Netanyahu’s Rafah Operation Could Be Central to Wiping Out Hamas, Says NYT Correspondent


New York Times White House and National Security Correspondent David Sanger believes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is correct that the Rafah operation ordered by the International Criminal Court (ICC) could be “central to wiping out Hamas.” According to Sanger, if the Israelis did kill two Hamas terrorists, as they claim, the collateral damage caused by the operation might not be worth the number of terrorists killed.

Sanger argued on CNN’s “News Central” that “if in fact, the Israelis did what they said they did, which was kill two terrorists who were part of Hamas, for understandable reasons, after the October 7 terror attack, if that’s the case, is it worth these numbers you’re getting of the terrorists if the collateral damage is this high? And I think the question pretty well answers itself, it’s why the International Criminal Court ordered Israel to stop the operation.”

Ian Hanchett
Ian Hanchett
Hillsdale graduate.

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