What Israeli Forces Said To Terrorist Groups After They Killed Leader Is Epic

News broke on Friday that Israel Defense Forces had just successfully carried out Operation “Breaking Dawn,” a mission to attack Palestinian Jihad terrorists located in the Gaza Strip. Reports coming out about the operation have revealed that the IDF killed Tayseer al-Jabari, a senior Islamic Jihad commander who was a supervisor over various terrorist forces.



And while that is major league badassery right there, what’s even cooler is what the IDF said to terrorist groups in the area just after they took him out. This is how you deal with terrorists, folks.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire:

Reports indicated that Palestinian Islamic Jihad was planning an attack on Israelis living near Gaza, forcing the residents to go into hiding. That followed Israel’s arrest of Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s terrorist leader Bassam al-Saadi in Jenin, a hotbed of Palestinian terrorist action, on Monday night. Jabari, killed in the Friday attack, was suspected of planning a terrorist response to the arrest of Saadi.

Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid went on to say, rather bluntly, “Let everyone who rises to attack Israel know that we will reach him.”

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Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz spoke to local authorities in the Israeli communities bordering Gaza, which have been targeted by Palestinian terrorists from Gaza for years.

“The situation in Israel’s south is tense,” Gantz went on to say, according to a report published by Israel National News. “I came here today, with the IDF’s Chief of the General Staff, head of the ISA, and General of the Southern Command, in order to conduct a situational assessment, and to prepare the actions that will remove the threat on this region, in accordance with the operational considerations of the State of Israel.”

“First, I would like to express my support for all of the communities bordering Gaza,” he remarked. “The State of Israel has the duty and responsibility to defend and protect you. The citizens of Israel and the residents of Israel’s south in particular, have shown extraordinary resilience over the years. Our mission is to ensure that the tension ceases and that routine returns. To the southern communities — we stand with you and we will take all the measures required in order to defend you, in a manner that is both decisive and responsible, and that meets the operational considerations set to bring about the desired results.”

And that’s not all. Gantz later addressed the terrorists’ forces that are based in Gaza, letting them know their days are numbered.

To our enemies, and specifically to the leadership of Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, I would like to emphasize: Your time is up. The threat will be removed one way or another. The situation in which several terrorists hold the Gazan people hostage will backfire. Those who harm the ability of 14,000 workers to make a living, who cause produce to sit and spoil at crossing points, and who lead to electricity and food shortages, hurt the people of Gaza first and foremost, and will have to take responsibility,” Gantz stated.

No one should have to be worried about dying on the way to work because some religious fanatic hates them and their way of life. One of the best things about America is how we have freedom of religion. Each person is allowed to believe whatever they want, so long as they aren’t harming one another or taking someone else’s stuff. Pretty simple guidelines to live by, right?

But for whatever reason, this concept just does not take root in the Middle East region of the world. Instead, the Israelis seem to constantly have their back against the ropes against a people group or nation that despises the very fact they exist and attempts to wipe them out.

It’s been that way since the beginning of human history.

This is why the Israelis have become some of the toughest folks in the world. No one knows more about fighting for your very right to exist quite like they do.

He then added, “I would like to address the international community, specifically the countries involved in Gaza: The State of Israel operates in a responsible and restrained manner, from a place of strength,” Gantz asserted. “We will operate with internal resilience and external strength in order to restore routine life in Israel’s south. We do not seek conflict, yet we will not hesitate to defend our citizens, if required. The State of Israel and the IDF will continue its operations, knowing the responsibility we bear on our shoulders — to defend the communities and citizens of Israel’s south. And to defend the citizens of the entire State of Israel.”

Again, that is how you handle terrorists. You don’t let coddle them like liberals in our country attempt to do. No, you instead take a powerful stance against them and let them know that they will not be tolerated. You will not stand for assaults on your people, your country, and your way of life. And then you back up your tough talk with tough actions.

Once these folks know you are serious and not just a bunch of talk, they begin to be a bit more reserved in their activities. But never should monsters such as these be tolerated. Israel has the right idea when it comes to how to approach them. Other nations could learn a thing or two.

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