Biden Admin Prioritizes Hamas Deal Over Backing Israel Defense

The recent actions of the Biden administration have raised concerns about the decision to negotiate with terrorists. Instead of supporting Israel in defending itself against terrorist attacks from Hamas, the White House seems to be focusing on striking a deal with the terrorist organization.

During a press briefing, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre indicated that the administration was prioritizing securing the release of hostages and reaching a cease-fire with Hamas. This approach has raised questions about the wisdom of negotiating with a group known for its violent tactics.

Reports have suggested that an initial deal on the table involves the release of hostages in exchange for a temporary pause in Israel’s offensive against Hamas. However, Hamas has its own demands, including a permanent cease-fire, the release of thousands of Palestinian prisoners, and the reconstruction of Gaza.

Negotiating with terrorists not only risks sending a message of weakness but also fails to address the root causes of the conflict. There is no guarantee that Hamas would uphold its end of the bargain, as the group has a history of violating cease-fires and launching attacks against Israel.

The administration’s apparent willingness to engage in negotiations with a terrorist group has raised concerns about the potential consequences of such actions. It is important to consider the long-term implications of attempting to make deals with organizations that employ violence to achieve their objectives.

Written by Staff Reports

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