Written by Elijah J. Magnier: It’s now abundantly clear that tensions between Egypt and Israel have escalated significantly. Cairo has issued a definitive statement declaring that Israel’s attempts to transfer Palestinians into Sinai forcibly are unacceptable and constitute a violation of a vital border. Egypt stresses that this move not only endangers its national security […]Read More How does Israel intend to jeopardise Egypt’s security with its aggressive campaign against the Palestinians?
Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Galant has warned that he may resort to military intervention to force Hezbollah to withdraw 40 kilometres from the Lebanese border. The question is whether Israel will follow through on this threat, potentially opening a new front during or after the ongoing conflict in Gaza. Since the beginning of the Al-Aqsa […]Read More Will Israel open fire on Lebanon as it did on Gaza?
Written by Elijah J. Magnier: The Israeli military has encircled Khan Yunis in southern Gaza and areas in the north, launching a major operation aimed at crushing the Hamas movement and the broader Palestinian resistance. This strategy is part of a more comprehensive plan to subjugate the entire Palestinian population if successful. According to a […]Read More The Palestinian resistance hoped for the occupation army to sink into Gaza’s quagmire.
By Elijah J. Magnier: Israel has resumed military operations in Gaza after a one-week hiatus, escalating violence against civilians and intensifying its presence in the southern part of the Strip, an area heavily populated by displaced persons from northern Gaza. This renewed aggression has resulted in further heavy civilian casualties and widespread destruction of infrastructure. […]Read More Gaza Under Fire: Deciphering the US’s Ambivalent Position
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israel has resumed military operations in Gaza, a decision driven by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s response to internal political pressures and external negotiating dynamics. Faced with the possible collapse of his coalition and the risk of early elections that could end his political career, Netanyahu was also wary of […]Read More That’s why Israel resumed the war and rejected Hamas’ proposals for an exchange.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces difficult decisions that could significantly impact his political future in a complex political landscape. Amid growing international pressure for a lasting ceasefire in Gaza, Netanyahu is caught between the demands of his key allies, the United States and Europe, and the intransigence of […]Read More Hamas is preparing for war, and Netanyahu faces bad choices
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Israeli forces in northern Gaza are undergoing a strategic shift as they move from active engagement to fortifying their positions amid ongoing prisoner exchange negotiations. As Palestinians and Israelis await the arrival of more batches of prisoners, including women and children, Israeli troops in northern Gaza are moving away from various frontlines. Their […]Read More Israel is redeploying in the north, and the bodies of foreigners and Israelis are under the rubble, awaiting negotiations.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: The ongoing ceasefire in Gaza, due to expire on Tuesday morning, has put the Israeli government in a difficult position as international calls for its extension grow louder. Qatar has stepped in to broker an extension of the ceasefire, acknowledged by both parties, for an additional two days, with […]Read More Israel’s Balancing Act: Extending the Gaza Truce Amid Growing Criticism
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In a remarkable display of resilience and hope, Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza have erupted in joy and celebration following the release of prisoners from Israeli custody. Against a backdrop of destruction, loss and years of suffering under Israeli detention, the streets were filled with jubilant cheers […]Read More A Fragile Peace: Palestinian Joy Meets the Reality of Ceasefire’s Uncertainty
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In a significant diplomatic effort, Qatar, with the support of Egypt and the United States, successfully brokered a four-day ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian resistance in Gaza. This temporary ceasefire, aimed at de-escalating the intense conflict that has gripped the region, focuses on facilitating critical humanitarian aid and the exchange of […]Read More A Fragile Truce Between Hope and Scepticism: Unpacking the Dynamics of the Gaza Ceasefire
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In an illuminating revelation, a statement by an anonymous but senior European diplomat has surfaced concerning Gaza’s conflict. It offers a controversial and thought-provoking perspective on the role of Western nations, particularly the United States, in Israel’s military actions against Palestinians in Gaza. This claim could have far-reaching implications for understanding […]Read More Behind the Scenes: The Role of the US and Europe in Israel’s Gaza Operations
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In the more than six weeks since Operation Al-Aqsa Flood began, Israel’s objectives under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have come under increasing domestic and international scrutiny. By concentrating its efforts on a relatively small area in northern Gaza, the Israeli government and military have faced domestic accusations of failing […]Read More The Palestinian resistance is holding, and killing their families and other civilians will not discourage them or free the hostages.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: There have been many questions as to why Hezbollah did not fully engage in an all-out war in the conflict known as the “Al-Aqsa Flood”. Hezbollah chose to maintain a supportive and engaging role rather than fully immerse itself in this conflict, even though the Israeli occupation forces were […]Read More Why did Hezbollah not declare total war on Israel, Taking advantage of “Al-Aqsa Flood”?
