The nation of Israel has now officially given orders for a “complete siege” of Gaza after a volley of brutal, gruesome, and absolutely cruel terrorist attacks were launched on the country by radical group Hamas, leading to a total of 1,200 casualties thus far. The order was given on Monday by Israeli Minister of Defense Yoav Gallant, according to a report issued by CNN.
“We are fighting barbarians and will respond accordingly,” Gallant went on to say while on camera during a speech, where he announced the Israeli Defense Force “Operation Swords of Iron” operation.
That, ladies and gentlemen, is how a real man speaks to a group of people when they are suffering attacks by a group of pathetic miscreants who have been murdering women and children, raping people, and taking them hostage. Gallant has a steel backbone. Trump spoke tough like that to our enemies and rivals. Which is why he commanded their respect, while they all laugh at how pathetic and weak Biden is. It’s why we need the former president or someone very much like him, in the White House, especially with how volatile the global situation is right now.
“No electricity, food, fuel or water will be delivered to the enclave, which is surrounded on three sides by Israel and Egypt,” he added.
Newsmax is reporting, “The report comes as Hamas claimed that 163 Israelis have been abducted and taken to Gaza, and Israel has identified a leader of the Hamas campaign.”
“Yahya Sinwar is the commander of the campaign, and he is a dead man,” IDF Spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said to reporters during a press briefing, JNS (Jewish News Syndicate) stated on Monday.
Check out further details on the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas from Fox News:
In response to Israel’s bombardment, the spokesman of Hamas’ armed wing, Abu Obeida, said in an audio released Monday night that the group will kill one Israeli civilian captive any time Israel targets civilians in their homes in Gaza “without prior warning.” Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen warned Hamas against harming any of the hostages, saying, “This war crime will not be forgiven.”
A major question remains whether Israel will launch a ground assault into the tiny Mediterranean coastal territory, a move that in the past has brought even greater casualties.
Israel and Hamas have had repeated conflicts in past years, often sparked by tensions around a Jerusalem holy site. This time, the context has become potentially more explosive, and both sides talk of shattering with violence a years-long Israeli-Palestinian deadlock left by the moribund peace process.
“I ask you to stand firm because we are going to change the Middle East,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated during an address delivered to authorities from the south Monday. “I know you have been through terrible and difficult things. What Hamas will go through will be difficult and terrible … we have only just begun.”
Israel is our greatest ally in the Middle East region, which is why it is critical we support them at this time as they face off against the same enemies that not only want to wipe them out of existence, but us as well. Iran has been supplying Hamas with everything they need for these attacks on Israel, all the while they chant “Death to America.”
We need all the friends we can get over there.
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