Israel Moves Into Rafah

Israel began its invasion of Rafah, the last Hamas stronghold in the Gaza Strip, last night after the terrorist organization tried to make it seem as if it had accepted a ceasefire deal.

The ‘agreement’: When Hamas claimed it had accepted a ceasefire deal Monday evening, the news quickly spread through social media and news outlets. But Israel never proposed the deal.

Hamas and Egypt apparently worked to create a deal and never consulted Israel. The deal did not meet Jerusalem’s requirements and could not be accepted.

The invasion: On Tuesday morning, Israel took the Philadelphi Corridor, the border between Gaza and Egypt that has many tunnels Hamas uses to smuggle weapons.

Though a full invasion of Rafah has not started, this move could be a sign that Israel’s main attack and the end of the war will come soon.

The end? Bible prophecy says conflicts in the Middle East will continue to worsen, culminating in an intercontinental conflict that will ignite a nuclear World War iii.

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