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Benjamin Netanyahu To Hamas: 'It's Over, Surrender Now'

U.S. President Joe Biden (L) listens to Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as he joins a meeting of the Israeli war cabinet in Tel Aviv on October 18, 2023, amid the ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. (Photo by Brendan SMIALOWSKI / AFP)

JERUSALEM (CC) - Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, on Sunday during a televised address, threw down the gauntlet, challenging Hamas's terrorists to surrender, instead of dying for a lost cause and a failed leader.

"The war is still ongoing but it is the beginning of the end of Hamas. I say to the Hamas terrorists - it’s over," Netanyahu declared. "Don’t die for [Yahya] Sinwar. Surrender now."

Israel's Defense Force is reportedly closing in on Sinwar, who is now stigmatized, or lionized depending on who you talk to, as Hamas's Osama Bin Laden. Netanyahu uses it as a stigma.

Speaking in Hebrew, he declared that, "In the past few days, dozens of Hamas terrorists have surrendered to our forces. They are laying down their weapons and handing themselves over to our heroic fighters."

Hundreds of purported Hamas terrorists have been depicted being stripped and rounded up for interrogation by Israel's troops, who have now saturated the Palestinian organization's strongest-held location in Gaza: Khan Yunin.

Most of Hamas's highest-ranking leaders grew up in or near Khan.

The fog of war continues, as the U.S. terrorist-designated organization's leadership has alleged that all the men depicted as surrending members of their network were actually unarmed, innocent civilians.

Jerusalem has promised to interrogate whosoever surrenders to the IDF, especially those possessing potential Hamas memberships.

Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi recently told his troops that the Hamas terror network was crumbling.

"We are seeing every day more and more terror operatives killed, more and more terror operatives wounded," he stated.

"And in recent days we’re seeing terrorists surrendering — a sign of the disintegration of the system, a sign that we need to push harder."

Abu Obeida of Hamas said in a separate TV broadcast on Sunday: "Neither the fascist enemy and its arrogant leadership, nor its supporters can take their prisoners alive without an exchange and negotiation and meeting the demands of the resistance."

Christians are praying for resistance against evil, for Israel and for clarity in the current fog of war.



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