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  • Reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    Israel Admits It Wants To Keep (It's Creation) Hamas In Power

    The Israeli right is now openly saying it wants to keep Hamas in power




    The idea that Hamas is an Israeli creation is nearly as old as Hamas itself. Official Israel has never admitted to supporting Hamas and every Israeli who dares talk about the need to speak with Hamas is immediately portrayed as a traitor. Netanyahu’s decision “to keep Hamas on its feet,” The fact that this group runs the gamut from Netanyahu confidants — to the prime minister’s critics.

    Leftist traitors, they say, support the possibility that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who rules over the West Bank, take control of the Gaza Strip, bringing Israel closer to the “pit of the two-state solution. The policy of “separating” the West Bank from Gaza isn’t new. It began in the late 1980s, with various prime ministers — from Yitzhak Rabin to Netanyahu No longer are we dealing solely with the question of ostensible security benefits that result in severing Gaza from the West Bank. In order to keep Hamas on its feet, Netanyahu is willing to pay “an almost inconceivable price — half the country paralyzed, children and parents in post-trauma, bombed houses, people killed.”

    “Every home needs a balcony, and Israel is a home,” writes Distal Abtaryan, “the balcony of this home is Samaria… if Hamas crumbles, Mahmoud Abbas may rule the strip. If he rules it, voices on the left will encourage negotiations, a political settlement, and a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria as well… this is the real reason Netanyahu doesn’t annihilate Hamas, everything else is bull****.” Netanyahu’s supporters on the right aren’t alone - back in 2015 he called Hamas an "asset" and Abbas a "burden".



    In an interview with right-wing news website Mida, Gershon Hacohen, known for his criticism of Netanyahu from the right, explained that by refraining from taking down Hamas, Netanyahu “prevented Abbas’ plot to establish a united Palestinian state. We need to take advantage of the situation of separation between Gaza and Ramallah. ” First we annex, then we topple Hamas".

    In the eyes of the Israeli right, the real threat to Israel is not Hamas’ violence and terrorism — the danger is a peace agreement with the PLO, Abbas, and the establishment of a Palestinian state. That is why whatever strengthens Hamas is good for Israel, and whatever weakens it is bad for Israel. An Israel that wants to continue its occupation of the West Bank will want to continue to stand on the balcony and gaze at the Palestinians from above. Meron Rapoport is an editor at Local Call, where this article first appeared in Hebrew. Read it here.


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