Hamas may be the duly elected government in Gaza. And it might not want a war with Israel right now. Regardless, it is a terrorist organization with an unwavering commitment to completely destroy the Jewish State.
"When I learned about World Vision, an international Christian organization, and its alleged funding of Hamas, I was shocked. It felt like the World Record of mismanagement and corruption."
Abbas's call for municipal elections in October could destroy his government and bring Hamas to power in the so-called "West Bank." What reward could justify such a risk? He calls it the Jerusalem gambit.
According to an English press release by Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is "an icon of terrorism and criminality" whose "lies shall fade and fail to whitewash his bloody image."
Like World Vision's Mohammad Halabi, a UN aid worker stands accused of funneling aid to the terrorist organization, Hamas. Apparently, even more nonprofit workers in Gaza are working with Hamas.