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Israel at War

Israel at War

Let's just toss our wonderful President Joe Biden another . . . what?  I could say grenade, but I'm sure the SS would be on me in a minute.  Hamas has actually performed one of their most horrific attacks on Israel yet.

I could write a novel about the restoration of the nation of Israel in the twentieth century as I have researched it extensively.  Long story short, I think our Democratic party in the United States have learned a lot from the way the so called 'Palestinians' have waged their 'war'.  Who, by the way, learned from Hitler.  Anyways, look it up yourself.  Or don't.  Mostly propaganda.

Oh, yeah.  Not to mention that just a couple days before, our venerated (vomited) President made a $6B deal with Iran, who of course is a huge financial supporter of Hamas and Hezbollah.

I know this article is about a week late, so let's just go ahead and run down some of the stuff.

"Our closest ally in the Middle East, Israel, fell under attack in a highly planned, highly tactical assault where thousands of rockets were fired into major urban areas in the Jewish state while terrorists simultaneously flooded the streets and killed civilians and soldiers alike.

"Israel now finds itself in a war against inhuman actions and guerilla war crimes that have not been seen on this level in decades, with many fearing it's only going to get worse."

The Horrific Attacks in Israel Are Brought to You by the Biden Administration

"People gathered outside the United Nations in support of Israel on Sunday, while other groups supporting Palestinians gathered in Times Square — a gathering denounced by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) and New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D).

“At a moment when innocent people are being slaughtered and children kidnapped in Israel, it is disgusting that this group of extremists would show support for terrorism. I reject this. New York City rejects this. Do not use our streets to spread your hate,” Adams posted on X, the platform previously known as Twitter."

Israeli, Palestinian supporters rally across US

Of course, the UN always not on the side of Israel:

"The commission also said on Tuesday, “Reports that armed groups from Gaza have gunned down hundreds of unarmed civilians are abhorrent and cannot be tolerated. Taking civilian hostages and using civilians as human shields are war crimes.” It is estimated that Hamas has taken over 100 Israeli citizens hostage in direct violation of international law. Commenting on this, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk stated, “International humanitarian law is clear: the obligation to take constant care to spare the civilian population and civilian objects remains applicable throughout the attacks.” "

UN commission finds ‘evidence of war crimes committed by all sides’ in Israel-Gaza war

"In our post this morning, we predicted that following the atrocities committed by Hamas terrorists across southern Israel this weekend, the government, which has kept a relatively tight hold on gun ownership by Israeli citizens, would relax that policy. Huddling in safe rooms, waiting for hours for help from police and the military while murderous Palestinians go house to house cutting down men, women, and children tends to drive home the benefits of an armed populace."

Horse, Barn Door – Israel’s Minister of National Security Announces Relaxed Rules for Civilian Gun Ownership

  • The European Commission has suspended development aid to Palestinians worth 691 million euros due to Hamas' attack on Israel.
  • Germany and Austria are also reviewing and suspending aid to Palestinians in response to the attack, ensuring funds don't go to the wrong hands.
  • EU ministers are meeting to discuss the situation and determine further actions.

EU suspends all aid payments to Palestinians

"But its stunning incursion into Israel over the weekend marks its deadliest gambit yet, and the already unprecedented response from Israel threatens to bring an end to Hamas’ 16-year rule over the Gaza Strip.

"Israel’s retaliation for the Hamas assault, in which more than 1200 people were killed in Israel and dozens dragged into Gaza as hostages, will likely bring a far greater magnitude of death and destruction to Gaza, where 2.3 million Palestinians have nowhere to flee and where 1100 have already been killed."

Hamas Israel war: What was Hamas thinking? For over three decades, it has had the same brutal idea of victory

Fiunally here's a video from a guy who is an Israeli and a tour guide, so he's going to be pretty much honest as he doesn't have any fear porn ambitions.

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