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Hillary Clinton Not Even Pretending She Wouldn’t Support Hamas

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On June 17, 2014 @ 12:31 pm In The Point | 10 Comments



Working with terrorists is fine as long as they’re technocratic terrorists. Just ask the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee in 2016.


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told an audience in Toronto on Monday that she supported President Barack Obama’s decision to work with the Palestinian Authority’s new unity government, even though it includes the Hamas terror organization, because the new governing officials are “largely technocrats.”

“I think it’s a holding position,” Clinton said, describing Obama’s stance. “And the reason it’s a holding position is that the makeup of this joint [Fatah-Hamas] enterprise are largely technocrats. They’re academics and they’re business people. They don’t represent sort of, what you might call hard-core Hamas leadership.”

They do represent the Hamas leadership because that’s how a unity agreement works. Hamas had to sign off on them.

So Hillary Clinton isn’t even pretending that she wouldn’t support Hamas if she were in the White House.


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