In 1997 the U.S. government named Hamas a Foreign Terrorist Organization, and made it a felony to provide “material support or resources” to any FTO. So why has Twitter been allowing Hamas to operate a page since 2012?
From SaveTheWest.com founder Kenneth Abramowitz, a two-part post: “7 Key Implications of US-Iranian Agreement,” and “16 Reasons Why the Iranian Deal is Unethical.”
In the Palestinian world, when Hamas is in a military conflict with Israel, anything short of being beaten to the point of having to cry “Uncle!,” and sign an unconditional surrender, is considered a “victory.” But to a chorus of Israel supporters, anything short of that is considered a loss. Which is it?
In recent days the Israeli Defense Force has found numerous examples of Hamas training manuals, which confirm suspicions that it has been instructing operatives to use civilians as human shields. Why has the “news” media been deafeningly silent about these discoveries?