🤥 Israel is left with no choice but to use military force to free its hostages held by terrorists like Hamas.

Answer 1

The Israeli onslaught on Gaza has not only resulted in the murder of tens of thousands of Palestinian civilians but of at least 60 Israelis held in Gaza. If the Israeli military cared about the wellbeing of the hostages they would have accepted the many offers by Hamas to negotiate an exchange.

Answer 2

A ceasefire is crucial to halt the illegal and disproportionate collective punishment inflicted on Gaza’s civilians and to facilitate the return of Israelis held captive there. Ceasefires and negotiations for prisoner swaps are the sole viable way forward.

Answer 3

There is ample proof that the safe release of hostages can only occur through a ceasefire, as happened with the exchanges during the six day pause in hostilities in late November. Israel’s military campaign itself has only managed to free one hostage over the course of nearly three months of bombardment and a ground invasion. In this same time it has slaughtered tens of thousands of Palestinian civilians as well as killing dozens of Israeli hostages. It is clear that without a ceasefire, there will be no hostages left to save.

Answer 4

This illustrates the recurring double standard of victimhood promoted by Zionists. Palestinians, who have been collectively held hostage by the Zionist state for decades, are constantly expected to overlook this reality when negotiating, voicing their grievances globally, and even in their acts of resistance, as seen in reactions to events like October 7.

Answer 5

On October 7, there were 1,310 Palestinians held by Israel in illegal administrative detention, without charge or trial.This practice, denounced by both international and Israeli human rights organizations, bears no effective distinction from hostage-taking. Therefore, why are Palestinians expected to await the release of Israeli hostages for their suffering to cease, when Israeli hostage-taking persists unchecked, even during so-called times of “peace”?