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US Democratic presidential candidates refrain from condemning terrorist Hamas

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US Democratic presidential candidates refrain from condemning Hamas

By Alon Einhorn, J Post, May 6, 2019:

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ)

Israel and Gaza agreed on a ceasefire on Monday after an intense and bloody conflict saw the death of four Israelis dead and 234 injured, while 23 Palestinians died and 60 more were injured, with close to 700 rockets being fired by Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants and over 250 attacks from the Israeli Air Force on in Gaza.

Many politicians worldwide made their comments in support of one side or the other during this latest conflict. US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to show his support of Israel when he said that “We support Israel 100% in its defense of its citizens.”

Trump’s support of Israel is unquestionable as his actions speak clearly when he moved the US Embassy to Jerusalem and declared the Golan Heights to be Israeli.

With the 2020 US Presidential elections at stake, not many American politicians made their comments on the latest Israeli-Gaza conflict.

Israel and Gaza agreed on a ceasefire on Monday after an intense and bloody conflict saw the death of four Israelis dead and 234 injured, while 23 Palestinians died and 60 more were injured, with close to 700 rockets being fired by Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants and over 250 attacks from the Israeli Air Force on in Gaza.

Many politicians worldwide made their comments in support of one side or the other during this latest conflict. US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to show his support of Israel when he said that “We support Israel 100% in its defense of its citizens.”Only a single Democratic presidential candidate tweeted about the situation, and even that was not in favor of Israel. Former senator (D-AK) Mike Gravel tweeted “Long live Palestine!” And that is where the list ends.

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib slammed The New York Times for a headline reading “Gaza Militants Fire 250 Rockets, and Israel Responds With Airstrikes.” Tlaib claimed on Twitter that “Headlines like this & framing it in this way just feeds into the continued lack of responsibility on Israel who unjustly oppress & target Palestinian children and families.”

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