Israel Vs Hamas: Israel Reveals Another Shocking Discovery After First Miracle In Gaza

Israel has revealed a shocking discovery in a bid to wade off the growing propaganda as the war against Hamas intensifies.

It’s a deliberate attempt to debunk a series of opinions by supporters of Hamas and Palestine who show solidarity with them by digging out historical context to appeal to the international community for immediate action.

In this regard, Israel has published a map of Palestine dated 1917 including parts of today’s Jordan.

According to an Israeli Commentator, this is not tagged miracle but proof that Palestinians are on the wrong part.
“Every map of Palestine before 1917 includes parts of today’s Jordan. Yet today’s Palestinians don’t claim one square inch of THAT part of Palestine.
“Since 1948, they’ve only claimed land that Jews control – and nothing else. I wonder why.”

Recall that Israel had earlier recorded the first-ever miracle since the outbreak of the lingering crisis against Hamas.
For about three months and still counting Israel woke up counting their losses following a deadly attack by Hamas on Sunday night the 7th of October, 2023. The monumental effects of the incident remain indelible on the victims’ families, the nation, and their friends across the globe.

Consequently, the Israeli government declared absolute retribution to retaliate for the death of their citizens. Such an unprecedented event has resulted in the loss of dozens of the former number in the attack that triggered the latter.

Meanwhile, in the nick of time, the situation aggravates leading to several calls for a ceasefire. This has also become pertinent to both conflicting nations as Israel fights for the release of over a hundred citizens taken hostage by Hamas. It would be recalled that there has been a swift agreement to swap out members held hostage by both nations.

Barely an Israeli citizen released a clip titled #BYEHAMAS, the first-ever miracle occurred to the chagrin of the world. According to a situation report from the battlefield, an Israeli Defense Force Soldier narrowly escaped death when a bullet fired by Hamas was suddenly stopped by a book of Psalms he had in his vest.

The scenario of the incident is being described by Israelites as miraculous as nothing according to them could have led to the stoppage of bullets than miracles.

Questions about the circumstances surrounding the claim prevail as people continue to ask if the Biblical God of Israel has manifested again to defend the people on the battlefield against their enemies. “Has the Biblical God of Israel intervened?

The Second miracle according to the Israeli loyalists was a melodramatic moment when a Turkish Member of Parliament, Hasan Bismet on Tuesday slumped to the floor after reportedly suffering a heart attack during a plenary session after speaking out strongly against Israel and saying that it would suffer the ‘wrath of Allah.’

In a video posted by Visegrad 24, Mr Hasan is seen slumping to the floor shortly after he attacked the Israeli government for its ongoing attack in Gaza.

“Drama in the Turkish Parliament today. The MP Hasan Bismet spoke out strongly against Israel, and shouted about Israeli suffering the ‘wrath of Allah’. Seconds later, he had a heart attack,” Visegrad 24 captioned the video.

Fellow members of the parliament quickly rushed to his side.

Time of Israel also quoted Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca as saying Bitmez was hospitalized and his condition was “extremely critical and serious.”

In November, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also called Israel a “terror state”, while condemning the assault on the besieged Gaza Strip.

Erdogan said that Israel’s military campaign against the Palestinian armed group Hamas included “the most treacherous attacks in human history” with “unlimited” support from the West.

He called for Israeli leaders to be tried for war crimes at the International Court of Justice in The Hague and repeated his view – and Turkey’s position – that Hamas is not a “terrorist organization” but a political party that won the last Palestinian legislative elections held in 2006.


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