So, when Hamas and its allies upped the ante by lobbing no fewer than 174 rockets and mortar shells into southern Israel at the weekend, there was some hope that the Israeli army would finally get a green light to take real action.
The Israel Air Force did bomb a number of Hamas and Islamic Jihad installations, but it’s the kind of damage from which the terror groups quickly recover.
Israelis want the threat eliminated completely, and see the ceasefire agreed to by the government on Saturday evening as a bandaid on a festering wound. The constant fear of having to run for bomb shelters at any moment “is ruining our lives,” a resident of Kibbutz Kfar Aza told Israel’s Mako news portal. more …
Opinion: Part of the solution or part of the problem.
The lack of UN response to last weekend’s Hamas rocket attacks on Israel is a clear signal to the world that the UN will no longer condemn terror attacks on the Jewish state.
Israel’s tepid response to the rocket attacks is a clear signal that Hamas is free to continue it’s assault.
There is only one world leader standing for Israel and we as a nation are blessed for it under the Abrahamic Covenant (Genesis 12:3).