Day 233 Swords of Iron – “If your enemy is hungry, give him food, IN A WAR”

Chaim starts by rhetorically asking who wants to be fighting a war in the summer time, when there’s so many better things to be doing. But he says that brave people ARE coming to Gaza to fight this war against terror and evil, and in any case, it’s a bright sunshiny day and he’s trying to enjoy it as best he can.

Next he quotes Isaiah 40:1, “Comfort, yes, comfort My people!” Says your God.”

He contrasts this statement with the actions of the International Criminal Court at the Hague, which demanded that Israel stop it’s military operations in Rafah because it’s causing discomfort to Palestinian residents who must evacuate in order to be out of harm’s way.

Chaim points out that the presiding judge is a Lebanese citizen who has actually run for elected office in that country. Lebanon is still officially at war with Israel, making this a clear conflict of interest for this judge, but that doesn’t seem to matter to anyone. Also, Chaim points out that there is fire being directed at Israel by Hezbollah from Lebanese territory, forcing tens of thousands of Israelis to evacuate their homes in order to be out of harms way. Tends of thousands of Lebanese civilians have also been forced to evacuate their homes in the south of the country because of this, but no one anywhere seems to care about any of this.

Also, a barrage of rockets was launched from within Rafah towards Tel Aviv and central Israel on Sunday, but again, no one seems to care.

Chaim asks his viewers to continue praying for his safety as he is still going into harms way frequently, but he then asks them to switch focus once again to Israel’s northern border region.

Hezbollah has tens of thousands of rockets, including many that have highly accurate guidance systems, which can cause enormous damage in the event of a full-scale war. So Chaim asks that his viewers be in prayer about this.

He then mentions the enormous amounts of humanitarian aid which is being delivered into Gaza, and he sends it over to his friend Doran who is on the scene in Gaza City and can see with his own eyes the US-built pier which is being used to deliverr this aid directly into the Strip.

Next, Chaim quotes Deuteronomy 31:6; Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the Lord your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you.”

The video concludes with two IDF soldiers thanking the supporters of the Aliyah Return Center for giving them the equipment they need to fight this war.

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