A news anchor begins the broadcast with a grim face: We have entered the 58th day of fighting. The days are hard, our reporters are still deployed and the broadcast hours are many, so we won't waste time and move on to the panelists who will accompany us.
Military correspondent: The ground maneuver continues and exacts a heavy price from Hamas, trust me. I will immediately detail everything that the IDF Spokesperson revealed to me, and add that there is information that I am not allowed to disclose, and do not look for it on Telegram.
A security guard with a pose: Let me state the obvious – Hamas must be destroyed. We face a cruel enemy. Sinwar is a psychopath. Not even, he's a Nazi. In fact, he is Satan. And I know him well. We will continue to fight until it is agreed what Sinwar is called. And I haven't even talked about the Shalit deal.
A representative of the families of the abductees:interrupts him, and the puck around his neck vibrates. Everyone must be brought back now, he cries out into the studio space.
Politician: Wait, wait, it's more important right now that you understand that you don't do politics during wartime. And I say this by virtue of my status as a politician, whose entire occupation today is mainly focused on making cheap politics.
A former officer in a black shirt, who changes studios faster than socks: I promise the IDF will win. Sinwar is under pressure, I know that. He is mortal and his end is near. He knows the Israelis well, but we know exactly what to do. What we did on October 7, which is stick to the concept that we know exactly what to do.
Tired news anchor:And in a sharp and romantic transition, a fighter surprised his girlfriend with a marriage proposal in uniform. Soon the pictures, followed by Assi Ezer and Rotem Sela will lead a competition with sad songs. But first - advertisements.
Advertisement with a flag flying: In these difficult times, you should come and buy only our brand. Because together we will win.
The Prime Minister in a reassuring statement: That's life.
In war, it's easy to cram the complex situation into a cliché. The cliché is very easy to digest, but for the most part it is one-dimensional and distorts reality. Like a smokescreen. It's not real, because it's just a cliché.
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