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CEASEFIRE BETRAYAL BEGINS: Biden Admin Warns It Might Not Support Next Phase of War Against Hamas

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The White House says it won’t support Israel’s plan to expand its operations into the south of the Gaza Strip unless it shows it will protect the Palestinian civilians there. Why didn’t Biden voice the same concern for Russian civilians? And why wasn’t Ukraine pressured into a ceasefire?

In a Tuesday press call, US National Security Council Spokesman John Kirby said the United States won’t support Israel “moving forward with operations in the south absent a clearly articulated plan for how they’re going to protect the lives of the hundreds of thousands of people” there. (More here)

“Innocent Civilians?” Civilians From Gaza Crossed Border and Took Part in the Unspeakable War Crimes Against Jews

Innocent civilians spitting on defiling hostage in Gaza:

https://x.com/JachnunEmpire/status/1726124861821456848?s=20

https://x.com/PamelaGeller/status/1727058503901360595?s=20

Betrayal – “The deal is a disaster.”

By: Vic Rosenthal, November 22, 2023:

The government of Israel has agreed to a stupid, shameful deal with Hamas. If the government continues along this path – and it seems almost certain to do so – it will mark the turning point of the war in Gaza. In retrospect, it will be seen as the point at which it became clear that Hamas will retain control of the Gaza strip.

The details of the deal, as I understand them this morning, are that Hamas will return some 50 of the 240 hostages they are holding, women and children. The Red Cross will be allowed to visit the remaining hostages. In return, Hamas will receive a cease-fire of four days, during which Israel agrees not to fly (I presume both drones and manned aircraft are included) over the northern part of Gaza for six hours each day. There will be no flights at all over the southern part. Israel has agreed to extend the cease-fire for an additional day for every ten hostages released. In addition, Israel will release some 150 to 300 Palestinian women and teenagers imprisoned in Israel for offenses less serious than murder. Israel will allow fuel and an increased amount of humanitarian goods to be brought into Gaza.

Not so bad, right? Wrong – it’s a disaster.

The IDF has been rolling up Hamas in Gaza. Another week or two of fighting would be decisive. It would liquidate Hamas’ military capability and civil control. All that would remain would be to mop up. What would happen next is a difficult question, but it will not be relevant if Hamas remains in control or retains significant military capability.

A cease-fire will allow Hamas to resupply its soldiers, to rebuild damaged communications systems, to reestablish the chain of command where key commanders (who were specifically targeted by the IDF) have been killed. It will allow them to reinforce their weak points and those places where they expect the IDF to attack. It will allow them to repair damaged systems for launching rockets. The no-fly restriction will allow them to move remaining hostages to more secure locations and extricate key personnel from areas where they are in danger without being tracked. At least some if not all of the fuel, food, and medicine that will be entering the Strip will be hijacked for Hamas’ purposes. Fuel in particular is needed to operate generators that supply power for ventilation of the tunnels where Hamas operatives live and from which they fight.

In short, a few days of cease-fire translate directly into a much longer extension of the war. From the start of the ground invasion on 27 October and until 20 November, 66 IDF soldiers have been killed in combat in Gaza (this of course is in addition to the 1200 civilians and soldiers killed on 7 October, and the unknown number of hostages who are no longer alive). For every day that the war is extended, IDF soldiers will be lost. And some of the toughest fighting is ahead.

It must be assumed that the international pressure to stop the war before Israel obtains her objectives will not go away; rather, it will probably increase as a result of the cease-fire. The obscene accusations of “genocide” will only become louder. There is concern that the cease-fire will expand, ultimately to become indefinitely long. The pressure on the Biden administration to force Israel to stop fighting will only grow.

The provision to release hostages in groups will present insupportable choices for the government: how will it be able to tell the families that have children or parents still in captivity that their family members will not be redeemed, when others have? Indeed, as long as Hamas has even one captive, their leverage will remain. The well-organized families of the hostages have underlined their – totally understandable, but also tragically wrong – contention that the primary goal of the war should be to return the hostages rather than to defeat Hamas, by blocking the main highway near Tel Aviv on Saturday night.

Indeed, this aspect of the deal is the most dangerous part of it. The first group of hostages will be traded for women and teen-aged terrorists without blood on their hands; but surely there will be more expansive demands made for the next group. The more hostages are freed, the harder it will become for the government to hold out against the pressure to give in to the increasingly severe demands of their captors. And Hamas has already announced that its objective is to obtain the release of all Palestinians held in Israeli prisons, including (especially) the worst of mass murderers.

Ariel Kahane, writing in Israel Hayom today, compared the choices facing the government to those facing the Judenraten in the Nazi-controlled ghettos, who were asked to provide lists of Jews to be deported to death camps, or see the entire ghetto liquidated.

If Hamas is not decisively defeated, it will encourage Hezbollah to increase the pressure in the north, as well as possibly to undertake a hostage-taking operation of its own. It will put the wind in the sails of Hamas and other terrorist factions in Judea and Samaria. It will send a message to Iran, and also to Israel’s hoped-for allies in the Arab world that Israel is weak, unable to stand up to extortion, and unable to defeat a force which is more akin to a terrorist militia than a real army. It will be a massive blow to our honor and therefore our deterrence.

