Transnational threat remains.
Complete with a spy ring in Turkey.
That’s a neat trick.
Botched all around.
“…peace between Israel and the Palestinian people must be built on a foundation of truth regarding Hamas.”
“In fact, the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained.”
“What Israel is doing is a genocide.”
Police conduct raids on at least 3 Brooklyn locations.
“In 2010 Ali joined the Road to Hope convoy taking aid to Gaza…”
“…creating fictitious humanitarian projects and doctoring inflated receipts in order to get the funds to Hamas”
“This agreement is good for both sides.”
“People who care about truth should know it.”
“A demonstration of hypocrisy.”
Once they get around to it, sure.
Waning U.S. influence.
“This is an opportunity for me to say we are against the killing of any civilians, any journalists.”
Mole hunts and morale.
Target selection as a message?
First, take your blood pressure meds.
A “permanent” truce seems far off.
“Quiet will be answered by quiet on our side, but …”
Return to war?
More business as usual.
Where is the “restraint?”
“Frat boys are extraordinarily irresponsible. Hamas is a terrorist organization that’s killing people.”
“Hamas places those very civilians at risk by firing rockets deep from the heart of civilian zones.”
No thanks to Netanyahu?
Warns “not to ever second guess me again.”
A two-prong strategy
“One or more senators may end up splitting their votes…”
“I, for one, believe that there’s some gaps, some ambiguities that need to be cleared up.”