(Patriot.Buzz) – Indicating an aggressive response once he is back in the White House, Donald Trump made an unwavering promise to our ally Israel in a recent speech delivered to the Republican Jewish Coalition.
During the event, he firmly stated, “We will fully support the Israelis in their mission to ensure that Hamas is decimated, and these atrocities will be avenged. They will be avenged.”
Trump assured the coalition of his firm support for Israel, saying, “When I am back in the White House, the United States will stand with Israel all the way — without hesitation, without qualification, and without apology.” He emphasized the significance of strength in international relations, saying that “evil only respects one thing: unyielding strength.”
The former President also criticized the Biden administration for offering humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza, suggesting this could be interpreted as support for Hamas. He likened the situation to past global conflicts, saying, “Neither England nor the United States sent humanitarian aid to Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, or Imperial Japan during the war.”
Trump recalled the recent devastating attack on Israel, which resulted in significant casualties. He expressed deep sympathy and solidarity with the victims, saying, “We love you, we grieve with you, we share your anger, and we stand with you 100% – 110%.”
In his speech, Trump emphasized the moral distinction between Hamas’ actions and Israel’s defensive responses. He said, “This is a fight between civilization and savagery, between decency and depravity, and between good and evil.” He further added that all lives lost in this conflict are the responsibility of Hamas and Iran.
Trump also took a moment to highlight some of his administration’s pro-Israel actions, such as recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s eternal capital, opening the American Embassy there, and recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. He credited these moves for bringing peace and stability to the region, contrary to critics’ predictions.
Trump’s speech was a vehement endorsement of Israel, a sharp critique of the Biden administration, and a declaration of his intent to prioritize strength in foreign policy if he were to return to the presidency.