Even the UN has now admitted that its buildings and schools were used by Hamas to fire rockets at Israeli civilians during last year's Gaza operation. But the mainstream media and many UN institutions like UNRWA still play a very dishonest game against Israel, and in favour of terrorists
The institutions of Europe are mired in confusion about Hamas in particular and terrorism in general. A new ruling from a top European court could pave the way for the legitimisation of Hamas -- as many European politicians want -- unless decisive action is now taken
In Hamas, Israel faces a similarly repellent terrorist organisation as Islamic State, imbued with the same level of fanaticism and savagery. But the West refuses to see that reality, making a mockery of its own anti-terrorist narrative
Hamas's leader Khalid Meshaal, living in luxury in Qatar, showed himself to be an abject coward during the latest Gaza war. Meshaal interprets every military loss by Hamas as a victory because Gazans are just pawns in his bloodthirsty game
The evil of ISIS and Hamas is remarkably similar. Yet the United Nations is motivated by such hatred of Israel that it cannot abide by basic standards of decency. As Primo Levi recounted about the Nazis, there is no "why"
While the West now recognizes the seriousness of the Islamist threat, its leaders still don't understand that the menace is not simply ISIS and the so-called Caliphate state, but is embodied in other Islamist groups. The most blatant is Hamas with its mission to kill all Jews and destroy Israel
Sharkophobia and Islamophobia are equally absurd diversions. The prevalent theme is it’s not the shark’s fault that it attacked someone. Rather, humans are responsible for entering the shark’s domain, the ocean. Sound familiar?
With a new report in mind, the startling delusions of top British diplomats about the Muslim Brotherhood mirror wider Western denial about the nexus between Hamas and ISIS, and the Islamist threat generally
Hamas and ISIS are birds of a feather, but the Western political class and media have very different approaches to them. Here, Hamas offers some friendly advice to ISIS on how to wrap the West around their little finger
Hamas’s greatest strategic asset is that large segments of the press, political class, NGO community as well as the UN will effectively side with them. That makes the next war all the more likely, and encourages more Hamas-inspired carnage