Netanyahu Comments On Plans During Interview

Tension is escalating in the Middle East, explicitly involving Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Joe Biden over the situation in Rafah, Gaza Strip.

President Biden is about to look like a buffoon.

Netanyahu has made a firm declaration to press ahead with an invasion of Rafah, located on the southern border of the Gaza Strip, despite strong warnings from President Biden. Politico claimed in a report that the move is seen as a direct challenge to the U.S., with Biden emphasizing that such an offensive would cross a “red line.”

However, it’s more a quagmire. After all, the only reason Joe is starting to get “tough” on Israel is because his base is angry at him.

Netanyahu, is unwaving, justified his stance by referencing the tragic Hamas raid on October 7, which killed over 1,160 people in Israel. This event, he claims, is his “red line,” vowing to prevent its recurrence at all costs. Interestingly, he asserts having the quiet support of several Arab leaders, viewing the crackdown on Hamas as a fight against the “Iranian terror axis.”


So much for that “come to Jesus” moment.

PM Netanyahu was asked about Biden’s rhetoric and below is what he said:

“You have to ask him what he said because he said he agrees that we have to destroy Hamas as a fighting organization. That’s what we intend to do. Look, it’s either Israel or Hamas. There’s no middle way,” Netanyahu said on Fox News.

“I mean, we have to have that victory. We can’t have three-quarters of a victory. We can’t have two-thirds of a victory, because Hamas will reconstitute itself with these four battalions in Rafah, reconquer the Gaza Strip and do the October 7th massacre over and over and over again. And for us, for Israel, not merely for me, but for the people of Israel, that’s a red line. We can’t let Hamas survive,” he continued.

“I’m telling you that we’re not getting off the gas,” Netanyahu added.


Additionally, Bibi (unlike Joe) has the support of Israelis.

The Times of Israel has reported that three-quarters of Jewish Israelis support an expansion of IDF operations in Gaza’s southernmost city of Rafah.

Netanyahu remains optimistic about a swift resolution, predicting the conflict could end in as little as a month. He claims significant progress against Hamas’ military capabilities but dismisses the possibility of a ceasefire during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan without further hostage releases.

Biden looks like a joke as we send missiles and weapons to Israel he drawing “red lines” and offering aid. It’s so backward.

He couldn’t get a ceasefire done, Bibi is going to ignore him, and his base is furious with him.

This is the highest level of incompetence.

Don’t forget there are still American hostages being held and little has been done to get them back. Folks, this is Carter all over again.

Biden is about to look like a buffoon.


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