Following the assassination of Hezbollah commander, Samir Kuntar, by Israeli airstrike on this December, an Israeli newspaper disclosed that the regime has a long-term plan for killing of resistance leaders.
The disclosure came to light after Israeli regime made an official announcement and accepted responsibility of the attack.
Israel’s daily ‘Yedioth Ahronoth’ released a list of seven resistance leaders with their photos on Sunday and said “three out of these seven people were assassinated and four other are still in terror list.”
Martyr Imad Mughniyeh; martyr Jihad Mughniyeh, senior Hezbollah leader; martyr Samir Kuntar; martyr Mustafa Moghniyeh, son of Imad Mughniyeh; Haj Qasim Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Quds Force; Mostafa Badruddin, who was introduced as Imad Mughniyeh’s successor by Western intelligence services; Muhammad Deif, commander of Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades were among the Israeli terror list.
“Terror plan of resistance leaders has begun in the year 2008 with the assassination of top Hezbollah commander, Imad Moghniyeh, in Damascus. After that his son Jihad Moghniyeh was killed in Quneitra on January 18th of this year, and today also Samir Kuntar was killed in a planned attack,” Yedioth Ahronoth reported.
Yedioth daily also described Mustafa Badruddin as one of the most prominent Hezbollah commander of the list and also called Qasim Soleimani as a major threat to Israel.