Reports suggest that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is considering a strategy reminiscent of "Operation Wrath of God" to target enemies across countries once the Gaza campaign concludes. Netanyahu has allegedly tasked the Mossad with devising a plan to eliminate high-value targets in Turkey, Lebanon, and Qatar, where a Hamas office is located. Qatar's hosting of Hamas's political office was reportedly coordinated with the United States in 2012.
Former Mossad Director Efraim Halevy has expressed concerns about the potential repercussions of such global operations, cautioning that it might lead to unintended consequences and further destabilize the region. Halevy emphasized that pursuing Hamas worldwide might be driven more by a desire for revenge than a strategic goal, as eliminating leaders globally does not necessarily eliminate threats to Israel.
The individuals mentioned in Mossad's purported kill list include Ismail Haniyeh, Mohammed Deif, Yahya Sinwar, and Khaled Mashal. However, Halevy's reservations highlight the complexities and potential risks associated with implementing such a strategy on an international scale.