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Netanyahu to US lawmakers: ‘No substitute for victory’

‘Hamas needs to be ruined, like Nazis in Entire world War II,’ Netanyahu tells bipartisan congressional delegation and AIPAC leaders.

By Environment Israel Information Employees

There is no substitute to an Israeli victory about the Hamas terrorist organization, Israeli Key Minister Benjamin Netanyahu advised a bipartisan delegation Wednesday, comparing Israel’s ongoing war in opposition to Hamas to the Allied war hard work against Nazi Germany in Environment War II.

Prime Minister Netanyahu hosted a joint delegation of associates of Congress and senior officials from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Wednesday at the Primary Minister’s Business office in Jerusalem, pursuing a assembly with Republican Senator Rick Scott.

The bipartisan delegation was arranged by AIPAC, and was comprised of 8 Household Democrats and one Republican, together with Brad Schneider (D-IL), Jim Costa (D-CA), Debbie Lesko (R-AZ), Juan Vargas (D-CA), Valerie Foushee (D-NC), Kathy Manning (D-NC), Marilyn Strickland (D-WA), Norma Torres (D-CA) and Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL).

Along with Netanyahu, Israel was represented at the meeting by Strategic Affairs Minister Ron Dermer, Countrywide Stability Council Director Tzachi Hanegbi and the Key Minister’s Overseas Plan Adviser Dr. Ophir Falk.

Throughout the conference, Netanyahu emphasised the importance of Israel achieving victory in Gaza, which he defined by means of three targets: Destroying the navy capabilities of Hamas, liberating the Israelis held captive in Gaza, and making certain that Gaza hardly ever threatens Israel once more.

“We have to win,” Netanyahu reported. “There is no substitute for victory.”

“How do you do that? What we’ve set out at the outset, with the aid of President Biden and the administration critical guidance, which we value deeply was to say, the 1st factor: Our target is to demolish the military services and governing capabilities of Hamas in Gaza,” drawing a parallel amongst the existing war and the Second World War.

“Hamas has to be eliminated. Not as in plan. Nazism was not ruined as an thought in World War Two, but Nazis do not govern Germany. There are even now neo-Nazis all-around, but you ruined that group.”

“The second matter was to get our hostages out. They are simultaneous targets, due to the fact the armed forces motion is what generates the strain to release the hostages. We have introduced 50 %. We intend to launch all of them.”

“The 3rd point is to make sure that, in truth that Gaza doesn’t pose a threat to Israel yet again.”

A day before, Netanyahu fulfilled with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who issued a joint video statement with Netanyahu from the Primary Minister’s Business office.

On Wednesday, Graham held a press meeting in the King David Resort in Jerusalem, condemning claims by international leaders that Israel is making use of starvation as a weapon versus Gaza, contacting the claim “bullsh**.”


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