In Israel's fight for survival against tech savvy Hamas terrorists Biden seeks to micromanage the war

 Hamas has increased its technological capabilities so much that it acts like a regular military force

As the Israeli Defense Forces resumed military operations last Friday to eliminate the terrorist threat from Hamas, the Biden administration is inserting itself into Israel's war planning process, teaching the Israelis—who for decades have Fighting for survival – how to conduct the conflict properly.

Washington war "experts" – who arguably have not achieved a single clear military victory since 1945 – insist that Israeli military strategists must adapt their war tactics to make their combat operations more targeted and their attacks more precise. Make changes to plans to minimize casualties, especially civilian casualties.

The Biden administration's demands may sound good, but they are misleading and unfair. Enforcing these requirements would likely prolong the conflict, at the expense of achieving the core mission of eliminating Hamas and its entire supporting infrastructure, ultimately resulting in many Israeli and Palestinian deaths. here's why.

Labeling China, Russia and Iran as the new 'axis of evil' will not neutralize the threats they pose.

Hamas is no longer your grandfather's terrorist gang, as it used to be years ago. Like many other non-state terrorist groups, Hamas has benefited from the democratization of technology, which has made access to weapons, military-grade components, and the information necessary for indigenous production much easier than before. ,

As a result, Hamas now has deadlier, more advanced weapons than it did a decade ago. Its more diverse weapons arsenal makes the terrorists look and fight like a regular military force rather than a non-state terrorist group. This levels the battlefield much more than the 2014 Gaza war between Israeli forces and Hamas.

The use of drone warfare helped Hamas elude the Israelis. During the initial wave of attacks on 7 October, the terrorist group used small tactical drones to attack several Israeli military targets, disrupting infrastructure and destroying surveillance towers, cameras and communications, as the militants advanced towards the southern border. There were incursions, in which about 1,200 people were killed. , This element of surprise enabled Hamas to seize, at least temporarily, what is called the strategic initiative in modern warfare, leaving the Israelis stunned and scrambling to defend themselves.

Hamas has modernized its drone arsenal, which now includes the 'Zouri' suicide drone, named after the late Hamas engineer and drone pilot Mohammed Zouri; Ababil-2 Iranian tactical UAV; Misagh-1 with high-explosive-fragmentation warhead; AK-103-2 and RAAD-T with burst-fire setting, according to Army Recognition, OE Data Integration Network and DroneSec databases.

Hamas has also made significant improvements to its indigenously produced rockets, called Qassam, with the Qassam 3, increasing their range from 2-3 miles in its first iteration to 10 miles. Today's generation of missiles used by Hamas have a range of 150 miles, covering all of Israel.

Hamas has also been a beneficiary of Iranian weapons, technical assistance, and training. In 2020, the State Department assessed that Iran sends $100 million per year to Palestinian terrorist groups, arming and training them to attack Israel and murder its civilians as Hamas did on October 7.

According to the Wall Street Journal, during the weeks before the October 7 terrorist attacks, 500 Hamas militants were trained in special warfare tactics by the Iran Quds Force, the foreign operations arm of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Hamas used combined arms tactics during the attack, synchronizing attacks across air, land and sea, a fighting style used by regular armies.

According to the Wall Street Journal, during the 2023 campaign, Israelis are dying at double the rate of 2014. Upgrades in weapons and tactics are likely the reason why Hamas is a far more lethal force than before, posing an even greater threat to Israeli forces.

On a recent visit to Tel Aviv, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken warned the Israeli leadership, "It is imperative for the United States to stop the enormous loss of civilian life and mass displacement that we saw in northern Gaza in the south." Not to be repeated." He called for "a clear plan that emphasizes the protection of civilians as well as maintaining and expanding humanitarian assistance to Gaza."

Given that Hamas is known to use civilians as human shields, how can the Israelis assure Washington that they will stop civilian deaths? How can the IDF avoid attacking civilian targets if Hamas uses hospitals as operational command centers and storage facilities for weapons and combat gear?

Whether intentionally or not, what the Biden administration is doing is restricting the IDF's freedom of action and flexibility of maneuver, as Israel attempts to eliminate the threat to its existence.


  1. WTF!?! The Israelis are not only the most tech savvy group of people; they also operate the largest cyber army; on this planet.

  2. hilarious! isn'treal is hardly "fighting for survival". its been genocidal for over 100 years. hamas is just isn'treal under cover.


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