Day 156

Chaim starts the video showing a scene of a destroyed building in the Gaza Strip, and he reaches down to pick up a book that was in the building. It is a school book for children and it contains images of “evil” IDF soldiers while Hamas terrorists are shown helping distribute humanitarian aid to civilians.

Chaim then shifts to commentary mode, mentioning that the Muslim holy month of Ramadan is beginning, and he rhetorically asks what his viewers think is likely to happen. He throws out a couple of possibilities, including that it might be the beginning of the “Gog-Magog War” prophecied about in Ezekial 38-39. He also suggests that it might be the beginning of a large war with Hezbollah on the northern border, making it the Third Lebanon War. He mentions that he fought in the Second Lebanon War in 2006, saying it “was not fun.”

He ticks off a few different recent events indicating that things are heating up on the northern border, as well as in Judea and Samaria. He says that the Shin Bet, in cooperation with the IDF and the Border Police, have carried out many operations in Judea and Samaria to try and pre-empt any outbreaks of violence there during Ramadan.

Chaim also mentions the ongoing negotiations for a cease-fire, with Qatar taking the surprising move of declaring that if the Hamas leaders won’t agree to something then they will be ejected from the country, where they live in luxurious hotels.

Iran has reacted angrily to this threat and declared that the only party responsible for the failure of cease-fire talks is Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Meanwhile, Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in Gaza, appears to have completely lost his mind and is declaring that Hamas is on the brink of total victory and doesn’t need to listen to anyone or succumb to anyone’s pressure tactics.

Chaim admits that the situation is very convoluted. But he then declares that the IDF needs to ignore all this and concentrate on its mission of eliminating the threats from terrorists in the Gaza Strip and everywhere else they pose a threat.

Chaim reminds his viewers that God is in control of the situation, no matter how chaotic it might look, and he quotes Isaiah 43:1, “But now, thus says the Lord, who created you, O Jacob, and He who formed you, O Israel: โ€œFear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; You are Mine.”

He concludes by declaring that no power in the world will prevent God from carrying out His plans and purposes.

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