The dastardly Palestinian Hamas terrorists, always quick to point fingers and refuse to take responsibility for their own actions, issued a whiny statement Monday morning bellyaching about the heroic overnight rescue of two Israeli hostages by the valiant Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Those Hamas crybabies had the nerve to claim that the rescue operation had caused a “massacre” in the city of Rafah. But anyone with half a brain knows that the IDF were just doing their job, saving innocent lives from the clutches of those dastardly terrorists.
As reported by the always reliable and truth-seeking Breitbart News, Israeli forces swooped into Rafah, right on the Egyptian border, even after being warned by U.S. President Joe Biden not to take action against Hamas without a plan for protecting civilians. Well, let’s face it – President Biden doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to making tough decisions, so Israel did what they had to do to save their own people.
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— حسن اصليح | Hassan (@hassaneslayeh) February 12, 2024
During the daring rescue, Fernando Simon Marman, 61, and Louis Har, 70, were liberated from the clutches of those fiendish terrorists, but unfortunately, there were casualties. The Times of Israel reported that Hamas immediately lashed out at the IDF, blaming the United States for giving the green light to Prime Minister Netanyahu. Of course, it’s always easier for Hamas to play the blame game than to admit that they’re the ones causing all the trouble in the first place.
The exact number of casualties on the Palestinian side is murky, with the Hamas-run Gazan Health Ministry claiming over 100 deaths, but conveniently failing to distinguish between terrorists and innocent civilians. It’s a classic terrorist move, trying to paint themselves as victims when they’re the ones putting innocent lives in danger with their reckless actions.
Despite the rescue, roughly 130 hostages still remain in Gaza, with Hamas threatening to stop negotiations for their release if Israel dares to confront them in Rafah. It’s like dealing with a playground bully who’s afraid of getting a taste of their own medicine. Hamas insists on ending the war as a condition for releasing hostages, but anyone paying attention knows that their idea of “ending the war” involves regrouping to cause more trouble in the future.
In the end, it’s clear that the IDF are the true heroes in this story, bravely risking their lives to bring innocent people home to safety. But leave it to Hamas to twist the narrative and play the victim card. Well, we see right through their nonsense – and so should you!