Residents of southern Israel to turn to UN over arson terrorism – Netanyahu: Not impressed by propaganda
Frustrated at Israel’s lack of reaction against the continued arson terrorism, residents of southern Israel have decided to turn to the UN in order to protest the human rights violations carried by Hamas terrorists.
Israel and Hamas terror group reached a ceasefire agreement on Friday. According to reports, the agreements include the extension of the fishing zone and the renewal of fuel supply to Gaza, halted earlier this week.
Despite the ‘ceasefire’, 14 fires broke out Friday in southern Israel due to firebombs and explosive devices attached to balloons and drones, launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel.
Feelings of being ignored aren’t new to the people on Israeli towns near the Gaza border, who have a hard time remembering when PM Netanyahu last visited one of their communities.
“I’m from a community near the Gaza Strip and I feel invisible,” said one resident in a video by the Unity with the South protest group. “I feel like the rest of the country doesn’t see me.”
Netanyahu on Sunday said those who are now urging him to launch a military operation in Gaza will be the ones to criticize him if the war indeed breaks out.
“Regarding Gaza, we well understand the plight of the residents of the area adjacent to the Gaza Strip and we are working to ease conditions for them as much as possible.
Last week we imposed heavy sanctions on Hamas including halting fuels. If we need to, we will employ much harsher measures. We are taking these actions in consultation with all security elements.
I am not impressed by the propaganda of so-called experts. Many of them are offering us advice that they themselves would not implement if they were in power. Let us not be confused, they would be the first to criticize us after we set out on a wide-ranging military operation, which we may yet have to do. Therefore, I am guided solely by one thing – the security of the State of Israel”.