Israeli PM Netanyahu rejected the ‘Presidential advice’, but responded respectably during his phone-call with U.S. President Biden, “I am determined to continue this operation until its goal, to restore peace & security, is achieved.”
Arutz Sheva Staff
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed his conversation with Joe Biden and rejected his proposal to end the operation.
“I appreciate the support of US President Joe Biden for the State of Israel’s right to self-defense. I am determined to continue this operation until its goal – to restore peace and security – is achieved.”
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PM Netanyahu at the ‘Kirya’, the IDF HQ with IDF & IAF chiefs.
Arabs celebrated after a bomb ripped through a bus in Tel Aviv Wednesday, injuring over 20 people.
Arabs living in Lebanese refugee camps celebrated Wednesday after a bomb ripped through a bus in Tel Aviv, injuring over twenty people.
Arab terrorists – Reuters
In Nahr al-Bared camp in north Lebanon muezzins sang out words of praise to G-d via their megaphones, while fireworks lit the sky and terrorists handed out sweets, AFP reported.
In Ain al-Hilweh near the southern city of Sidon, fighters shot live rounds into the air and chanted religious texts.
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