For the last week, Israel has been at war with terror group Hamas. They are fighting back after terrorists killed over 1,300 helpless civilians. Reports indicate that Hamas received aid from other groups, including the nation of Iran.
The international community is demanding answers over this horrific attack. The United States has pledged support for the one true democracy in the Middle East.
But it is possible this terrible event may have never happened if it was not for Joe Biden’s actions 2 years ago. Because a report has come out that suggests Hamas began to plan this attack, soon after Biden gave up Afghanistan to the Taliban.
Hamas began planning Saturday’s terrorist attacks across Israel two years ago, according to an interview Sunday by a senior Hamas official.
Senior Hamas official Ali Baraka told Russia Today on Sunday (via the Middle East Media Research Institute) that Hamas had been secretly planning the invasion of southern Israel for two years — which would mean after President Joe Biden took office, and after the disastrous, deadly U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
A senior Hamas official revealed that the group has been planning this attack for two years. That would put the start of their planning around September or October of 2021, just after Biden withdrew troops from Afghanistan.
Biden’s poor-planned withdrawal from the country went against the advice of numerous lawmakers and military leaders. The Taliban quickly recaptured the country after 20 years of freedom. What followed was a chaotic and disastrous evacuation of civilians, which led to death and destruction.
Critics are sure to pounce on this revelation to blame Biden. Some might suggest that Hamas was encouraged to start planning, based on the Taliban’s success. They might have assumed the United States would not come to Israel’s aid, after what happened in Afghanistan.
Biden has been heavily criticized over his handling of Iran, in the aftermath of the attack. Biden has failed to negotiate a new deal to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. His administration has seemingly been weak at confronting Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism.
The United States has vowed to support Israel in its war with Hamas. It is unclear what form of support America will provide the nation, aside from weapons and money. Rumors abound that the U.S. will send troops into Israel, something the White House has rejected.
- A senior Hamas official claimed the terror group was planning the attack for two years.
- Planning, then, began just after Biden’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal.
- Biden has received heavy criticism over the attack, due to his weak foreign policy.