Thank you CrossWare for this translation of this question from a recent Viktor Orban press conference.
(For some reason the system grabbed the wrong poster frame for this video but it is the right video. I will add more on who this man is and why it matters when it comes in. Thank you Brian of London for the clip)
This looks like a cruel and vicious exaggeration and not at all the case. I am sorry I did not vet this property before posting.
Breaking News: Israel is under attack.
Heavy rocket barrage hit Southern Israel. Hundreds of thousands of people evacuated. Please pray for safety of Israel. Media is silent when Israel is under attack, but screams when Israel defends itself. RT!https://t.co/BeHOuhcn9m
— Rimma Kehr (@Intersymbol) December 25, 2019
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) December 25, 2019
??BREAKING: Multiple red alerts sound across southern Israel. Details to follow. pic.twitter.com/i9seHRFKja
— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) December 25, 2019
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) December 24, 2019
Using not Gingerbread jets the IDF responded to today’s attack
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) December 19, 2019
In response to the rocket fired from #Gaza at Israel overnight, IDF fighter jets struck a Hamas weapons manufacturing site in Gaza.
We hold Hamas responsible for the events transpiring in the Gaza Strip and emanating from it.
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) December 19, 2019
Southern Israel's skies are being covered by Hamas' rockets.
Thousands of civilians are sheltered in their homes, praying for the rocket to miss.
What sort of life is this?
What if this was your home?
What would you do to protect your family? pic.twitter.com/2FfioRO8X5
— Yoni Michanie (@YoniMichanie) November 1, 2019
I agree with these guys.
Many of you are hastily requesting that we turn Gaza into a "parking lot" in response to this unprovoked attack. We ask you to please be reasonable. No one wants to park in Gaza. #IsraelUnderFire #FreeGazaFromHamas pic.twitter.com/Eqp6vIcUus
— The Mossad: Elite Parody Division (@TheMossadIL) November 1, 2019
On Aug 15, 2019, a delegation of the pro-Israel “Alternative for Germany” (AfD) party visited Judea and Samaria (GP reported) and received a guided tour of illegal Arab settlements funded by the EU. A Gateway Pundit exclusive video.
“This whole area was supposed to provide homes for 10.000 Jewish families”, says Naomi Linder Kahn of NGO “Regavim“, standing on Mt. Scopus outside Jerusalem, pointing at a vast barren expanse stretching toward the Dead Sea along Highway 1. The highway is of critical strategic importance for Israel, since it is the only gap in the ring of Arab areas surrounding the capital of Jerusalem.
“The best way to secure territory like this is to settle Jewish families there. But the Obama government intervened and stopped what they call ‘illegal settlements’, even though this is entirely Israeli territory. So now we have the infamous Road to Nowhere here, which was built but never used.”
(For those that have an issue with these areas intended to be settled by Jewish people, please complain first to the many many Islamic nations that do not allow anyone other than Muslims to live as equals in those nations. Thank you.)
Al-Manar, a Hezbollah-affiliated TV channel, has released footage of a missile strike on an Israeli military vehicle near IDF’s Avivim military base on the Israel-Lebanon border. The video shows two Kornet anti-tank missiles fired from different positions and narrowly miss the vehicle which then led to massive artillery fire in retaliation. IDF reported no casualties in the incident. Tension has run high on the border since a drone attack on a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut last week which could be conducted by IDF.
— RT (@RT_com) September 1, 2019
According to Lebanese reports the Kornet anti-tank missile was fired towards #IDF vehicles along the border with #Lebanon. #Israel's military says following attack residents within 4 km of the border stay in homes and open their shelters.
— Anna Ahronheim (@AAhronheim) September 1, 2019
Video: Hizb’allah targets what it claims is an Israeli military facility
Now #breakingnews #Israel says “IDF: Initial report- A short while ago, an anti-tank missile was launched from Lebanon towards Avivim. Details to follow.” See map and photo from Israel TV #happeningnow #BREAKING pic.twitter.com/xjXsUhD1v0
— Seth Frantzman (@sfrantzman) September 1, 2019
Our reader Yucki tells us that the missile used, a Kornet, is an expensive and effective, laser guided missile with a range of of 5.5 Km (About 3 miles)
Around one hour ago, I held a consultation with the Chief-of-Staff and with IDF generals. We were attacked with several anti-tank missiles. We responded with 100 shells and firing from the air by various means. We are considering the next steps. pic.twitter.com/VTPRH7p4X3
— PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) September 1, 2019