A Liberal Commentator Did Not Just Tweet This About the Israeli Hostage Operation

Published June 10, 2024

Normal people are celebrating the release of four Israeli hostages who were rescued this weekend. With liberal media members and pro-Hamas acolytes, they’re grieving. Reportedly, the raid killed at least 200 civilians. If that happened because I don’t trust Hamas death totals, then so be it. The hostages were found among the civilian population. They were keeping them detained. Spencer wrote about this daring rescue operation on Saturday:

A joint statement released by the IDF, Shin Bet, and Israeli police said a “complex operation” liberated Noa Argamani (25), Almog Meir (21), Andrei Kozlov (27), and Shlomi Ziv (40) — all four of which were kidnapped by Hamas from the Nova Music Festival during the Iran-backed terrorists’ October 7 massacre.

Officials said the four hostages were rescued from two separate locations in Nuseirat in central Gaza. Not for nothing, the area is also home to a refugee camp, another instance of Hamas terrorists trying to hide behind and among civilians.

In this case, not only was Hamas keeping hostages in a civilian area, but the hostages were being held in civilian homes and civilians knew the hostages were there.

The usual suspects are howling over the civilian deaths. Ex-MSNBC host Krystal Ball had one of the most incredible tweets about the raid, and not in a good way. This post goes into the hall of fame of media idiocy. How dense do you have to be to write this [emphasis mine]:


SOURCE: www.townhall.com

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Published June 10, 2024

On Saturday morning Israeli forces stormed two buildings in Nuseirat, Gaza. Their mission was to rescue four hostages being held in the “refugee camp,” all of whom were taken from the Nova Music Festival on October 7th.

What they found wasn’t a Hamas command center, though. Instead, the hostages were being kept in alleged civilian households. Fierce fighting broke out, with a “journalist” named Abdullah Al Jamal killed as one of the apartments was breached. That led to immediate claims that Israel had indiscriminately gunned down a member of the press.

The truth was far more sinister. As RedState’s Jennifer Van Laar first reported, the three male hostages who were successfully rescued were being held captive by Al Jamal.

As we noted in numerous stories about Israel’s rescue mission, the four hostages rescued were not held in tunnels or prisons; they were held in the homes of alleged civilians in residential areas in Nuseirat. I say “alleged civilians” because if these people were holding Israeli hostages for eight months they’re absolutely part of Hamas and are combatants, not civilians.

One of those alleged civilians, it’s now confirmed, was Abdullah Al Jamal, who bills himself as a journalist and who most recently wrote for a United States-based 501(c)(3) NGO, The Palestine Chronicle. He also wrote at least one piece for Al Jazeera. The Israeli government confirmed Sunday that Al Jamal, who was neutralized by IDF rescuers, held three hostages captive in his family home.

What is described above is the same game pro-Palestinians have been playing for decades. In Gaza, everyone is a “civilian.” That means that no matter how many of those killed during the hostage rescue were combatants, they will be treated as innocents. The Hamas-controlled “Gaza Ministry of Health” does not distinguish between Hamas and civilians specifically for the propaganda boost.


SOURCE: www.redstate.com

RELATED: Journalist, doctor held Israelis hostage in Gaza

They were reportedly killed along with other family members during Israel’s Nuseirat rescue operation.

The parents of rescued Israeli-Russian hostage Andrey Kozlov at the airport in Saint Petersburg on their way to Israel, June 8, 2024. (Israeli Foreign Ministry)
Published June 10, 2024

A journalist and a doctor were among the family members holding Israeli hostages in their home in Nuseirat in the central Gaza Strip, the Israel Defense Forces confirmed on Sunday night.

“Following checks by the IDF and the Shin Bet, it can be confirmed that [journalist] Abdullah al-Jamal was an operative of the Hamas terrorist organization, who kept the hostages Almog Meir, Andrey Kozlov and Shlomi Ziv in his family home in Nuseirat,” the military said in a statement posted to X.

“Abdullah’s family home held hostages alongside family members. This is further proof that the Hamas terrorist organization uses the civilian population as a human shield,” the statement added.

Al-Jamal was killed during the raid, according to EuroMed, a Geneva-based NGO led by Gaza-born Palestinian financial expert Ramy Abdu and Richard Falk, a harsh critic of the Jewish state and the former United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories.

“In an initial testimony documenting the killings committed by the Israeli army in the Nuseirat camp today, the @EuroMedHR reported that the Israeli army used a ladder to enter the home of Dr. Ahmed Al-Jamal,” Abdu tweeted.


SOURCE: www.jewishchronicle.com


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