Netanyahu Doesn't Accept Abbas's Rule After War, Also Warns Hezbollah
Sources in the Palestinian Authority told Arabic media that Chairman Mahmoud Abbas is ready to take control of the Gaza Strip. In response, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated: “As long as I am the Prime Minister of Israel, that won’t happen.”
He continued, “Whoever teaches their children terrorism, funds terrorism, and supports the families of terrorists, cannot rule Gaza after we eliminate Hamas.”
Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich congratulated the Prime Minister on his stance: “Mr. Prime Minister, thank you for your clear stance. Whoever teaches their children terrorism, funds terrorism, and supports the families of terrorists, cannot rule Gaza, and endangers us in Judea and Samaria as well. Kfar Saba won’t be Kfar Aza.”
Further, Netanyahu recently warned Hezbollah not to initiate a third Lebanon war with Israel, hours after the Iranian proxy group guided missile attack killed a 60-year-old Israeli man in northern Israel.
“If Hezbollah chooses to start an all-out war, then it will single-handedly turn Beirut and South Lebanon, not far from here, into Gaza and Khan Yunis. We are determined to bring victory, and we will do it with your help,” he said during a visit to the IDF’s Northern Command Headquarters.
The 60-year-old man, identified as Eyal Uzan, was hit in an agricultural field near Moshav Mattat after Hezbollah terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at his vehicle near the Lebanese border Thursday. In response to the incident, the IDF said it struck the source of the fire with attack helicopters, tanks, and artillery. (INN / VFI News)
“Lord we pray that You bring comfort to Eyal Uzan’s family. We offer our heartfelt condolences to Eyal’s family and we pray that no more lives will be lost due to these acts of terror. May You protect our nation from all surrounding enemies, and enable us to guard our borders and provide security to all citizens residing in Israel.”