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According to Lebanese sources, apparently Qaani, the head of the Quds Force of IRGC, has given the green light to Hizbullah to open another front, and Nasrallah is about to announce it.
 

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Forget Salahuddin imagine having a Chad like Baybars or Tamerlane.

They would destroy the Israelis piece by piece.

Palestinians will never able gain such a brutal and a ruthless leader.

Palestinians should be led they shouldnt be leaders.
Don't say tamer lane it meas Timur the lame... It's an insult! Call him emir Timur or Timur instead PS my nickname is about him
 

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According to Lebanese sources, apparently Qaani, the head of the Quds Force of IRGC, has given the green light to Hizbullah to open another front, and Nasrallah is about to announce it.
And Nasrallah apparently says “this is not a regional war”.
 

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Tomorrow is Friday, let's see if Hezbollah teaser trailer about Hassan Nasrallah upcoming speech amounts to military involvement.

My take : nop

As I predicted, nothing important
 

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According to Lebanese sources, apparently Qaani, the head of the Quds Force of IRGC, has given the green light to Hizbullah to open another front, and Nasrallah is about to announce it.
Nah impossible
They wont initiate anything
The Hezbollah is an Iranian proxy whose main aim is to control Lebanon and nothing more
They are too cowardly to even go to war. That much is 100% true
 

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Had Hamas listened to the advice of some "genius" here. These settlers would've stayed.

This would further strain Israel, because settlers contribute much to the economy and constitute a major work force.


A lot of Israelis dont trust the IDF anymore. 7 october came as a real shock for them.

They always thaught that Israels security was unbreachable.

Most of them are moving to East-Ukrain (old-Khazaria).
 

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I just heard a report on the BBC (not confirmed yet) that a convoy of ambulances has been hit with fatalities and injuries.

If this is true and Israeli forces were clearly responsible, Israel's standing in the world will fall still further. The country is turning itself into a pariah in the eyes of the non-aligned public of the world.
 
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Isreali Brutality on full display.

Is it time people start calling Isreali apologists as terrorist sympathisers/supporters? We all know the Isreali propagandists were doing it to anyone who didnt believe their babies being beheaded bullshit.

Or they going to claim this was a defective hamas rocket?

or give it a few months and everyone will forget all this and the next time the palestinians go on the attack, they will rewind the "isreal has the right to defend herself" while ignoring the decades of theft and murder prior committed by Isreal.
 
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A lot of Israelis dont trust the IDF anymore. 7 october came as a real shock for them.

They always thaught that Israels security was unbreachable.

Most of them are moving to East-Ukrain (old-Khazaria).
The longer the war drags in Gaza, the more reason for the settlers to leave and avoid conscription.

In the early days of the Ukraine war, volunteers came from all over the world to join the "international brigade", thinking that war would amount to some sort of short war picnics, most of them left after a week or two. I'm not putting Israeli reservists that came all the way from New York to be any different than these guys, let alone the settlers.
 

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I just heard a report on the BBC (not confirmed yet) that a convoy of ambulances has been hit with fatalities and injuries.

If this is true and Israeli forces were clearly responsible, Israel's standing in the world will fall still further. The country is turning itself into a pariah in the eyes of the non-aligned public of the world.
Israel's standing has always been rock-bottom but the Israelis themselves dont care since they understand that what moves the world isnt how you are being perceived by the world but how you convince the world to follow you

Israel already controls all the mainstream media, the top political cadres of all the Western countries and the top financial institution and banks worldwide. Therefore, even if they were found out to be the bloodiest killers on earth, Israel will still get what it wants

Jews know how to use their brains and that is why they rule this shitty world
 

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So far, there don't appear to be enough Israeli forces present for a full occupation of the city

An image from Planet taken Oct. 30 shows dozens of Israeli tanks and armored vehicles arrayed in staging areas along the northern edge of Gaza City. Film and still images released by the Israeli military show forces in the same area.

Based on the satellite imagery, the Israelis probably have a brigade consisting of several thousand troops operating in the northwest part of the city alone, says Sean MacFarland, a retired three-star general in the U.S. Army who conducted operations against the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.

"It looks like they're starting to push in to establish a presence on the outskirts that they can use to launch operations deeper into the city," he says. Iraqi forces employed a similar tactic when attempting to regain control of the city of Ramadi from ISIS forces in 2015.

But even if the other two axes also contain about a brigade, that wouldn't be nearly enough to fully occupy or even conduct a building-by-building sweep of a dense, urban environment like Gaza City, says Gentile.
 

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Looks like the IDF are figuring out how to move forward towards Gaza and park their vehicles at both edge North and South, Hamas needs to harass them daily, the IDF is not in a very mobile position.
 

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And Nasrallah apparently says “this is not a regional war”.
Nasrullah very tactfully declare it without declaring a direct war . He has a lot of limitations . There is fearing of US involvement .
 

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