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Jewish State forces afflicting with psychological disorders as a result of Gaza war

TOPSHOT - A girl looks on as she stands by the rubble outside a building that was hit by Israeli bombardment in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on October 31, 2023 amid ongoing battles between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas movement. (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED / AFP) (Photo by MOHAMMED ABED/AFP via Getty Images)

The Mujahideen and resistance forces in Gaza are growing stronger day by day, passionately engaging in jihad and resistance. For over forty days, Zionist occupiers, with direct support from the United States and Western countries, have launched air, ground, and naval attacks against Gaza and the Mujahideen of Hamas. Day and night, they bombard Gaza with heavy airstrikes and extensive attacks, turning Gaza into a battlefield and committing heinous crimes. Yet, the occupying and invading forces of the Zionist regime have achieved nothing except destroying homes, mosques, and educational centers in the city of Gaza, causing innocent people, including women, children, and men, to fall victim to their brutality. In response, the Mujahideen in Gaza, with each passing moment, destroy the enemy’s tanks, and skillful jihadist snipers target the faces of the invading Zionist forces, bringing bloodshed and horror to their eyes. According to authentic and reliable reports, the casualties of the invading enemy are significantly higher than what is reported daily in the media. The Jewish state forces find themselves trapped in the alleys and backstreets of Gaza, falling victim to the Mujahideen. Due to the intensity of the Mujahideen’s strikes and heavy losses, the situation for the Zionist forces changed moment by moment, leading them to flee and escape. The Mujahideen in Gaza, with their sophisticated attacks, have crippled the invading enemy, and it won’t be long before Zionist soldiers in the alleys and backstreets of Gaza become mentally disturbed and insane. It is evident that any disbeliever who has invaded Islamic lands ends up having a mental illness and is forced to flee. When the forces of the United States and NATO found themselves trapped by the Mujahideen in Afghanistan, they faced psychological distress and, with tears and lamentation, were compelled to leave the country. Now it’s the turn of the Zionist invaders, who, due to the intensity of the war and strikes, are becoming insane. With disgrace and shame, they will be forced to leave Gaza and the occupied lands of Palestine. They have no choice but to flee, and they must find their escape route from this moment onwards and abandon the city of Gaza and the occupied territories. Otherwise, Gaza and the occupied lands will turn into the slaughterhouse of the invaders, and the occupiers will experience darker and bitterer days ahead. Considering that military service in the Jewish state is mandatory for Jews, both men and women and is regarded as a crucial part of societal development, the psychological and mental toll inflicted on these individuals during intense conflicts significantly impacts the entire community. The minimum length of military service applies to all Jewish men, involving two years and eight months (with some positions requiring an additional four months of service) and two years for women (with some positions requiring an extra eight months). After completing the mandatory service period, all citizens are eligible for reserve duty call-ups until the age of 40. Given that the Zionist regime is frequently engaged in wars with resistance forces in Lebanon or Palestine, and the situation is almost always in a state of conflict, a Zionist resident on occupied lands feels militarized until the age of 40, adding a layer of mental stress. Based on the combat capabilities gained by Hamas, the war has only recently begun. Even if the hostilities come to an end, the psychological challenges will persist, and many surprises lie ahead. Soldiers involved in any form of misconduct will undoubtedly face the consequences in psychiatric clinics and counseling sessions. Mukhtar Safi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.