Netanyahu: Ain’t No Power Gonna Stop Ground Attack on Rafah!

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that Israel will launch an offensive against Hamas in Gaza's Rafah and "no power in the world" could prevent it, reported Xinhua.

The Israeli military will "complete the elimination of Hamas battalions, including in Rafah," Netanyahu told newly enlisted soldiers in a military base outside Tel Aviv.

He said that there has been an international effort to prevent the ground attack in the Palestinian city, but "there is no power in the world that could stop us."

He did not specify a date for the attack.

The United Nations and aid experts have repeatedly warned that any military operation in Rafah, Gaza's southernmost city where about 1.4 million people have been seeking refuge from bombardments in other areas, will result in an unacceptably high toll on Gaza's civilian population.


  1. EmilyBaker1987 says

    Netanyahu’s aggressive stance is alarming. It’s concerning that he believes no power can halt the ground attack on Rafah. The potential consequences for civilians in the area are deeply troubling.

  2. Rachel92 says

    Netanyahu seems determined to proceed with the offensive regardless of international efforts to prevent it. It’s concerning that there is no consideration for the potentially devastating impact on Gaza’s civilian population.

  3. SarahSmith88 says

    Netanyahu’s determination to go ahead with the ground attack on Rafah shows the severe consequences it can have on innocent civilians in the region. It’s alarming to see such strong rhetoric and lack of consideration for human lives.

  4. EmilySmith92 says

    I strongly believe that military actions should never be the first choice for resolving conflicts. It’s heartbreaking to think about the impact this offensive could have on innocent civilians. Dialogue and diplomacy should always be pursued before resorting to violence.

  5. MiaJohnson89 says

    Netanyahu is absolutely right. It’s crucial to take action against Hamas in Rafah to ensure the safety and security of Israeli citizens. No force can deter Israel from protecting its people.

  6. EmilyJohnson says

    As an American citizen, I strongly condemn the proposed offensive against Hamas in Rafah. Such military actions only lead to further loss of innocent lives and escalate tensions. It’s disheartening to see leaders prioritize violence over diplomacy and peace efforts. Instead of military attacks, there should be a focus on finding sustainable solutions through dialogue and negotiation.

  7. AshleySmith22 says

    Netanyahu seems determined to proceed with the ground attack on Rafah, regardless of any international efforts to prevent it. It’s concerning that the potential consequences on Gaza’s civilian population are not being given enough consideration.

  8. Emily_Smith says

    Do you think launching a ground attack in Rafah is the best solution to deal with the Hamas threat? Couldn’t there be other diplomatic approaches to resolve the conflict?

    1. David_Jones says

      Hey Emily_Smith, while diplomatic approaches are crucial in conflict resolution, sometimes a strong military response is necessary to address immediate threats like those posed by Hamas. It’s a complex situation that often requires a combination of strategies for a lasting solution.

  9. Miriam89 says

    As an Israeli citizen, I believe that Netanyahu’s determination to eliminate Hamas threats is crucial for our security. Although the potential civilian toll is concerning, sometimes tough measures are necessary to ensure the safety of our people.

  10. EmilyJohnson says

    Netanyahu’s determination is clear, and no international effort will be able to halt the ground attack on Rafah. The potential consequences on Gaza’s civilian population are deeply concerning.

  11. Emily1985 says

    Is there no diplomatic solution being considered to avoid the potentially devastating consequences of a ground attack on Rafah?

  12. ElizaJohnson says

    I believe that military actions should always prioritize the protection of civilian lives. It’s disheartening to hear about plans for a ground attack that may endanger innocent people in Rafah. Dialogue and peaceful solutions should be explored before resorting to violence.

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