May 1, 2014

An Opportunity to Destroy Hamas for Good

Efraim Halevy, Ynet News

The Associated Press

This is the moment for the Israeli government to seriously consider the option of destroying Hamas fervently. No one will come to its rescue, no one will incite the public opinion to save it, no one will suggest the appointment of an international commission of inquiry into what happened in this war. This way, the prime minister will be able to "remove the threat from its root" and prevent a future Hamas takeover of Judea and Samaria sponsored by a Palestinian national unity government.

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TAGGED: Palestinian Authority, Gaza, Middle East, Palestinians, Israel, Hamas

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