Benjamin Netanyahu warns Hamas in stern words

Benjamin Netanyahu warns Hamas in stern words
In a resolute message directed at Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu firmly stated on Tuesday that, “While Israel did not initiate this conflict, we are determined to bring it to an end.”

Responding to Hamas’ aggression, Israel has mobilized an impressive force of 300,000 troops, marking the largest mobilization since the 1973 Yom Kippur War, when 400,000 reservists were called upon, as reported by Times of Israel.

“Israel finds itself in a state of war, a war we never sought. It has been imposed upon us in a brutal and merciless manner. Despite not initiating this conflict, Israel will ensure its resolution,” declared Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu in an address to the nation.

The surprise attack by Hamas on a Saturday morning has resulted in over 700 Israeli casualties, with 2,300 individuals sustaining injuries.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly condemned Hamas, asserting that they would bear the consequences of their actions for a significant period.

“Hamas will soon realize the gravity of their error in attacking us. We will exact a price that will echo through history, a reminder to both Hamas and Israel’s adversaries for decades,” Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu proclaimed.

He shed light on the plight of the hostages, stating, “The heinous acts committed by Hamas against innocent Israelis are beyond comprehension: the brutal slaughter of families in their homes, the massacre of hundreds of young individuals at an outdoor festival, and the abduction of numerous women, children, and the elderly, including Holocaust survivors. Hamas terrorists showed no mercy, subjecting children to unimaginable brutality.”

Comparing Hamas to ISIS, he rallied the “forces of civilization” to stand united against Hamas and conquer the menace.

“Hamas mirrors ISIS in its cruelty. Just as the forces of civilization united to defeat ISIS, we call upon the world to rally behind Israel in defeating Hamas,” urged Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu.

He expressed gratitude to U.S. President Joe Biden and other global leaders for their unwavering support.

“I maintain continuous communication with President Biden, and I extend heartfelt gratitude, on behalf of all Israeli citizens, for the unwavering commitment of the U.S., both in words and actions, to secure Israel. Additionally, I appreciate the unprecedented backing from numerous world leaders,” the Israeli Prime Minister acknowledged.

Concluding his speech, Mr. Netanyahu emphasized that Israel was mounting an offensive against Hamas like never before, asserting their unwavering resolve.

In response to threats from Hamas regarding civilian hostages, stating they would be executed and the killings broadcasted, Hamas demands Israel avoid targeting people in Gaza. The group claims to have more than 100 hostages, including Israeli army officers, according to CNN.

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