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Juan Williams: Don't You Think Israel is Being a Little Harsh on Hamas?

American_in_Europe Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 7:56 AM
A good example would be Menachem Begin, terrorist against the British and Prime Minister of Israel.
doc, aka Rich Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 12:22 PM
In fact a fine example, but not of American politicians that participated in, or were mentored by, terrorism or revolution from the 60's. But it is true that these Americans were equally influenced by international figures ranging from Che, Mao, Lenin, Castro, ... and Israelis. While you point out Begin, was this because you deny the existence of the countless Americans that draw their influence from revolutionaries and terrorists? Surely you can point to at least one very, very notable currently serving American in a very, very high office.

Last night on Special Report, Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams accused Israel of "overkill" in their efforts to eradicate Hamas and stop rocket (and road bomb) attacks on the Jewish State. Williams also said Egypt was an important mediator, although the country is ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood, a group sympathetic to Hamas.

"The question is overkill."

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