Concerns have been raised about George Soros' long-standing agenda in the region since the Hamas terror attacks on Israel that occurred on October 7th.
Soros wrote an op-ed sixteen years ago, urging the United States and Israel to allow Hamas entry.
Soros criticized the previvous Bush administration for making a mistake in the Middle East by endorsing the Israeli government's decision to not acknowledge a Palestinian unity governmnet 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.
After carrying out a series of deadly attacks against Israel in October, Hamas has finally concluded their operation.
Soros is involved in providing financial support to organizations such as Al-Shabaka, who allegedly expressed approval for the recent Hamas assault.
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."
Lorrie Goldstein, the former editor of the Toronto Sun, further argues that Hamas desires Israel rather than seeking peace.
According to Goldstein, Hamas has always been unwilling to pursue peace with what it refers to as "the Zionist entity."
The founding charter for Hamas, which was officially established in 1988, states that it will not even try to negotiate with Israel.
The sole objective of the terrorist organization is to eradicate the nation of Israel.
"Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it," the charter stipulates.
Simply put, Hamas aims to completely eliminate Israel in its current form.
In an op-ed he wrote in 2007, Soros criticized Israel and the United States for their refusal to engage in diplomatic relations with the Palestinian government due to its inclusion of Hamas in its coalition.
Soros expressed concerns that both Israel and the United States appear to be unyielding in their reluctance to engage in talks with a Palestinian Authority that comprises of Hamas.
Hamas's refusal to acknowledge Israel's presence is the main obstacle, but it could be established as a requirement for a future agreement instead of a prior condition for talks.
For years, Soros has been using his wealth to support causes that are against Israel.
According to Alan Dershowitz, a retired professor from Harvard Law School, George Soros has been responsible for causing significant harm to Israel's reputation, particularly among individuals who identify as progressive.
According to an article written by Farley Weiss, the Chairman of the Israel Heritage Foundation, for the Jewish News Service on January 23, 2023, George Soros has been the biggest financial supporter of harmful attacks on both Israel and the American Jewish community.
At most, he can be described as a Jewish individual who harbors self-hatred, and his ancestral background should not excuse his actions.
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