The Taliban with the $84 billion in military weapons gifted to them by Joe Biden claim they can capture Jerusalem. But, in order to do that they must get permission to cross through Iran, Iraq and Jordan. Terrorists love our president, unfortunately, we don’t.
But, then again, he does nothing for Americans while plying terrorists with weapons and cash. Hamas terrorists attacked Israel today with 5,000 missiles. They also crossed the border, killing at least 100 people, and are said to have captured 50 prisoners.
Could this be the next Entebbe? They would be led by Bibi Netanyahu. On the Entebbe raid, the first commander in the field heading the first aircraft to land was Lt. Col. Yonatan Netanyahu, the commander of the first aircraft’s Sayeret Matkal rescue unit. He was the only Israeli to lose his life and of course, he was the brother of Bibi Netanyahu.
A statement that appears online suggests that the Taliban has asked for permission to cross the lands of three countries in order to reach Israel.
They could believe they could not get all the permissions needed, because it would be folly to attack Israel with only ground troops with very limited air power. It seems to me that the highly regarded Air Force could cut the ground troops to pieces in rapid order. I highly doubt any of these countries would join the fight.
Belarusian news agency NEXTA tweeted:
“Russia‘s allies, the Taliban terrorist organization supported Hamas: ‘If the Muslim countries neighboring Israel grant us the right of passage, we will conquer Jerusalem.'”
The Taliban government is currently not recognised by any country after the terrorist group seized Afghanistan following 20 years of insurgency.
The announcement also comes just days after Ahmed Massoud, the leader of the National Resistance Front in Afghanistan – the primary group fighting the Taliban in the country – said that he would be willing to work with Israel as part of a peace initiative.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declared a state of war following the surprise assault by Hamas terrorists, and has vowed that they will pay an “unprecedented price”.
The elusive leader of Hamas’ military wing, Mohammed Deif, announced the beginning of what he called “Operation Al-Aqsa Storm”.
In a recorded message, he said, “enough is enough”, urging Palestinians to join the fight. Deif boasted that Hamas had fired more than 5,000 rockets into Israel.
Hamas and Israeli officials have both said that a number of Israelis have been taken hostage.
Hamas claims to have taken 53 “prisoners of war” as well as claiming to have taken several senior officers in the Israeli army as hostages. Israeli officials deny reports that an Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) major general has been kidnapped.