Debating the Feasibility of Eradicating Hamas. Tensions Rise Between Israeli Military and Political Leadership

The Deep State has se out their orders to stop the war and let Hamas survive. The military is all too willing to make the case as well. After all, we still have not found out who let Hamas invade and kill Israeli citizens. No one has been brought to justice. No publicity on it as well, it is 100% a total cover-up at this point.

In a recent development that underscores the insanity of Israel’s ongoing conflict with Hamas, IDF Spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari expressed skepticism regarding the feasibility of completely eradicating the Hamas terror organization from Gaza. This statement highlights a divergence in views between certain military leaders and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration.

Hagari described the notion of fully eliminating Hamas as unrealistic, noting that “Hamas is an idea, Hamas is a party. It’s rooted in the hearts of the people — anyone who thinks we can eliminate Hamas is wrong.” This perspective points to the ideological and societal roots of Hamas within the Gaza Strip, suggesting that mere military action might not be sufficient to remove its influence.

The Israeli government, however, maintains a different stance. In response to Hagari’s comments, Netanyahu’s office reaffirmed the security cabinet’s war goals, which include the destruction of Hamas’s military and governance capabilities. This indicates the government’s continued commitment to weakening Hamas’s operational strength, even if eradicating it entirely might not be feasible.

This internal debate extends to discussions about the future governance of Gaza. Defense Minister Yoav Gallant has pressed for the development of a post-war governance plan to prevent Hamas from regaining control. Gallant’s concerns highlight the strategic necessity of establishing a viable governmental alternative to Hamas to secure long-term peace and stability in the region.

The tension between military realities and political objectives is further complicated by internal disagreements within the Israeli leadership about the strategy and goals of the military campaign in Gaza. Reports suggest disputes between Netanyahu and other high-ranking officials, including IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi and Shin Bet head Ronen Bar, particularly regarding the strategic planning of the war effort.

The Key question on it all is will Netanyahu do as the Deep State and President Biden commands? Biden has billions of dollars waiting to be given to Hamas and Israel. All to further the destruction of the U.S. dollar and bring about the expected Marxist global reset that the entire globalist cabal is expecting sometime in Biden’s supposed second term.

Key Points:

i. IDF Spokesperson Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari expressed skepticism about the feasibility of eradicating Hamas, describing it as an ingrained idea rather than just a terror group.

ii. Hagari’s comments highlight ongoing tensions between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and defense officials regarding the strategic objectives in Gaza.

iii. Despite military efforts, Hagari emphasized that without a viable governmental alternative, Hamas will remain in control of Gaza.

iv. Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and other senior officials have urged Netanyahu to develop a clear postwar governance plan for Gaza to prevent Hamas from regaining strength.

v. Internal disputes within the Israeli government and military have become public, with criticism from Netanyahu and his son Yair directed at military leaders, reflecting broader disagreements over the handling of the conflict with Hamas.

Kirk Volo – Reprinted with permission of Whatfinger News

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1 thought on “Debating the Feasibility of Eradicating Hamas. Tensions Rise Between Israeli Military and Political Leadership”

  1. Yes, there is one way to completely eliminate Hamas, and that is to do what should have been done following the Six Day War in 1967: expel every last Arab from the land the Israelis conquered!

    Well, Heaven forfend! that sounds like ethnic cleansing, and it is: it is getting rid of the people who hate you. But isn’t that better than letting them stay and keep sniping at you, randomly killing your own people?

    Had Israel expelled the Arabs in 1967, it would have been a humanitarian disaster, but also would have been over 57 years ago. The Arabs could have continued and rebuilt their lives, not under Israel’s occupation, but as citizens of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon, while Israel would have more land, along with shortened, more defensible borders. There would have been far fewer people displaced in 1967 than would be the case today.

    When a conqueror comes through, he has only three options for what to do with the existing population: assimilation, expulsion, or extermination. And the Arabs have proven, for generations, that assimilation is not going to work.

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