SINCE ‘Hamas’ removed Gaza Strip from the Palestinian consensus, selected division of what is already divided and abducted its people; more than a million Palestinians have not been enjoying tranquility.
Whenever they are about to come out of war, the Iranian wing puts them in another war; in addition to Israeli bombardment almost daily in response to rockets being fired at the settlements in South Israel.
Every time Iran pokes ‘Hamas’ into violating the ceasefire, Egypt goes through the trouble of reinstating it and then the former promises not to violate it. However, someone who is used to breaching agreements is also used to obeying its operators in Tehran.
The recent ceasefire brokered by Egypt due to ‘Hamas’ provocation of Israel and firing a rocket at Tel Aviv received a response which represents drawing new red lines after the movement crossed the previous red lines.
The targets that Israel hit were painful, especially bombarding the political office of ‘Hamas’; as this has put its leadership under the scope and compelled it to yield to ceasefire which, without a doubt, will not last long.
The one who breached the Makkah Treaty signed in the vicinity of the Holy House of Allah will not settle and leave the people of Gaza to enjoy peace and tranquility, let alone the increasing spikes of choking living standards and lack of reconstruction of what ‘Hamas’ pushed into destruction after the hired wars.
It is known that Iran has its hands in the region, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen and Gaza. It uses these hands in its conflict with the international community which is convinced that there is no solution to Persian terrorism except by providing more support for the people of Iran to uproot the Mullah regime and to shatter its terrorism network in various parts of the world.
Based on this, the international community should deal with Gaza. The Israeli prime minister was crystal clear in drawing new red lines in the equation of ‘Hamas’ rockets versus the security of settlements when he said: “Our response to ‘Hamas’ was strong and we will not hesitate in entering Gaza if the need arises.”
This means Israel will not wait long to obliterate the movement and militias affiliated to the regime in Tehran. Without any doubt, it opens the doors of misery to the innocent in Gaza because war will be with the blood and flesh of Palestinians while Iran will bet on the outcome of that incursion.
Undoubtedly, the Mullahs will lose, similar to the losses it incurred in every bet it made in the past. Today’s challenge is much greater than the previous, considering there is no open side at play under the pretext of ‘fighting DAESH’. This means breaching the ceasefire, which is currently in limbo, will lead to an all-out war.
This is not a far-fetched prediction due to the nature of relations between ‘Hamas’ and Tehran which will never stop its terrorist demeanor unless the regime of peacocks falls. Thus, the people of Iran will find the rest they deserve together with the region that the Mullahs regard as the ground for carrying out their destructive schemes.