IDF readies for heavier Gaza conflict as massive missile barrage persists

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  1. Clay Faulkner says:

    Things have changed related to the first article. A truce was signed with Hamas on Tuesday 13th which upset a lot of people (especially residents in the South) and caused Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman to resign. In any case, Security Cabinet doesn’t feel they can commit resources to invade Hamas with growing threat in the North i.e. Hezbollah, Iranians.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      This show great weakness on the part of Israel. It is encouraging Hamas for great attacks. Is is starting to break.
      This means an all-out war is near.

      • Clay Faulkner says:

        Some truth to that i.e. showing weakness. Netanyahu and the Defense Cabinet are concerned about the IDF’s inability to stop the Gaza border clashes and incendiary balloons. If they can’t handle Hamas, how will they do against an enemy 10 times stronger in Hezbollah backed by the Iranians? Any perceived weakness may give Hamas, Hezbollah, the Iranians, and the surrounding Arab nations the mettle to press the Israelis further. Or, it may all just be God’s way of drawing Israel’s enemies in for their destruction.