Thursday, June 05, 2008

Hamas Doesn't Like Barry Hussein Obama Anymore

The Obama/Hamas honeymoon is already over — and less than two months after that controversial McCain campaign email that quoted a chief political adviser to the Hamas Prime Minister as saying, "We like Mr. Obama and we hope he will win the election."

Following Obama's strongly pro-Israel speech before the American Israel Public Affairs Council, wherein he asserted that "Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel and [...] must remain undivided," many leaders in the Mid East expressed shock and anger, according to a story from Al Jazeera today, particularly Hamas:
Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for Hamas, the largest Palestinian resistance group, also condemned the speech, saying on Thursday: "These statements slash any hope of any change in the American foreign policy. "[They] assure that there is a total agreement between the two parties, the Democratic and the Republican, on support for the Israeli occupation at the expense of the rights of Arabs and Palestinian interests."
What's the McCain campaign going to do with this?

[Text of Obama's AIPAC speech via the Swamp]

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