Israel Declares War On Hamas After Surprise Missile Attack Funded by the Biden Regime

by J Pelkey
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On the 22nd Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Joe Biden finalized an agreement to allocate $6 billion to the Iranian government in exchange for the potential release of up to five detained U.S. dual nationals held by the oppressive regime.

Iran has long been recognized as one of the top state sponsors of terrorism.

John Hudson, an affiliate of the Biden administration, reported this development for The Washington Post.

As part of this arrangement, the Biden administration has granted banks a waiver, enabling the transfer of $6 billion in previously frozen Iranian oil funds without concern for U.S. sanctions. This step is crucial in securing the release of five American citizens who have been detained in Iran. Additionally, as part of the agreement, the administration will release five Iranian citizens who were detained in the United States.

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Congress was officially informed of this development on Monday, likely bringing relief to the families and supporters of U.S. prisoners, many of whom have patiently awaited the return of the detainees for several years. However, this agreement is expected to face severe criticism from congressional Republicans who oppose any deal permitting the release of frozen Iranian assets. These funds are currently being transferred from South Korea to Qatar and are designated for the purchase of humanitarian necessities such as food and medicine.

The accord marks a significant breakthrough for these long-standing adversaries, even though they continue to be at odds on numerous fronts, including the rapid expansion of Tehran’s nuclear program, its ongoing military support for Russia, and Iran’s stern suppression of dissent.

Three weeks ago, President Trump predicted that Iran would use the funds to finance its military and regional ambitions.

He was right… again.

Hamas, an Islamist proxy of Iran, launched a surprise attack on the Sabbath, firing more than 5,000 missiles into Israel.

And President Trump called it 3 weeks ago.

Israel has officially declared a war against the terrorist organization Hamas.

Following an onslaught by the Hamas terror group, which fired nearly 5,000 rockets into Israel and saw militants seizing several IDF tanks, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel is now at war with Hamas.

In an emergency alert, Netanyahu said that those responsible for attacking Israel will face severe consequences.

Netanyahu declared, “Citizens of Israel, we are at war. Not an operation, not a round [of fighting,] at war! This morning Hamas initiated a murderous surprise attack against the state of Israel and its citizens.”

Via Times of Israel:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel “is at war” after Hamas launched a devastating surprise attack on the country on Saturday, and vowed to exact an “unprecedented price” from the terror group.

“Citizens of Israel, we are at war. Not an operation, not a round [of fighting,] at war! This morning Hamas initiated a murderous surprise attack against the state of Israel and its citizens,” Netanyahu said in his filmed statement in Hebrew.

The statement, which appeared to have been filmed at the Israel Defense Forces headquarters in Tel Aviv, was posted at around 11 a.m., several hours into the fighting that erupted after Hamas fired thousands of rockets into Israel and dozens of gunmen crossed the border with the Gaza Strip and invaded multiple Israeli towns and communities.

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At least 40 Israelis were confirmed killed and hundreds wounded by early afternoon. Additional casualties were reported from the Gaza border communities, where gun battles still raged between the IDF and terrorists who were seen roaming freely in several places.

Here are the scenes from Israel Saturday morning:

Joe Biden has blood on his hands.

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