It looks like Israel is about to do what they should’ve done years ago: Take out Hamas for good.1
Israeli Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu just gave a internationally-televised speech discussing what’s next for Israel in this conflict, and afterwards.
He said that one thing is clear: There won’t be any more cease-fires. And given that Hamas has violated each one almost immediately, no one can blame Israel for this move.
Netanyahu said that Israel won’t stop fighting until all Hamas terror tunnels are completely destroyed, no matter how long it takes.
He also called on the world to stand and support Israel against Hamas, saying, “Will you stand with Israel? Or will you just stand idle in the face of these murderousterrorist organizations?”
He took note of the fact that Hamas’s number one enemy today is Israel, but theultimate goal is worldwide jihad. Today Hamas attacks Israel… but tomorrow it could very well be America.1
Not to neglect the innocent deaths that have been caused during this conflict, he expressed deep remorse for all Palestinian civilian casualties1. But he also reminded the world that Israel has no option than to defend itself, and can’t be deterred from destroying Hamas.
In a stunning move that could only be made by a state that is truly moral, that after the tunnels are destroyed and Hamas’s capabilities are taken out, Israel will help rebuild Gaza.
This is exactly why we should support Israel. Not only are they a peaceful people who are going out of their way to avoid civilian casualties while acting in self-defense, but they’re not acting like victors over a conquered territory. Instead, they’re hoping to rebuild the lives of Gazans… without the radical Islamists trying to destroy Israel and the West.
Posted on the Conservative Tribune
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