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: As the conflict in Gaza continues, questions are being raised about possible Israeli military involvement in Lebanon and the potentiality of a second front. In Lebanon, as in many countries in the Middle East and the West, speculation is rife about the likelihood of Israel launching a war against […]Read More Why Israel will not wage war on Lebanon during its war on Gaza.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s military strategy for Gaza, specifically targeting the northern areas to create a buffer zone appears more defined, its implementation faces significant hurdles. This strategy, aimed at totally neutralising and defeating Hamas and gaining territorial control, has met with considerable resistance and logistical challenges. Despite deploying a formidable force of […]Read More Israel’s Challenging Military Operation and its Pursuit of a Buffer Zone in Gaza’s North
A New Theatre of Conflict: Israel’s Military Advances from Homs to Lebanon to Eilat. Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In a significant shift in the dynamics of the Middle East conflict, Israel has recently escalated its military operations, breaking long-standing rules of engagement with Hezbollah. In particular, this […]Read More A New Theatre of Conflict: Israel’s Military Advances from Homs to Lebanon to Eilat.
Israel’s ethnic cleansing: 2023 Palestinian exodus from northern Gaza. Elijah J. Magnier: As dawn broke over the besieged Gaza Strip, the distant rumble of tanks and the whirr of drones signalled a new chapter in the long-running conflict. In a calculated display of military precision, Israeli forces have launched a multi-front offensive, entering the coastal […]Read More Gaza’s Defiance: US-Israeli Alliances and the Ethics of War
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In a stark revelation of the escalating conflict, Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” has cast a harsh light on the Israeli-Zionist approach to the Palestinian conflict. Reports have emerged of derogatory language used by Israeli government officials against Palestinians, with some officials going so far as to suggest that the use of nuclear […]Read More Has the countdown to war to annihilate the people of Gaza begun?
From Siege to Exodus: The Looming Threat of a Second Palestinian Nakba” Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In an alarming statement that has raised tensions across the Middle East, Israeli Heritage Minister Amichai Eliyahu has publicly acknowledged Israel’s nuclear capabilities for the first time. This unprecedented admission has reverberated worldwide, bringing a new level […]Read More From Siege to Exodus: The Looming Threat of a Second Palestinian “Nakba”
By Elijah J. Magnier: Hezbollah has historically been a significant player in the broader Middle East conflict, particularly in its confrontations with Israel. Its stance on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is well known, as it has always expressed solidarity with the Palestinian cause. However, predicting specific actions or decisions by Hezbollah is speculative. While Hezbollah can open […]Read More What is the role expected of Hezbollah in the Gaza war?
By Elijah J. Magnier: In the ever-evolving landscape of the Gaza conflict, Israel’s military strategy is undergoing a significant shift. Currently, the Israeli Army is concentrating its efforts on the more vulnerable regions of Gaza City, particularly the northeast and northwest sectors. These areas, which are narrower than the wider Gaza Strip, are witnessing a […]Read More Israel’s Tactical Shift in Gaza: A ground invasion on its way
By Elijah J. Magnier: The unfolding situation in Gaza is a testament to the complexities of modern warfare and the indomitable spirit of Resistance. Israel’s ground offensive, diplomatically termed a “ground operation”, is undeniably progressing, especially on the Gaza City front. However, the tactics used reveal a deeper strategic intention. In a calculated move, Israeli […]Read More The Gaza Quagmire: Media and Psychological Warfare and Netanyahu’s Leadership Under the Microscope
By Elijah J. Magnier: As the ground invasion of Gaza intensifies, Israel’s strategic objectives remain shrouded in ambiguity and uncertainty. Launched from multiple directions, the incursion underscores Israel’s commitment to a multifaceted approach. Yet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his close-knit mini-war council, which includes Defence Minister Yoav Galant and Opposition Leader Benny Gantz, remain […]Read More Ground invasion of Gaza: Israel’s fight for the impossible goal.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnier: In a significant shift from its traditional tactics, Israel has changed its approach to ground invasions. Instead of its usual strategy, Israel has now launched a series of ground operations against the Gaza Strip, both on land and at sea. A bombardment of unprecedented intensity has preceded this change. […]Read More Gaza’s Underground Front: Palestinian strategy beneath the rubble in the face of Israel’s intensified onslaught.
Written by – Elijah J. Magnair: In a recent tactical move, Israel briefly sent its forces into the Gaza Strip, withdrawing shortly after that, claiming to have “achieved its objectives”. However, the broader objectives that Israel had outlined as neutralising the Hamas organisation in Gaza appear to remain unfulfilled. This leaves Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu […]Read More Israel’s tactical incursion into Gaza: Are the Goals Achievable?