Ending Israel’s occupation of Palestine, from the river to the sea
The Israeli regime grappling with the humiliation caused by the unprecedented military operation of the Palestinian resistance on October 7, has not only failed to match up to the resistance, but has also been unable to prevent its military and intelligence debacle.
As the regime comes to terms with the weight and pressure of Palestinian resistance in Gaza, taking a few lethal hits in the Red Sea as well from Yemen’s Ansarallah resistance movement, it has continued in its reckless aggression on southern Lebanon.
Since October 8, the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has had a limited engagement battle against the Tel Aviv regime, hitting many of its military bases.
In a matter of days, Hezbollah fighters decommissioned the Israeli surveillance and military equipment along the southernmost border of the country.
It didn’t take too long for Israel to essentially become blinded on its northern front as well as from Gaza after Hezbollah added insult to injury and blinded them from the north as well.
The four-day ceasefire deal that came into effect on November 22 was in itself a significant victory for the resistance - forced upon the regime after days, if not weeks, of procrastination.
On November 3, Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, whose remarks are remarkably measured, said the Israeli regime often sets lofty goals for itself only to fail in achieving them.
At the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Storm (also known as Al-Aqsa Flood), when the Zionist entity was already put into a defensive posture, the Israeli military leaders vowed to flatten all of Gaza and “destroy Hamas”, as well as return all Israeli captives held by the Palestinian resistance group.
Without taking back any of their captives, having turned down Hamas’ offer to release them voluntarily and killing many of those captives with indiscriminate aerial blitz, the Zionist entity finally agreed to free 150 Palestinian women and children in exchange for 50 Israeli captives held on October 7.
The occupying entity, once governed by the Hannibal Directive, wanted its own dead rather than be held as captives, But, it ultimately had to kneel and accept the terms of the Palestinian resistance.
It came as the regime failed to secure or accomplish any of its military objectives in Gaza, despite bombing hospitals, murdering civilians, as well as eliminating many of the captives.
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