LISTEN: DANIEL WHYTE III, PRESIDENT OF GOSPEL LIGHT SOCIETY INTERNATIONAL SAYS GOOD! BENJAMIN NETANYAHU TELLS THE WOKE WHITE HOUSE, BLINKEN, AND THE WOKE WORLD THERE WILL BE NO CEASEFIRE FOR ANYTHING, AND THERE WILL BE NO PAUSE FOR ANYTHING UNTIL WE DESTROY HAMAS AND UNTIL THEY RELEASE THE 200-PLUS HOSTAGES. BLACK CHRISTIAN NEWS MINUTE WITH MRS. MERIQUA WHYTE
BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: Daniel Whyte III, President of G.L.S. International, says GOOD! Benjamin Netanyahu is getting his David-style MoJo back. He tells WOKE White House, Blinken, and a WOKE World there will be no ceasefire for anything, and there will be no pause for anything until we destroy Hamas and until they release the 200 plus hostages. Netanyahu rejects Blinken’s Temporary “Ceasefire” idea and “Humanitarian Pause” idea and says Israel will use “ALL OF ITS POWER.” Daniel Whyte III says further, good on Benjamin Netanyahu — Stay in that Davidic Mental Zone and don’t let anybody pull you out of it until the job is finished for the Glory of God. And while you are at it, call Israel to repentance for forgetting the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua, David, and, whether you like it or not, God’s Holy Son, your Messiah, and “brother according to the flesh” — the KING OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS, JESUS CHRIST. LET’S GO ISRAELITES!
WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday that his country would not consider halting its war on Hamas, rejecting Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s call for “humanitarian pauses” to allow civilians out of the Gaza Strip.
Israel “refuses a temporary cease-fire that doesn’t include a return of our hostages,” Netanyahu told reporters, referring to the more than 200 people taken captive by terrorists during their Oct. 7 attack that killed more than 1,400 Israelis — including at least 33 Americans.
The prime minister spoke after a meeting with Blinken, during which America’s top diplomat urged Netanyahu to stop the conflict to minimize Palestinian civilian deaths as Israel pursues Hamas jihadists hiding among the population in Gaza.
“Humanitarian pauses … increase security for civilians and permit the more effective and sustained delivery of humanitarian assistance,” Blinken said during a press conference Friday morning. “We are focused on getting hostages back to their families and we believe a humanitarian pause could facilitate it.”
“That was an important area of discussion today with Israeli leaders — how, when and where these can be implemented, what work needs to happen, and what understandings must be reached,” he added.
But during his own press briefing shortly after, Netanyahu said his country would continue hitting the Gaza Strip with “all of its power.”