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Hillary Clinton Suggests Hamas Backer Mediate Between Israel and Hamas
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On July 18, 2014 @ 4:29 pm In The Point | 23 Comments
It was either that or Iran . And Iran has bought fewer Western politicians than Qatar.
Clinton, during an interview with Charlie Rose, touted Qatar as a country that could play a constructive role in arbitrating peace between Hamas and Israel.
Qatar, which has served as Hamas’ chief financial lifeline, keeping the group afloat and facilitating its arms buildup, could convince Hamas to stop trying to kill Israeli citizens, Clinton claimed.
Qatar isn’t just Hamas’ lifeline. It’s also Hillary’s lifeline.
The Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation has received between $1 million and $5 million from the government of Qatar.
But Qatar doesn’t just limit itself to supporting Hamas. It also supports Al Qaeda .
American officials say the FBI and CIA just missed capturing the al Qaeda leader believed to have organized the 9/11 attacks — and now believed to be planning a new attack against Americans — because it appears he was protected and tipped off by a member of the royal family in Qatar, Abdullah Bin Khalid al-Thani.
So Obama used Qatar to mediate with the Taliban which is how we got back one traitor for a bunch of top terrorists. Hillary is doubling down on mediation using a state sponsor of terrorism.
That’s a little preview of Hillary’s foreign policy on Israel.
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 It was either that or Iran: http://freebeacon.com/national-security/hillary-qatar-could-mediate-peace-process-between-israel-and-hamas/
 It also supports Al Qaeda: http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/story?id=129838
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