In summary: this deal promises an extension of the war, which will cost Israel in the lives of the best of her young men. It will result in the release of numerous terrorists, most likely ultimately including the worst mass murderers, those who should not even be alive, rather than free to kill again. It will enable the “international community” to put the brakes on the IDF, both in the way it fights and in the time it is allowed to do so. It will, in my estimation, allow Hamas to remain in control of at least part of the Gaza Strip, and perhaps to retain some hostages for further leverage. It will encourage Israel’s enemies and damage her attempts to make allies in the Middle East.

Psychologically, it reinforces the false equivalence between kidnapped hostages and convicted terrorists. It legitimizes terrorism and hostage-taking – consider the absurdity that Israel has agreed to blind her eyes in the sky, because otherwise they might find the hostages and be able to rescue them!

The deal is a disaster, a surrender to the monsters of Hamas that murdered, tortured, and raped our people and who have said that they will do it again if given the chance. It is open-ended in a way that can only lead to even worse acts of appeasement.

Our young soldiers overwhelmed their commanders in their desire to fight; some reserve units didn’t have enough weapons for all of those who volunteered. They are fighting ferociously and heroically. As of yesterday, sixty-six of them will not go home to their families, and many others have been so severely wounded that they will never live normal lives. They were winning, and the decision taken by the government is nothing less than a betrayal.


Source: https://gellerreport.com/2023/11/ceasefire-betrayal-begins-biden-admin-warns-it-might-not-support-next-phase-of-war-against-hamas.html/


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    • Fake News = The False Prophet

      Chosen Israeli Kids Choir Sing for Genocide
      https://www.bitchute.com/video/1WEadYZ43HEk/

      Israel said that there will be no ceasefire until Friday. Accordingly, the hostages will also not be handed over until Friday. https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727464566634795290

      The ceasefire has also been postponed.

      Hebrew Channel 12 reporter: It is not clear what is the reason for the postponement and whether it has anything to do with Netanyahu’s, Gallant’s and Gantz’s decisive messages tonight.
      https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727458177904504926

      Most captives to be released by Hamas are non-Israelis: Official

      A senior official of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas says most of the 50 captives that the group plans to release under a truce agreement with the Israeli regime are citizens of other countries.
      https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727451485179371899

      “Iran is the biggest danger for us. We have done a lot to counter Iran’s threats. We will monitor what Hezbollah will do during the ceasefire.” https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727450318571508167

      #Israel occupation forces targeted a charity building behind Kuwait Hospital in Rafah. #Gaza
      https://twitter.com/QudsNen/status/1727467384720539869

    • Fake News = The False Prophet

      #Israel occupation forces detained paramedics to prevent them from assisting the wounded in the Balata camp in the #WestBank.

      They also confiscated their phones and the ambulance’s keys.
      https://twitter.com/QudsNen/status/1727464425588654216

      In less than 30 minutes in Palestine:

      1 -Occupation forces issue an evacuation warning to the “Abu Muslim” family in Balata camp, #WestBank.

      2- Occupation forces conducted a storming operation in the city of Nablus, West Bank.

      3- Occupation aircraft targeted the Khalla family’s home in Jabalia Camp, northern #Gaza Strip.

      4- Occupation aircraft targeted a house in the Brazil neighborhood in Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, with reports of injuries.

      The suffering of the Palestinian people persists.
      https://twitter.com/QudsNen/status/1727448609837260863

      Meta approved a series of test ads containing hate speech and calls for violence against Palestinians, according to The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media, 7amleh.

      The ads, in both Hebrew and Arabic, violated Facebook and Meta policies, with some directly calling for the murder of Palestinian civilians.

      The approval of these ads highlights a pattern of bias and discrimination against Palestinians by Meta, according to 7amleh founder Nadim Nashif.

      Pro-#Israel ads, including one calling for the assassination of American activist Paul Larudee, were also initially approved by Meta but later deleted after user reports.
      https://twitter.com/QudsNen/status/1727429488353460423

    • Fake News = The False Prophet

      A new Freudian slip? Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson “mistakenly” said that “Israel” has “the right to genocide,” before stopping mid-sentence to correct it and say it had the “right to self-defense.”

      These continuous Freudian slips by Western leaders are served on a silver plate as they expose what is really going on in #Gaza. https://x.com/MayadeenEnglish/status/1727464032880197660

      Israeli Occupation aircraft targeted the Charitable Society building behind Kuwait Hospital in Rafah
      https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727472013487280235

      The names and photographs of the prisoners Hamas was scheduled to release.

      Israel has now announced they have postponed the ceasefire and prisoner releases ‘until at least Friday.’

      It is suspected that the clause concerning entry of medical and humanitarian aid into the northern Gaza Strip is the reason for the postponement. https://twitter.com/dana916/status/1727466787439034549

    • Fake News = The False Prophet

      “Why didn’t Biden voice the same concern for Russian civilians? And why wasn’t Ukraine pressured into a ceasefire?”

      You don’t actually have the vaguest clue about what is going on, anywhere at all, do you Geller?

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