Israel war with Palestine is getting from bad to worse as the ongoing bombardment take different twists amid calls to end the ceasefire as Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vows to respond back to Gaza in what he termed “a whole new level of force” should the latter continue fighting Israel.
According to the Prime Minister, Israel`s mission in Gaza has been so successful, hinting out that they are ready to fire more missiles in Gaza if the Palestinians don’t step back, adding that the rules have now changed and that they will not embrace any rocket fire from Gaza.
“We have changed the equation not only as regards to the operation but also as regards the future. If Hamas thinks we will tolerate a ‘drizzle’ of rockets, it is mistaken,” PM Netanyahu fired back amid diplomatic talks.
He warned them, asserting that they will regret should they plan any other attack on Israel soil, hinting out that they are waiting to be provoked aftermath responding with the whole arsenal and commandos.
“We will respond with a whole new level of force to every instance of aggression against the Gaza-envelop communities or anywhere else in Israel,” he added.
The Prime Minister alleged that Hamas thought that if they attack Jerusalem and other regions of Israel, it would have been handled peacefully, hinting out that, it will no longer be business as usual since the game plan has changed.
“Most of Hama`s capabilities have been harmed, far more seriously than Hamas commanders imagined. Hamas thought it could fire on Jerusalem and the cities of Israel and we would just react with business as usual,” he added.
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