By Musa Muhammad Hadejia
Heavy rockets barrage, bombardment, heavy explosions, confusions, pandemonium and siren wails ranted the air in Ashdod, Rehovot, Gan Shlomo and Kfar Bilu in southern Israel, as Hamas’ gallant forces tacitly propelled grenades and mortars in response to Israel’s breaking ceasefire agreement and double standard.
Israel had earlier bombarded the southern Gaza Strip with air Strikes and artillery shells after a week long truce that Israel voided on Friday. Qatar is leading efforts to restore a ceasefire and provide humanitarian aid to the 2.3 million Palestinians living in Gaza caught in the crossfire quagmire.
Israel’s Netanyahu said his government is “committed to achieving the goals of the war” – which implies total annihilation of Palestinians through mass genocide unprecedented by any of it’s kind in recent history, signalling a blatant disregard to international war principles.
Currently, Leftwing activist billionaire – George Soros is facing intense criticism from Israel’s ambassador to the UN for pumping over 15 million USD in to a network of non governmental organization that is sympathetic of the Palestinian cause. This is coming at a time when the US sent to Israel mortars and armoury to Israel – plus hundreds of millions of USD to continue the carnage in Gaza.
Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS), campaign targeting the Jewish/Zionist racial state is now gaining momentum by the day in NATO /EU countries – sending fears and shivers in Netanyahu, Likud and IDF.
Hamas forces have recently attacked American /Israel forces in the Middle East at least 75 times since the war began. Multiple rockets hit patrol base Shaddadi in Syria on Friday with heavy damages incurred, plus some casualties. 36 of the strikes happened in Iraqi, 39 in Syria – using a mix of rockets and one-way drones to target American and IDF personnel.
So far, a senior Hamas official said no more hostages would be freed in a prisoner exchange until there is a ceasefire, while the rockets continue to pound on Israel’s south.
On Saturday, the first aid trucks entered Rafah since the ceasefire broke down. Fuel, clean water and food are in short and dwindling supply for Gaza and West Bank.
More than 1.7 million people have been displaced in Gaza where health officials say the death toll had surpassed 15,000 after weeks of Israel attacks, and hundreds have been killed since the fighting resumed. The world is now more concerned and very particular on ending the war ignited by the unholy alliance of Zionism and the criminal escapades of their western cohorts and stooges.
As the events continue to unfold, and script changing the narrative every week, and as the world is gradually becoming wiser, the chances for Zionism to prevail on the global comity and fraternity will sooner than later be a washed history; as Netanyahu and his big brothers seem to be signing their signatures on water.
Musa Muhammad Hadejia
Writes from Dutse