Biden Under Fire For Going Easy On HAMAS

The Biden administration’s handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict is deeply concerning and reflects a broader pattern of misguided foreign policy decisions. This approach not only undermines Israel’s right to self-defense but also emboldens terrorist organizations like Hamas, setting a dangerous precedent in the Middle East.

Let’s start with the “pause” in Israeli military operations that the Biden administration has been advocating. This pause, while seemingly a diplomatic maneuver, effectively shackles Israel’s efforts to decisively combat Hamas. It’s a move that seems more concerned with optics and international appeasement than with the reality of Israel’s security needs. When a democratic ally is under attack, offering lukewarm support coupled with restrictive conditions is hardly the stance of a strong and reliable partner.

The restrictions imposed on the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) are not just impractical; they are counterproductive. By limiting Israel’s military response, the Biden administration is inadvertently allowing Hamas to regroup and maintain its threat to Israeli civilians. This is not about being hawkish; it’s about understanding the dynamics of asymmetric warfare where terrorist groups exploit such pauses to their advantage.

The administration’s reliance on Qatar as a mediator is equally perplexing. Qatar’s track record of supporting Hamas is well-known, and Biden’s failure to leverage U.S. influence over Qatar to curb this support is a missed opportunity. It raises questions about the administration’s commitment to tackling the root causes of the conflict and its understanding of the complex geopolitical landscape of the Middle East.

Moreover, the Biden administration’s insistence on a return to the status quo ante, with the Palestinian Authority in control of Gaza post-conflict, ignores the lessons of history. It was this very arrangement that led to Hamas’s coup in Gaza in 2007, following which the region saw an escalation in violence and instability. The administration’s stance here seems more about returning to familiar but failed policies rather than charting a new course that could lead to lasting peace and security.

The administration’s pressure on Israel also reflects a worrying trend of appeasing far-left factions within the U.S., who often view Israel with disproportionate criticism. This domestic political maneuvering should not dictate foreign policy, especially when it comes at the cost of an ally’s security.

Finally, the Biden administration’s handling of this crisis demonstrates a lack of strategic clarity. Israel, a key ally in an unstable region, is being held back from decisively defeating a terrorist group that poses a direct threat not just to its own citizens but to regional stability. The message this sends to our allies and adversaries alike is concerning. It portrays the U.S. as an unreliable partner, more interested in short-term political gains than in the long-term security and stability of a crucial region.

The Biden administration needs to reassess its approach to the Israel-Hamas conflict. A policy that truly supports our allies, understands the realities of the region, and does not embolden terrorist groups is crucial. This is not about partisanship; it’s about a coherent and effective foreign policy that secures the interests of the United States and its allies.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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7 thoughts on “Biden Under Fire For Going Easy On HAMAS”

    1. this once again that has no backbone and is creating a trend dangerous to this country. LET ISRAEL DESTROY HAMAS AND HELLBOLA, AND HOLD IRAN’S FEET TO THE POWER OF THE UNITED STATES.

  1. BIDEN MUST LOVE TERRORISTS. NO WONDER HE LEFT OUR BORDER OPEN AND INVITED IN 9 MILLION ILLEGALS. PLUS CHILD MOLESTERS, MURDERERS AND TERRORISTS. FOR THIS ALONE HE SHOULD BE REMOVED ASAP.PLUS USING OUR TAX DOLLARS TO SUPPORT THEM, BUT NOT DOING ANYTHING FOR AMERICAN CITIZENS OR OUR NATION.

  2. BIDen & his criminal coharts have got to GOgogogogo
    he & his friends, have lied & ruined this/OUR Country — USA

  3. Just look at how this administration has aids the radical Muslims with the release of all the funds they needed to carry out all the attacks! Not one rationale thought as to where the funds would end up when he released them!

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