July 31, 2014

Israel Must Endure Slander and Defeat Hamas

Cliff May, National Post

The Associated Press

Hamas wants to kill as many Israeli civilians as possible. It’s been doing all it can to achieve that objective, for example launching missiles at Israel’s international airport and constructing tunnels to infiltrate terrorists into Israeli communities for the purpose of slaughtering and hostage-taking.

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