Smotrich, Strock say Israel will have ‘no choice’ but to eventually retake Gaza

In separate interviews, far-right ministers slam 2005 disengagement, stress option to reconquer territory not currently on table, but argue it will be in the long term


ed note–as we have said here often ladies and Gentile-men, ever since the coming to power of the new religious right-wing government this past November, what has been assembled here is a WAR PARTY, and war is on its way, BIG TIME, whose shock waves will not just be felt in the immediate environs of Israel, but throughout the entire world.

As far as the comments made by the 2 Jewish terrorists Smotrich and Strock, nota bene the following–


This will be carried out according to the broad interests of the State of Israel,’ Smotrich said…’


Note that word–




As in large, far-reaching, expansive, etc, etc, etc…


After Gaza, those same ‘broad interests’ will then grow in size to include ‘conquering’ the West Bank and driving out its existing 4 million Palestinian Gentiles. Sometime after this, the ‘broad interests’ will involve invasions of Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon in order to deal with the ‘terrorist’ elements living there, and it will continue on and on and on until the ENTIRETY of the ‘promised land’ whose borders are explicitly laid out in the Jewish Book of hate, the Torah, have been realized.




‘Strock said she believed returning to Gaza would be costly, but added Israel may have ‘no choice’ in the future. However, she emphasized a broad consensus was needed among the population before such a move was made.’


2 items–


–The reason Israel will have ‘no choice’ has nothing whatsoever to do with the ‘militants’ living in Gaza at the moment, but rather because the operating system, the BEATING HEART of the Jewish state is the Judah-ism itself which has been codified by the Torah and wherein it is described in very explicit detail exactly what this ‘Jewish state’ is to be, to wit–


On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abraham, saying ‘To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river Euphrates…’–Genesis, 15:18


And just HOW will this terrorist Jewish state accomplish this ‘broad consensus’ that will be the precursor to this upcoming conquest?


Simple–Blow something up such as what Israel did to America on 9/11/2001, blame it on the enemy you intend to destroy, and–




–that ‘broad consensus’ has been created faster than someone can say the words ‘false flag attack’.


As we say often here ladies and Gentile-men, no one ever accused the Jews of being stupid.



Times of Israel


Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich and National Missions Minister Orit Strock of the far-right Religious Zionism party separately called Thursday for Israel’s reconquering of the Gaza Strip as a solution to repeated clashes with Palestinian terror groups in the territory.


In an interview with Channel 14, Smotrich said Israel’s conflict with Gazan terrorists was a ‘chronic problem’ and lamented that policymakers did not listen to warnings ahead of the 2005 disengagement that it would lead to projectiles being launched across the country.


‘The time will come to return to Gaza, disassemble Hamas and demilitarize Gaza. This too will be carried out according to the broad interests and considerations of the State of Israel,’ Smotrich said. ‘The moment will come when there won’t be a choice but to reconquer Gaza.’


The comments came on the third day of fighting between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group, which saw the assassination of the head of PIJ’s rocket forces and his deputy, and heavy rocket fire from Gaza that caused the first Israeli fatality of the latest bout of fighting.


The escalation began after Israel eliminated three leaders of the terror group early Tuesday, in response to rocket barrages from the Strip last week. The terror group responded to the initial strikes in Gaza a day later by firing hundreds of projectiles at Israeli communities, causing some material damage across southern Israel.


In an interview with Kan News Thursday, Strock called Israel’s situation with Gaza ‘unfathomable,’ and said it was a mistake that Israel withdrew from the enclave in 2005.


‘Israel fled twice from Gaza — the first time during Oslo, the second in the disengagement. This can’t be an acceptable security situation in Gaza,’ she said, referencing the 1994 agreement which provided the Palestinian Authority limited self-rule in the area.


Strock said she believed returning to Gaza would be costly, but added Israel may have ‘no choice’ in the future. However, she emphasized a broad consensus was needed among the population before such a move was made.


‘We saw there was a very broad understanding, we voted with a very large majority to cancel the withdrawal of northern Samaria. On that, there was a broad national consensus. On Gaza, I don’t think we are there yet,’ Strock said, referencing the Knesset’s rollback in March of legislation that ordered the evacuation of four northern West Bank settlements concurrent with Israel’s pullout from Gaza.


‘Looking long-term, there won’t be a choice but to do it,’ she added.


In 2005, then-prime minister Ariel Sharon masterminded the unilateral evacuation of Jewish settlements in Gaza and handed the area over to Palestinian rule, ending 38 years of Israeli military control of the territory. The Hamas terror group has ruled Gaza since 2007, when it ousted the Palestinian Authority in a bloody coup.


Since then, Israel has fought several wars with Hamas and other Gaza-based terrorists — such as the ongoing Operation Shield and Arrow — in a bid to stop the tens of thousands of rockets that have been fired at Israel. Israeli incursions into Gaza have faced bitter resistance and more than 80 IDF soldiers have been killed.


Hamas also holds the bodies of two Israeli soldiers killed in 2014, alongside two Israeli civilians who entered the Strip.


In the latest round, one Israeli has been killed, several have been wounded and over 40 people in Israel have sought treatment for wounds suffered as they tried to reach shelter, or because of acute anxiety from nearby impacts.


At least 30 people in Gaza have been killed in the offensive, according to the Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza, and at least 93 more injured. The figure includes both terrorists targeted by Israel and civilians, as well as civilians believed killed by Islamic Jihad rocket misfires, according to Israeli officials.

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