Israel War Enters New Phase
As Israel entering a new phase in the war, its economy is struggling. Thank God for the service of these American volunteers!
From CBN. The Israeli military says it has expanded its operation in southern Gaza, and U.S. officials say the bulk of the fighting may be over by January.
Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi says a new phase of the military campaign has begun.
“In the last few days, we have moved to the third phase of the ground operations,” Halevi explained. …
Israeli forces are fighting now in Khan Younis, the capital of Hamas in the southern Gaza Strip. The Biden administration reportedly expects the current phase to be over by January …
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu again emphasized that Gaza must be demilitarized after the war, and only the IDF can be trusted to do it. …
Meanwhile, as the fighting between Israel and Hamas terrorists begins its third month, it’s straining much of the country’s economy. Given the number of military reservists supporting the fight, local farms are short on manpower.
That’s where a group of American volunteer cowboys has stepped in, traveling to Israel on their own dime to help fill the gap.
One of them, Ezekiel Strain, told CBN News, “…There’s just not enough people around right now to take care of all the crops; so we’re here to help fill that gap however we can.”
Another cowboy volunteer, Luke Gutzler, told us, “Once I got the call, I dropped everything and headed right over. Israel is in trouble and needs help, so it was an easy decision to buy a plane ticket and get here as fast as I could.” He added, “I think it’s important for people from other nations to stand in solidarity with Israel, especially during difficult times like this.” …
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(Excerpt from CBN. Photo Credit: edb3_16/Getty Images via Canva Pro)
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