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CIA Chief officer ready to share Intel of Hamas top leaders to mossad


To Halt Rafah Invasion, CIA Chief Offers Israel Intel On Hamas Leader
The United States has been pushing the Israeli leadership against a full-scale ground invasion in Rafah.


The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Chief, William Burns, has reportedly offered intelligence on Hamas military leader Yahya Sinwar to the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad. This offer comes amidst the United States urging Israeli leaders to refrain from a full-scale ground invasion in the Rafah region.


Yahya Sinwar, a key figure targeted by Israel since the conflict began on October 7, is believed to be hiding within Hamas's tunnel network between Khan Younis and Rafah. The U.S. is advocating against a ground invasion in Rafah due to its dense civilian population, which includes around 1.3 million people, including women and children.



William Burns, known for his extensive connections in the Middle East, has proposed providing valuable intelligence on Sinwar's movements to Israeli leaders. Israel's Defense Minister, Yoav Gallant, has previously emphasized the determination to capture Sinwar.


Israel's Defense Minister, Yoav Gallant has publicly stated that they would secure Yahya Sinwar at any cost.

The CIA chief, according to sources, is also in direct talks with Mossad and Shin Bet chiefs, David Barnea and Ronen Bar respectively, regarding this offer.

Burns had previously played a role in facilitating the release of Israeli hostages by Hamas during a ceasefire in November 2023.



However, the response of the Israeli war cabinet to this offer remains uncertain as the Israel Defense Forces have already initiated operations in Rafah.

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