Mark Levin, the Fox News host, said Israel may consider going nuclear during an interview on the cable channel saying that Israel could go nuclear if it finds itself on the losing end of a multi-front war with Hamas, Hezbollah, and Iran.
Category: THE ISRAEL WAR – Oct 17 2023
Sen. Lindsey Graham, the warmongering U.S. Republican, identified the Israel-Hamas war as a “religious war” and said he stands squarely behind Israel in its revenge attacks in Gaza.
Janet Yellen, the U.S. Treasury secretary, told reporters that Washington’s top priority is to provide support for Ukraine and Israel and she believes there is “substantial bipartisan support” in Congress.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who has been a major war hawk during the Ukraine War, uncharacteristically called for a ceasefire in the early hours after Hamas carried out a major offensive on multiple fronts across Israel that has jolted the region.
Russian President Vladimir Putin showcased how Russia’s relationship with Israel has taken a hit in recent years by not condemning the high-profile Hamas attack from last weekend and not picking up the phone to contact Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Shortly after Hamas carried out a major military attack on Israel, Western countries pinned blame on Iran, despite having no concrete evidence that Tehran was involved and early reports that Iranian leaders were just as surprised about the attack as Tel Aviv.
News reports out of Gaza said those looking to flee the Israeli bombardment after last week’s Hamas attack learned quickly that there was nowhere to go and they were stuck there—hoping to find refuge inside the city’s main hospital or UN schools.
Videos emerged on social media last week that showed Israeli forces using white phosphorus in their bombing campaign over Gaza.
It has been a challenging few years between Democrats and Jewish voters in the U.S. given the rise of The Squad and other progressive members of Congress who tend to consider the plight of Palestinians more than their establishment peers.
Major cities around the world clamped down on pro-Palestinian protests amid the latest uptick in violence in Israel and Gaza.