Netanyahu Reveals His Own ‘Red Line’ in Dealing With Hamas, Says ‘Victory Is Within Reach’

Published March 11, 2024

After President Joe Biden said Saturday that Israel invading the Gazan city of Rafah, where many refugees from northern Gaza have relocated, would be a “red line” regarding America’s support, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu replied that Israel will indeed invade Rafah because his own red line is “that October 7th doesn’t happen again, never happens again.”

Netanyahu’s remarks also come amid reports that the Biden administration is attempting regime change in Israel, and after Biden was caught in a hot mic moment after Thursday’s State of the Union address saying that he was going to have a “come to Jesus” moment with “Bibi.”

In an interview with MSNBC Saturday, Biden said that Israel going into Rafah would be a “red line” regarding America’s support but that he was “never gonna leave Israel.”

The Prime Minister’s comments about Rafah were made in an interview with BILD in which he was asked, “You’re 100 percent sure that you go into Rafah?” Netanyahu replied:

We’ll go there. We’re not going to leave them. You know, I have a red line. You know what the red line is? That October 7th doesn’t happen again, never happens again. And to do that, we have to complete the destruction of the Hamas terrorist army. Basically, when I talk to leaders in the region, as I do often, including today — Arab leaders. When I talk to others, they understand that and even agree with it, quietly, because it’s not now comfortable to stand publicly and say, “You have to get rid of Hamas, if we’re going to have a better future.” But as we do so, and that’s something that I do not only not disagree with the president, I agree with him completely. We have to do it while enabling the safe evacuation of Palestinians, civilians…



RELATED: Israel’s Netanyahu Ignores Biden’s ‘Red Line’ on Palestine, Will Proceed With Rafah Invasion

Published March 11, 2024

Israel Prime Minister will ignore Joe Biden’s “red line” in his war against Hamas by proceeding with an invasion of the Palestinian city of Rafah, he announced on Sunday.

In an interview with Politico, Netanyahu confirmed that he would proceed with an invasion of the  Rafah on the southern border of the Gaza Strip with Egypt, disregarding Biden’s protests on the matter.

“We’ll go there. We’re not going to leave,” he explained. “You know, I have a red line. You know what the red line is, that October 7 doesn’t happen again. Never happens again.”

When asked about Biden’s concerns, Netanyahu said he was not sure “exactly what the president meant,” but that he was “wrong on both counts.”




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