Bibi: IDF Has Huge Destructive Power, Don’t Test Us

As enemies on all sides keep threatening Israel, Israel’s vaunted military is there to protect the Jewish state and her citizens. The Times of Israel’s Judah Ari Gross tells us about a visit Prime Minister Netanyahu just paid to Israel’s northern border, where the IDF is carrying out large-scale exercises to prepare for attacks from Iran and Hezbollah:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday warned the country’s enemies to “not test” Israel amid concerns that escalating tensions between the United States and Iran could result in an attack on the Jewish state.

The prime minister made his remarks during a visit to a large-scale Israel Defense Forces exercise in northern Israel.

“I hear our neighbors to the north, south and east threatening to destroy us. I say to our enemies: The IDF has an immense destructive power. Do not test us,” Netanyahu said following his visit…

Netanyahu met with the soldiers and commanding officers taking part in the exercise.

“I am greatly impressed by the improvements to our preparedness, from the spirit of the soldiers and commanders and primarily from the IDF’s destructive force,” the prime minister, who is also the defense minister, said…

Tags: Benjamin Netanyahu IDF Israel Judah Ari Gross Times of Israel Video

More From Stand For Israel

Stand For Israel

Over 53% of Eligible Israelis Have Voted

Over half of all those who can vote in Israel have today, with 1.5% more participating in the Jewish state's democratic process than did this past April.

Stand For Israel

Rivlin: I Will Do All I Can to Avoid Third Election

Israel's president explains his role in the election process as his fellow Israelis head to the polls for the second time this year.

Stand For Israel

Why Israel Should Vote For…

As Israelis take to the polls, PM Netanyahu and General Benny Gantz each make their case for leading the Jewish state.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Stay informed about issues affecting Israel, the Jewish people, Jewish-Christian relations, receive daily devotionals, and more.