Top Officials Claims Hamas Can’t Be Beat By Military

As 2024 moves into the heart of the year, the future of America is ominously uncertain. The cost of living has skyrocketed since the beginning of Bidens tenure and the value of the dollar has declined. The working class, which has been shrinking for decades, has had to grapple with the changing realities of American life and attempt to stretch their ever stagnant wages even thinner. Some 60% of citizens are estimated to be living paycheck to paycheck; America decreasingly appears as the land of prosperity.

At the southern border, millions of illegal migrants have entered the nation since early 2021. Biden rescinded many of the former president Donald Trump’s border policies which were seemingly working and helping to mitigate the problem of illegal migration in the country. After several Iranian nationals possibly linked to the instability in the middle east were apprehended at the border, it appears that there is evidence that dangerous individuals from across the globe are using the porous border as a method of infiltration into the union. In early October, the Islamic terrorist group Hamas invaded Israel and murdered over 1,000 innocent civilians. Israel then invaded the Gaza strip, and the conflict escalated. Many other terrorist organizations have entered the fray and attempted to harm Israel. While the United States did not explicitly declare war on Hamas, they have aided Israel. At this point, the nation (and adversaries of America) are acting through third party “proxies”. Recently, a drone that was made in Iran and launched in Yemen was destroyed by the navy.

In another recent development, a top military official has claimed that Israel is incapable of defeating the Islamist terrorist group Hamas through military maneuvers. The foreign affairs chief of the European Union Josep Borrell said Israel needs a political solution to the conflict with Hamas. Tens of thousands have already perished in the hostile military conflict that remains ongoing in the region.