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Waiting for the Next Shoe to Drop

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in response to reader comment: Why Struggles in Islam Cannot be Abated

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 20, 2021 at 18:27

While it is observed that Hamas' general attitude towards Israel is not changed neither the acrimony abated, there is the underlying tone of intentions still not accounted for; that of seeking a change of tactics in order to get Israel to put forth a response from the new government that can be leveraged for a differing strategy. Israel is in a politically charged conundrum; while she does not desire to seem dis-compassionate in the continuing issues of the pestilence in the 'Palestinian' sector and is allowing some relief; they are not in the mood of extending that compassion in order for the enemies of Israel to take advantage of such things since it is one of the hallmarks of the Islamic demeanor not to care about the tragic consequences of their hateful actions; all the while the world watched and blames Israel.
PM Bennett should have been more careful of what he wished for; the Iranian Islamic Regime backed 'Palestinians' are more than willing to take this to the next round; making the world (UN, UNRWA)pay for it by allowing funding into the Gaza Strip was merely only part of the ploy. Some things do not change-it works: why change it?

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