Biden Roasted After Appearing to Imply Israel Is Giving Hamas ‘What They Seek’

Biden Roasted After Appearing to Imply Israel Is Giving Hamas ‘What They Seek’

President Joe Biden was roasted on social media on Tuesday after his X account claimed Israelis and Palestinians would live in peace if not for Hamas.

Biden declined to note that not only was Hamas elected but a majority of Palestinians support the terror group.

He did imply that Israel wanted the current conflict that left more than 1,200 of its citizens murdered last month.

In a reference to the deadly Oct. 7 terror attack against Israel, Biden or someone running his X account posted on Tuesday that the people of Gaza and the West Bank are seeking peaceful coexistence.

“Hamas unleashed a terrorist attack because they fear nothing more than Israelis and Palestinians living side by side in peace,” Biden’s account posted.

The post concluded, “To continue down the path of terror, violence, killing, and war is to give Hamas what they seek. We can’t do that.”

Given that a majority of Palestinians support Hamas, Biden’s account was roasted over the post:

A poll from the Arab World for Research and Development shared last week by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs found that an alarming number of Palestinians reject the idea of peace with their Jewish neighbors.

The JCPA reported:

“When taken as a whole, the results indicate that an overwhelming percentage of Palestinians support the October 7 massacre (75%), reject coexistence with Israel (85.9%), are committed to the restoration of ‘historical Palestine’ as a final resolution (71.1%), and support the creation of a Palestinian state ‘from the river to the sea’ (74.7%) as the end of the Israeli Palestinian conflict.

“Interestingly, there is more support for the 10/7 massacre from the Palestinians resident in Judea and Samaria (83.1%) than those residing in the Gaza Strip (63.6%).”

The poll also found that nearly three-quarters of Palestinians surveyed believe Hamas will defeat Israel to conclude the ongoing conflict in the region.


This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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