The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have discovered a strategy to defeat Hamas in Gaza City, which they believe will lead to the destruction of the militant organization. The IDF has divided the Strip into North Gaza and South Gaza, with an emphasis on accelerating the exodus of the city’s civilian population. As a result, more than 2/3 of Gaza City’s population has already moved to different camps in the South.
Meanwhile, the United States launched more than 30 missiles against units of Iranian Revolutionary Islamic Guard deployed in Syria and Iraq after attacks on American bases in the region. Despite attempts by the Pentagon to deter these actions, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei launched more attacks, showcasing Iran’s aggression and weakening position in the geopolitical arena.
The US lacks leadership, charisma and decisiveness leading to Iran becoming increasingly aggressive and launching its own nuclear missiles. The conflict in the region is characterized by weakness, fear and a possibility of war with far-reaching global implications.
Despite Israel experiencing a strategic defeat in October, if successful, this victory could reestablish Israel’s deterrent capacity lost due to that defeat. This highlights the intense conflict in the region where all sides are making moves that could potentially escalate tensions further.