The head of Hamas' Politburo, Ismail Haniyeh, has been in Turkey for over 12 days now, and it's unclear how long his visit will last, given the uncertain situation facing Hamas leaders worldwide and the potential expulsion of the organization's leadership from Qatar. There is speculation in the Arab world about the reasons behind this extended visit.

The Saudi newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat has raised questions about the possibility of relocating Hamas headquarters from Doha to Ankara. However, Hamas leaders deny any plans to leave Qatar, and the Turkish government has stated that it does not intend to permanently host the Hamas leadership.

During his stay in Turkey, Haniyeh has been engaged in a series of meetings with Turkish politicians and officials. However, the duration of his visit and the unclear timeline for his return have led to various speculations.

It's worth noting that Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan previously stated that relocating Hamas leadership to Turkey in case of expulsion from Qatar is not currently being considered.

Additionally, a senior Jordanian source emphasized that Jordan would not accept Hamas leaders under any circumstances if they were forced to leave Qatar. This statement was in response to remarks made by Mousa Abu Marzook, a senior member of Hamas, who suggested that Hamas representatives would move to Jordan if they were expelled from Qatar.