Hillary Clinton Flips Hard On Arab-Americans

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(FixThisNation.com) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in an op-ed in The Atlantic argued that she supported the position taken by the Biden administration regarding the Israel-Hamas war and that if a cease-fire were to occur it would just give Hamas the chance to recuperate.

Clinton claimed that while she supported the Biden administration’s approach she believed that there was a need for additional humanitarian pauses in the fighting. Clinton’s op-ed titled “Hamas must go” further pointed out that should a cease-fire occur then Hamas would just grow stronger again and retaliate with another attack. She added that it would also give them the chance to claim that they had won.

Rather than resolve the conflict, the cease-fire would just act as a temporary freeze. At the same time, Clinton has supported the idea of a humanitarian pause and has stated that this would be a way for aid to be sent to Gaza’s civilians as well as the Israeli hostages that are currently held by Hamas. The Biden administration has also backed the humanitarian pauses, but there are some Democrat lawmakers who have continued to push for a cease-fire.

Clinton added that there would come a time when a cease-fire would be something she would agree to, but this was not that time.

However, Clinton also suggested that Israel needed new leadership, arguing that the “policy of containment” that Israel had previously followed had failed. She added that Israel’s government should strengthen democracy in the country and not attempt to reoccupy the territory following the war.

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