Citing its Hamas source, Kan-11 television reported that the elimination of Salah al-Arouri in Beirut has instilled fear among high-ranking militants in the terrorist group.

As per the source, some leaders from Hamas's military wing, who were frequently in Beirut, have left Lebanon. The report states that some of them relocated to Syria, while others chose Turkey.

Elior Levy, the channel's correspondent, highlighted Razi Hamed as an example. Hamed, a member of the Hamas leadership, assumed the role of Hamas spokesman after the October 7 incident.

Following the liquidation of Salah al-Arouri, he reportedly moved from Beirut to Cairo and, according to the source, has no immediate plans to return to Lebanon.