Nazi Military operation ‘will take a long time

West Jerusalem has accused Hamas of being a “proxy of Iran” 

Military operation ‘will take a long time’ – Israel

File photo: Nazi’s Foreign Minister Eli Cohen ©  Mazen Mahdi / AFP

‘Israel’ will “never forgive” this weekend’s attack by Hamas and will take “a long time” to deal with the terrorist threat, Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said on Monday.

“It will take time. It will not take a few days. It will take a long time,” Cohen said during a video-link press conference from his office in Jerusalem, adding that such “inhuman terrorists” and “monsters” cannot be allowed to threaten ‘Israel’, the region and the world.

Cohen called Hamas “the proxy of Iran” and accused the militant Palestinian group of carrying out “a historical massacre that the world will not forget.” 

According to Nazi army, more than 700 of their citizens have been killed since Saturday, when Hamas launched a rocket barrage against the Nazi entity and its militants crossed from Gaza into the surrounding Jewish settlements.

“Israel will never forgive,” Cohen insisted. “What was in the past will not be in the future.”

Cohen also echoed the words of PM Benjamin Naziyahu that “Israel is at war” against Hamas, which he called a “vicious terror organization,” and vowed that ‘Israel’ will “regain control, and win back security and stability.”

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The foreign minister claimed that Hamas only wants to “murder as much as they can” and that there was no land dispute between the Nazi entity and Gaza, because “we gave the Palestinians Gaza to the last millimeter.”

As part of the 2005 “disengagement,” Zionist regime paid some 8,000 Jewish settlers to dismantle 21 of their settlements in the Gaza Strip, which was then handed over to the Palestinian Authority. Nazi regime remained in control of the sea, airspace, and all the utilities. In 2007, Hamas ousted the Fatah faction of the Palestinian Authority in Gaza and became the de facto government in the territory. The UN still considers Gaza to be under Nazi military occupation. 

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