George Soros Has Been Pushing America & Israel to ‘Open the Door’ to Hamas

Since the October 7 Hamas terror attacks against Israel, George Soros’ years-long agenda in the region has been raising concerns.

Sixteen years ago, Soros, penned an op-ed calling on both the United States and Israel to “open the door” to Hamas.

Soros called out the then-Bush administration for “committing a blunder in the Middle East by supporting the Israeli government in its refusal to recognize a Palestinian unity government that includes Hamas.”

He continued by claiming this “blunder” “precludes any progress towards a peace settlement at a time when such progress could help avert conflagration in the greater Middle East.”

Soros and others intended for Hamas to be the driver in making Israel a more “multicultural society.”

Since the 1970s, the explicit purpose of Hamas has been radicalizing the Gaza Strip.

Now that the operation is complete after Hamas launched bloodbath attacks against Israel in October.

Soros is behind some of the funding for groups like Al-Shabaka, which reportedly celebrated the recent Hamas attack.

Between 2017 and 2021 alone, Soros funded Al-Shabaka with $550,000.

In a statement, Al-Shabaka said that “breaching” the “boundaries” of Israel’s borders in this way “expands the Palestinian imaginary for possibilities of both resistance and collective freedom.”

Historian Victor Davis Hanson says that ever since Hamas was “elected” to run Gaza using a “one election, one-time” formula, “it has bragged nonstop that its agenda was to erase Israel off the face of the earth.”

Toronto Sun editor emeritus Lorrie Goldstein also claims that Hamas “doesn’t want peace; it wants Israel.”

Hamas “never wanted peace with what it calls ‘the Zionist entity’,” Goldstein notes.

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The founding charter for Hamas, which was officially established in 1988, states that it will not even try to negotiate with Israel.

The terrorist group only seeks to eliminate the Jewish state.

“Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it,” the charter stipulates.

In other words, the explicit goal of Hamas is to eradicate Israel as it currently exists.

In his 2007 op-ed, Soros attacked both Israel and the U.S. as they were respectively being run at that time for refusing to do business with the Palestinian government because its coalition included Hamas.

“Both Israel and the U.S. seem frozen in their unwillingness to negotiate with a Palestinian Authority that includes Hamas,” Soros wrote.

“The sticking point is Hamas’s unwillingness to recognize the existence of Israel, but that could be made a condition for an eventual settlement rather than a precondition for negotiations.”

Soros has used his fortune to fuel anti-Israel causes for years.

In fact, “‘[N]o single person has done more to damage Israel’s standing in the world, especially among so-called progressives, than George Soros,’” according to Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz.

Israel Heritage Foundation Chairman Farley Weiss wrote in a January 23, 2023 article for the Jewish News Service that “[N]o one has financed more destructive attacks on Israel and the American Jewish community than [George] Soros.

“He is, at best, a self-hating Jew, and shouldn’t be let off the hook because of his ancestry.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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