act of idiots! He caused the death of his own people – Sinwar has killed his own people!”

Even a former Hamas official has dubbed him a “madman” who “destroyed the Gaza Strip”.

Yousef al-Mansi, ex communications minister for the terror organisation, surrendered to Israel and blasted Sinwar and the group’s leaders.

He said they orchestrated the October 7 terror attack, throwing the country into conflict with the Palestinian territory, according to the Times of Israel.

“A madman threw a big stone,” al-Mansi said to Israel’s Shin Bet interrogators.

He added: “This is a group of madmen that Sinwar leads. They destroyed the Gaza Strip. Set it back 200 years.”

Israeli PM Netanyahu claimed Hamas terrorists have been surrendering to IDF forces in Gaza.

And videos circulating online appear to show dozens of stripped and even bound men surrendering weapons.

More than 17,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, have been killed so far – Gaza’s Hamas-controlled Health Ministry claims.

Israel disputes these figures – and US President Joe Biden previously said he had “no confidence” in them.

But Benjamin Netanyahu admitted Israel has “not been successful” in reducing civilian casualties.

He said the deaths must be blamed on Hamas – not Israel.

And as the horror continues there have been growing calls for a humanitarian ceasefire to stop the bloodshed.

IDF troops targeting Sinwar and his henchmen in Khan Younis in southern Gaza

Palestinian civilians are blaming Sinwar for the suffering in GazaRex

APIt comes as videos have circulated online of what appears to be Hamas terrorists being rounded up by Israeli forces[/caption]

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