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Netanyahu in Christmas Visit to Troops in Gaza: We Will ‘Continue Until the End’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Israeli troops in the northern Gaza Strip, expressing his admiration and support for their efforts.

He assured the soldiers of their safety and emphasized that the war against Hamas will continue until the end.

“I am here with you in the northern Gaza Strip and I am extraordinarily impressed,” Netanyahu said. (Trending: Trans Athlete Breaks College Record After Joining Women’s Team)

“Previously, I told your commanders, and you, as reservists, as soldiers – we are proud of you and rely on you. We see the determination and the desire to continue on until the end.”

“Then I have two things to tell you: First, we will do everything to maintain your safety and your lives. While we want to pursue the mission, we want to safeguard you even more. That is the first – and most important – thing.”

“Second, we are not stopping. Whoever talks about stopping – there is no such thing. We are not stopping. The war will continue until the end, until we finish it, no less.”

“I know that you left your families and that your families support you. That is amazing. That is the power – the key to victory.”

“We left two of our friends here,” one soldier said.

“I know. Not a few, and dear friends. For this we are continuing. The testament is to continue,” Netanyahu responded.

“It is important that you came and it is important that they know that we will go wherever you tell us – we will win. Not ‘close’, not ‘more or less’ – until the end. We will win,” 261st Brigade Commander Yehuda Wach said.

Netanyahu also thanked Christians for their support of Israel.

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