Skip to comments.Netanyahu: Gaza conflict proves Israel canít relinquish control of West Bank
Posted on 07/11/2014 1:44:48 PM PDT by Star Traveler
Israels Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday vowed to fight Hamas and other Gaza terror groups until Israel was safe from the threat of missile attack, and then launched a highly unusual and extremely bitter verbal assault on would-be peace-brokers, including US Secretary of State John Kerry, who have been urging Israel to relinquish security control of the West Bank to a Palestinian state
Speaking to the Israeli public on the fourth day of Israels Operation Protective Edge, which he said has seen Israel attack over 1,000″ terror targets while sustaining hundreds of rocket attacks from Gaza, Netanyahu vowed that the IDF campaign will continue until we are sure that Israels residents have quiet. He said that no terrorist target was off-limits, and accused Hamass leaders and gunmen of hiding behind Gazas residents using them as human shields and thus being responsible for any harm that comes to them.
He also vowed that no international pressure will prevent us from acting with all force against a terrorist organization that seeks to destroy us and that he would take whatever action was necessary to protect Israelis.
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I believe I know to whom this was addressed...
Hang in there Bibi...until they are beaten and Israel sets the terms of peace you will have to keep going back in an mopping up HAMAS and its associates
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The rest of the world pays no attention to Obummer and Lurch, no reason why Bibi should.
Sharon did not.....in so far as Gaza was concerned.
It is YHVH’s land, which He gave to the Kingdom of Israel, Jews and Israelis. Benjamin and the civil government of Israel: do not give any of this land to anyone, or suffer the concequences.
Oh, and BTW, partisan media shills, there is no “west bank” or “East Jerusalem”.
Thanks Star Traveler.
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