In a live update from Israel, Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini shared his analysis of the expected invasion of Gaza. With military activity in the background, Avi informed viewers that his sources were indicating that Israeli officials would provide an update on the recent killing of a Hamas leader. However, negotiations over dual-nationality hostages have caused delays in the invasion.
Avi explained that the expected release of 50 hostages last week turned into just two Americans due to a breakdown in communication. This breakdown has made it difficult to determine when the invasion of Gaza will occur. Despite the delays, Avi emphasized that the ground invasion will happen.
Meanwhile, rockets continue to be fired from Gaza, surprising given the strikes carried out by Israeli forces against targets in the region. Avi remarked, “Imagine they put that effort into taking care of their own citizens instead of trying to kill their neighbors.” These ongoing attacks serve as a reminder to Israeli citizens of the need for action.
Avi also discussed how he has been gathering information on the ground, highlighting his interest in hearing from the people who will march across the border. He teased upcoming interviews with police special forces who helped recapture Sderot after Hamas terrorists attacked the border city.
Regarding U.S. involvement, Avi stated that the situation is still in a “wait and see” stage. However, he does not expect American forces to be engaged in any fighting. Avi believes that whatever action is taken, it will have to come from Israel.
One question that Avi has been exploring is how Israel failed to detect such a large-scale attack. He has asked various individuals, including political figures, activists, and military members, and the consensus is that many answers are needed. However, Avi acknowledges that it is not the most important issue currently, as winning the war takes precedence.
Avi’s trip from Australia to Israel was motivated by this question, but now that he is there, he understands that it is crucial to focus on the current fight. He stated, “Even if you find out who is at fault, if you lose this war, what does it matter? Because none of them will be here to answer what went wrong.”
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