Hamas promotes Palestinian nationalism in an Islamic context. It affirms that the role of the Palestinian Authority should be to serve the Palestinian people and safeguard their security.
Hamas and Benjamin Netanyahu, far from being enemies, are acting in concert with no regard for the lives of Palestinians or Israelis. Behind them, the United States and the United Kingdom are pulling the strings.
The US policymakers have concluded that the Israeli-Hamas war will be a game-changer for the region since their country wouldn’t otherwise undertake such risky narrative-strategic gambles.
The high probability is that Israel will hunker down with the help of its Lobby in the US and would rather prefer to be a Pariah in the world community.
From the outset, the mass lethality of Israeli strikes against Gaza and the collective punishment of its populace needed some justification.
Biden’s policy in the Middle East is for war against at least the Shiites in the region, and maybe even against all Arab nations there.
We in the West think we’re well informed about what’s happening in Gaza. We are not. The images we see are selected. The comments we hear do not allow us to understand them. They deliberately mislead us. Any dissenting opinion is censored.
The amount, strength, and length of current military disputes worldwide have hit their highest levels since the Cold War.
Hamas, under the onslaught of Israel Forces (IDF), may the Gaza Strip but can win the regional battle in the Middle East.
Hamas used every opportunity provided by Israel, the West and its sponsors to consolidate its power in Gaza and begin to dictate its terms.
The United States and Israel, who have long since joined forces, will both be held responsible for the mass massacres in Gaza.
Hamas remains headquartered in Doha, the capital of Qatar, and receives much of its funding from the Qatari government.