HaniyehFlash 90

Ismail Haniyeh, the head of the Hamas political bureau, arrived at a hospital in Doha, Qatar to tell his wife Amal about the killing of three of their sons and three of their grandchildren in an Israeli airstrike.

He told his wife about the attack only yesterday, a day after the attack, after which the two posed for a picture with both smiling and making a "V" sign for "victory."

Haniyeh told the Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Mayadeen network that the Israeli media "said they killed my children and grandchildren to pressure Hamas to change its position in the negotiations - this will not happen."

He emphasized: "We are sticking to the demand to declare a permanent ceasefire, a complete withdrawal and the return of the displaced to their homes without restrictions. Without these conditions, we will not enter into any deal."

Haniyeh added that "Israel is the spoiled child of the West, it is no longer what it used to be and its image has collapsed. What is happening in diplomacy indicates its unprecedented isolation."

One of Hamas Haniyeh's sons who was eliminated in the airstrike Wednesday in the Shati Refugee Camp in Gaza was involved in holding Israeli hostages.

The three operatives that were struck are Amir Haniyeh, a cell commander in the Hamas military wing, Mohammad Haniyeh, a military operative in the Hamas terrorist organization, and Hazem Haniyeh, also a military operative in the Hamas terror organization.