France’s Macron praises rescue of Israeli hostages, then BASHES the very operations that MADE IT POSSIBLE and calls for HALT

French President Emmanuel Macron offered slight praise for the rescue of four hostages by the IDF this weekend before turning around and bashing Israel’s actions in the war as “unacceptable” and calling for an immediate halt to the very operations that made that rescue possible.

Speaking at a joint presser with Bide on Saturday, Macron paid quick lip service to the idea that rescuing four innocent civilians taken hostage in the horrible, brutal terror attack committed by Hamas at a music festival, one of the many merciless atrocities committed by Hamas in their terror attack launched from behind civilian shields in Gaza against the population of Israel as well as international visitors.

But the French president then quickly made up for his daring to suggest rescuing Jews is good by immediately bashing Israel and demanding a halt to operations in Rafah — part of the very operations that freed the hostages he was pretending to be happy were rescued.

In Gaza, we want to obtain the immediate liberation of hostages, and we can only welcome the liberation of four hostages by the Israeli army. We want to achieve an immediate ceasefire and open up the prospect of a political solution, which is the only one that can bring about a fair and lasting peace and meet the security concerns of both people. And that is why we are supporting the comprehensive proposal of the United States of America.

After nine months of conflict, the situation in Rafah and the the human consequences are unacceptable. It is not acceptable that Israel should not open all checkpoints to humani humanitarian aid, as requested by the united international community for months. Operations. Israeli operations should stop there.

France has supported multiple resolutions for ceasefire, including the recent one that Israel says “plays into Hamas’s hands and rewards terrorism.”

Comment Policy: Please read our comment policy before making a comment. In short, please be respectful of others and do not engage in personal attacks. Otherwise we will revoke your comment privileges.