Hamas’ useful idiots

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Author(s) Rich Lowry
Source New York Post
Date July 24, 2014
URL http://nypost.com/2014/07/24/the-useful-idiots-of-hamas/
Quotes-start.png Of course there is an asymmetry between Hamas and Israel. There will always be a technological gap between a ramshackle terror force with medieval religious views and a dynamic, liberal society. On 9/11, al Qaeda had box cutters. We had B-52s. Did that make us the unsympathetic Goliath to al Qaeda’s David? Quotes-end.png

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