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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

British PM advises Israel to let Hamas invade its borders as UK did with returning ISIS terrorists

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Britain can not treat Israel and Hamas as two equal parties.
There is no equation, it is a shame that Theresa May chooses to blame Israel and Hamas. When it is clear Israel has done nothing wrong.

The British prime minister met with one of Israel's greatest enemies, the dictator of the Islamic state of Turkey. Instead of attacking Israel, she should have asked Turkey's dictator to stop the occupation of Cyprus, stop massacring the Kurds and free the American pastor who is being held captive in Turkey. She chose to lash out at Israel in the presence of an outspoken Hamas supporter. Shame on the British government. Political correctness is killing the United Kingdom. The fact that Britain allows ISIS to invade its territory does not mean that Israel should do the same with Hamas.
Hamas sent 50,000 Gazans to the border with Israel – offering $100 to families who joined. With human shields for cover, Hamas terrorists used bombs, guns and Molotov cocktails to attack Israel’s border. For many Israeli families, the Gaza Strip is a short walk from their backyard. IDF soldiers don’t just protect a border, but what lies behind it -- our families, our homes, and our children. The world refuses to blame terrorists who brag about their plans to “tear down that border and tear out their hearts from their bodies,” (a quote from Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar). Israel warned Hamas and its supporters in Gaza: "Anyone who tries to invade Israel will be shot." 4000 Israeli families live within 2 miles of the border. Israel was forced to protect these families — and now 60 Palestinians are dead, 24 have been confirmed as active members of terrorist organizations. A closer look at casualties betrays the violent nature of the allegedly peaceful protests. Terrorists were shot while trying to plant explosive devices at the border fence, while others were killed attempting to open fire on Israeli soldiers.