Hamas Reaffirms Position on Two-State Solution

While packing up the last of his personal belongings at the official residence of the Prime Minister after a 12-year stay, former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated that he does not believe a two-state solution is possible. Surprisingly, Hamas decided to second that notion, stating, “We do not believe a two-state solution is possible at The post Hamas Reaffirms Position on Two-State Solution appeared first on The Mideast Beast.

Hamas Reaffirms Position on Two-State Solution

While packing up the last of his personal belongings at the official residence of the Prime Minister after a 12-year stay, former Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated that he does not believe a two-state solution is possible. Surprisingly, Hamas decided to second that notion, stating, “We do not believe a two-state solution is possible at this time, or ever. We have never been in favor of a two-state solution. Nothing has changed.”

U.S. State Department officials and other politicians were quick NOT to condemn the remarks, calling them “whatever”, “typical Hamas!”, and “Israel’s fault”. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated, “We’d like to applaud Hamas for being consistent. Sometimes countries adapt to the changes of the region and choose to reevaluate their policies accordingly. Not Hamas. That group is totally badass and something we could learn from. So woke.”

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Other U.S. officials applauded Hamas for upholding their admirable, traditional values of rabid intolerance.

“It’s as if Netanyahu never even had a moral compass,” sighed one. “Sure, sometimes politicians say dumb things. Like ‘Jewish space laser’ technology or comparing the U.S. to Hamas and the Taliban, or saying “U.S. taxpayer dollars should not be used to commit human rights violations [against Palestinians]” – as if we Americans don’t engage in human rights violations in every war we’re in – but this is just inexcusable,” said freshman Republican Congressman and world-renowned poet Madison Cawthorn

When asked if she felt that Israel is held to a double-standard and treated unfairly in comparison to other countries in the Middle East, or even to the U.S., Psaki replied, “Of course not. And I challenge you to find one instance where that’s true.”

Soon after, Hamas tweeted: “Two-State Solution? LOL. Never going to happen. Never. Nope. Nuh-uh. Nooo!” followed by the hashtag “#SorryNotSorry”. Their tweet was retweeted by the official White House account, and newest Squad member Cori Bush.

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Known for her advocacy on women’s rights, Linda Sarsour has become a major leader in the world of feminism, and not loving Jews as much as their mothers do.

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