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IDF Kills Hamas Head of Intelligence Directorate Who Helped Plan Oct. 7 Massacre

IDF Kills Hamas Head of Intelligence Directorate Who Helped Plan Oct. 7 Massacre

The strike killed Shadi Barud.

An IDF strike killed Shadi Barud, Hamas’s deputy head of intelligence directorate.

The IDF said Barud helped plan and orchestrate the October 7 massacre, leaving 1,200 Israelis murdered and 200 people kidnapped.


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Good riddance, Shadi.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Paddy M. | October 26, 2023 at 4:46 pm

    This probably means his family will collect a bonus, it would be best if they do not have a chance to spend it. This should be a standing policy.

    Also, the juvenile 72 virgin thing should attacked, since it appears that drives some of their attitude.

Good, now do their whole Intelligence department. And then every other department.

    MattMusson in reply to Concise. | October 26, 2023 at 2:06 pm

    “Good news. You are getting a promotion. Bad news is you are now number 1 on the list.”

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Concise. | October 26, 2023 at 4:49 pm

    A big part of their problem is low intelligence.

    diver64 in reply to Concise. | October 26, 2023 at 4:56 pm

    Oh, I think those baby murdering cowards hiding behind children know it. That’s why their begging the UN and Brandon for a ceasefire. Unfortunately, Bibi is a serious man unlike Brandon and will make good on his promise of eradicating the vermin. Hiding out in a 5star over in Qatar? At least you will die on luxury

God forgive me but i hope his demise was very, very painful.

They aren’t playin’. They took down half a city block to get one guy.

The moral of this story is: Don’t shoot rockets at people who are better at shooting rockets than you are.

Israel gets rid of him. He get 50 virgins.

Win win.

Hamas Intelligence head is more of an oxymoron than even normal government intelligence agencies.


Sorry. Had to get that out of my system,

Cornell professor Russell Rickford was greatly exhilarated when Hamas murdered a bunch on innocent Jew. But now that a Hamas leader is dead, he is no doubt deeply depressed and in need of mental health care.

I do hope they did get him, now get the next in command

Good news. Rinse and repeat.

In a few years, Steven Spielberg and Tony Kushner can produce a sequel to their despicable piece of anti-Israel venom and propaganda, “Munich,” in which the IDF’s and Mossad’s pursuit of the genocidal and sadistic Hamas brownshirts and thugs will predictably be cast as an allegedly morally illegitimate act by Jews who possess the temerity to seek retribution and justice for crimes visited against their people.

    DaveGinOly in reply to guyjones. | October 26, 2023 at 5:28 pm

    You got that from “Munich”? I certainly didn’t. I got that even righteous revenge can require morally questionable acts, and can take a toll on those conducting the operation. I didn’t think it was condemning Israel’s acts, but rather showing that even justifiable acts don’t come without their own costs. I’d say that’s a fair presentation of the real world.

      guyjones in reply to DaveGinOly. | October 26, 2023 at 6:04 pm

      I respect your view about the film, but, I came away with a decidedly different message.

      The entire film in my view is unmistakably an exercise in contriving alleged moral ambiguity and by implication, illegitimacy, around undeniably morally righteous acts by Mossad.

      The tone and tenor of the film can’t be missed. This is not a film that unequivocally celebrates what Mossad did, which was an act of righteous retribution and justice that is worth praising and celebrating, even if some mistakes were made in the execution.

      As a point of comparison, I’d direct you to “The Debt,” starring Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain and Sam Worthington, which, although not directly based on real events, at least had the good sense to not undermine the undeniably heroic nature of the Mossad agents’ deeds with a muddled moral fog.

      It’s also interesting to me that Spielberg has never produced or directed a film that has unambiguously celebrated Israel, or, painted Israel in a positive light. He can cover the Holocaust and World War II, so, why not Israel? He has the clout to do it, and, there’s no shortage of amazing stories that could be told, so, what’s his hold-up?

Well I certainly hope it’s true, pics or it didn’t happen

Hamas must be removed with EXTREME PREJUDICE.

Alexander Scipio | October 26, 2023 at 3:32 pm

I would have preferred that he’d been picked up and brought to the garage where Luca Brasi was waiting for the bastard….

Slight delay between the initial blast and the flames/concussion coming out the upper side of the photo (in the video). Secondary explosion, double-tap, or just taking out the internal walls?

    Looked like secondaries to me. They caught an arms cache at the edge of the blast, maybe.

      DaveGinOly in reply to GWB. | October 26, 2023 at 5:29 pm

      Or a delayed fuse, allowing the impacting projectile to burrow into the earth and through a hardened command structure located below the building, rather than in it.

Good riddance. Unfortunately there are plenty more where he came from.

My only regret is that when the IDF kills another Terrorist they won’t stuff a pork chop in his mouth. That would be a hell of a “we were here” calling card.

It’s the econ er… islam, stupid

Bomp, bomp, bomp…Another one bites the dust…bomp, bomp, bomp.