So, this week, Khaled Meshaal is returning to Gaza to help Hamas mark their 25th anniversary.
And I say that the IDF should take this opportunity to really welcome Khaled Meshaal to the land where he has developed the most ruthless terrorists in the world - yes, I think a well placed car bomb or a laser guided JDAM or a spot on hellfire would be the perfect way to commemorate Meshaal's return to Gaza.
Take this piece of shit out and then weather the little storm of world outrage - it will subside in 2 weeks but we'll all be smiling from ear to ear.
The story comes from The Telegraph.
Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal to make first visit to Gaza
The two-day visit by Mr Meshaal, who has been in exile for 45 years, comes in the wake of last month's air offensive by Israel against Hamas and other armed Islamist factions to stop them firing rockets from the enclave at southern Israeli towns.
Gaza has become Hamas' stronghold since it evicted the rival Palestinian Fatah movement by force in 2007, with Ismail Haniyeh as its prime minister in the narrow coastal territory blockaded by Israel in coordination with southern neighbour Egypt.
Mr Meshaal ran the group from exile in Damascus from 2004 until January this year when he quit the Syrian capital because of President Bashar al-Assad's bloody war with fellow-Sunni Muslim rebels. He now divides his time between Doha and Cairo.
It was unclear whether Mr Meshaal's visit would mark the conclusion of a secretive Hamas internal leadership election that has been going on for the past six months.
He had declared that he wanted to leave the post, but he may bow to those among the movement's top ranks and its allies who believe he ought to remain in command.
The eight-day battle between Israeli warplanes and Palestinian rockets ended on November 21 in a ceasefire, brokered by Egypt. Mr Meshaal called it a victory over the Jewish state. Around 170 Palestinians were killed, mostly civilians, and six Israelis including two soldiers lost their lives.
Hamas sources said the visit by Mr Meshaal, 56, was coordinated with Cairo officials.
Mr Meshaal can expect a hero's welcome. Members of the movement's armed wing will guard his convoy on the 20-mile route from Rafah on the Egyptian border north to Gaza City.
He has scheduled a stop at the house of the group's founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, whom Israel assassinated in 2004, then visit the mourning house of Ahmed al-Jaabari, the Hamas chief of staff whom Israel killed on Nov. 14, triggering the fighting.
Mr Meshaal was expelled from Jordan in 1999, and moved to Qatar and then to Damascus in 2001. He survived a Mossad assassination attempt in Amman in 1997, when Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was last in power.