Hamas leaders in Cairo accuse Israels government of crossing the red line.
The crossing of the red line comment was made during a meeting in Cairo this week between representatives of the Hamas Terror organisation and Egyptian intelligence officials where Hamas’ leader, Ismail Haniyeh, accused Israel of escalating the violence while undermining the so-called status quo on the Temple Mount. Among other things, they held up Itamar Ben Gvir and Bezalel Smotrich for special attention, accusing them of being at the heart of the problem.
They got one thing right. Itamar Ben Gvir and Bezalel Smotrich are responsible for the clampdown on terrorist attacks on Israel’s citizens and for putting forward new legislation to eradicate the enemy of the Jewish State.
Israel must be doing something right, given the high-pitched squealing emanating from Cairo.
This government is too Jewish for them and prefers intimidating the previous Woke/Arab coalition of Lapid and Gantz.
With the election of Netanyahu, Smotrich, and Ben Gvir, the coalition has rendered a great service any human institution can perform for its people. It’s in the process of restoring to Jews their dignity and status as human beings, but maybe, more importantly, their right to choose how they shall live as individuals. Exercising the fundamental freedom of choice, the right to live and not perish under the Arab boot. Instead, this government is fighting to guarantee Israel belongs to the Jews.
Like stuck pigs, may the squealing from the Arab bazaar continue till silence reigns.