Chaim starts by saying that Israel didn’t want this war but the defense force has to defend the country and its people. Hostages need to be rescued and deterrence needs to be restored.
He says that he personally witnessed the aftermath of the massacre of Israeli civilians which occurred on 7 October and says that what he saw is “something that we have to put an end to”. He acknowledges that some of his fellow soldiers have died and that there are bodies of hostages who still haven’t been identified and there are many more who are in hospitals trying to recover from their wounds, but some of them won’t recover.
He also notes that many of the soldiers deployed to fight in this war have regular jobs and lives they’ve left behind. But he also says that the civilians have a tough situation, with many people having been forced to take refuge in hotels and staying with relatives or friends away from their homes, which aren’t safe for them because of the rocket attacks.
But he also says that he’s seen some amazing things, people who are helping out in many ways and the country coming together like never before to face this crisis.
Next he transitions to sharing some thoughts about how the Muslim population of the world is around 1.2 billion, or 20% of the world, and have recieved just 7 Nobel Prizes for different things and although the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Yasser Arafat is a little dodgy Chaim says “at least these guys tried” to contribute something positive to the world.
He then makes a comparison that there are around 14 million Jews in the world but there have been 129 Nobel Prizes awarded to Jewish people for many different things.
He asks a rhetorical question about how this situation came about and he offers a suggestion to the Moslem population of the world to not teach their children to hate Jews and Christians and to act out that hatred by carrying out terrorist attacks against them.
He says that it’s time for everyone to ask themselves how we can be a blessing in the world and not a curse.
He concludes by quoting Psalms 138:7; Though I walk in the midst of trouble, You will revive me; You will stretch out Your hand against the wrath of my enemies, and Your right hand will save me.
He encourages his viewers to do their part by standing with Israel and praying for the truth to be heard. He also thanks his viewers for standing with the Emergency Aid Initiative at the Aliyah Return Center so that we can help people who need assistance in this crisis.