Chaim starts the video by announcing that the IDF plan to flood the Hamas terror tunnel network in Gaza with seawater has commenced, although it is going slowly at first. He asks his viewers to pray for the success of this operation.

He then mentions the threat by the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen to increase their attacks on international shipping in the Red Sea if Saudi Arabia joins the Abraham Accords normalization agreements with Israel. This would have global repercussions including probably drawing the major powers into a bigger war.

The IDF, Chaim says, is doing its part by trying to defeat Hamas as quickly as possible. The stronghold city of Khan Younis has been completely surrounded by the IDF and leaflets are being dropped quoting a verse from the Islamic holy book warning of a “flood” which will carry away the “evildoers” and Chaim says that is what is called for in the current circumstances.

He also mentions that it’s the first night of Hanukkah but the troops are too busy to light candles the way it’s supposed to be done, so they’ll just have to improvise as best they can.

He then quotes the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., “If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving.”

He says that this is a very difficult period in this war against Hamas, but the IDF won’t relent until the job is done. He quotes Amos 1:6-7; Thus says the Lord: โ€œFor three transgressions of Gaza, and for four, I will not turn away its punishment, because they took captive the whole captivity, to deliver them up to Edom. But I will send a fire upon the wall of Gaza, which shall devour its palaces.

Chaim concludes by thanking his viewers for standing with Israel in a battle of truth against lies, light against darkness, good against evil and freedom verses slavery. The video ends with a brief clip of Martin Luther King Jr. talking about Israel’s right to exist and as a bastion of democracy.

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