The cutest thing to come out of Gaza today
Amjad Taha, an expert in strategic political affairs, writer, and journalist, has an active “X” feed. He lives in the UK. Taha was interviewed by Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum on her LinkedIn page and she informs us that Taha is regional director of the British Middle East Center for Studies and Research and adviser to senior Gulf Cooperation Council officials. So he’s a serious guy.
Before I show you what was so cute, let me share the content of his “X” post from a few moments ago. He wrote:
We all have a common enemy: #Hamas terrorists. To save the people of #Gaza, Hamas must go. To ensure the safety of #Israel, Hamas must go. To rescue civilians from various countries kidnapped by Hamas, Hamas must go. To protect Palestinians from Iran’s proxy, Hamas must go. For a safer Middle East, Hamas must go.
We know where Taha stands.
About two hours ago, he posted a very short videoclip in which an Al-Jazeera journalist, reporting from a Gaza hospital, interviewed an old guy who looks poor. It seems the journalist thought that the old guy would have something damning to say about Israel for the situation in which the poor Gazan civilians find themselves.
Now, I know you can read the post yourselves as it is in English, but this part gives me great pleasure to type out in full: The poor old guy asks the journalist:
Why is Hamas hiding among us? Why don’t they go to hell and hide there?
Al-Jazeera, a favorite TV channel among #Hamas terrorists, interviewed a Palestinian in the #Gaza hospital. He questioned, "Why is the resistance (Hamas) hiding among us? Why don’t they go to hell and hide there?" The journalist abruptly cut him off.
— Amjad Taha أمجد طه (@amjadt25) November 14, 2023
Now, if the reporter can get more interviews like this, Israel may decide not to evict the television station from Israel after all.