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Why ask HAMAS anything?

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Submitted by There is NO Santa Claus (United States), Jul 16, 2014 at 23:39

What's your hurry to talk to HAMAS? I'm in no hurry to talk to HAMAS.

Your rhetorical questions suggest that talking to news reporters is equally unwise; best left to pros like Dr. Pipes.

News reporters and their editors routinely lie to us about the War Against Israel. Yet Americans still support Israel because we see through the lies.

There are now over 2 million refugees from Syria. Even Arab League governments are unable to continue their barrage of lies about Israel.

If you were to actually make contact with HAMAS and ask your question, they'd only lie about it. At some point, people are going to learn the truth the hard way.

Fortunately (Thank Gd!) Americans see through the anti-Semitic propaganda campaign being waged by the Saudi Petrochemical Lobby. Now that the Saudis are in the crosshairs of the Ikhwan (i.e. Muslim Brotherhood) and Iranians, the campaign of anti-Semitic propaganda has taken a holiday.

As we approach a November election, the State Department won't engage in their usual chastiing of Israel.

I have no questions for HAMAS. They are the enemy. I don't want them to talk. I want them to DIE.

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