Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shot down French President Emmanuel Macron’s demand this week that Israel stop bombing the terrorists inside Gaza who were responsible for murdering 1,200 Israelis in a terror attack last month.
Macron claimed that there was “no justification” for the precision airstrikes and that there should be “a humanitarian pause, going to a ceasefire” to protect civilians.
His remarks come after Israel has made numerous attempts for a month to evacuate as many civilians as possible from northern Gaza, including using their military to open up corridors where they protect the civilians as they travel in the tens of thousands to southern Gaza.
“These babies, these ladies, these old people are bombed and killed,” Macron claimed in an interview with BBC. “So there is