(SHTF Plan)—Leaders of the terrorist group Hamas (who started the war with Israel on October 7th) have said that this conflict is going to be permanent. The militant group is pushing the allies in the Arab and wider Muslim world to stand with the people of Gaza and engage in a permanent state of war with Israel.
Hamas is urging others to join their war, as fears that the conflict could overspill into a wider regional or even global war expand daily. One wrong move by any player, and this conflagration will explode rapidly.
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Khalil al-Hayya, a member of Hamas’ top leadership body said in an interview with the New York Times in Doha, Qatar, that the dire events in Israel and Palestine since Hamas’ surprise attack on October 7 are necessary “to change the entire equation and not just have a clash.” This means that Hamas wants to stoke the conflict to garner more of the world’s attention. –Natural News
“We succeeded in putting the Palestinian issue back on the table, and now no one in the region is experiencing calm,” said Hamas media adviser Taher El-Nounou. “I hope that the state of war with Israel will become permanent on all the borders and that the Arab world will stand with us.”
The New York Post claims Hamas decision-makers are often far removed from the fight: “The terror group’s three top leaders alone are worth a staggering total of $11 billion and enjoy a life of luxury in the sanctuary of the emirate of Qatar.”
The U.S. is positioning itself as a neutral party, yet the decisions it continues to make appear to be pushing toward a global conflict.
“Humanitarian pauses to allow aid to get in, civilians to get out? That makes sense but a ceasefire, go back and look at October 7 and see what those Hamas militants did, and to say that you should just let them walk? I can’t support that at this point,” Representative Adam Smith, a Democrat from Washington state said.