Trump frames Gaza conflict as battle between “good” Israel and “evil” Hamas
11/02/2023 // Ramon Tomey // Views

For former President Donald Trump, the ongoing conflict in the Middle East is a battle between "good" Israel and "evil" Hamas – even though Israel has killed more innocent lives in the ongoing conflict.

During the leadership summit of the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) in Las Vegas on Oct. 28, Trump denounced Hamas as "monsters" and remarked that the deaths on both the Israeli and Palestinian sides are "on the shoulders of Hamas alone."

"Every single life that is lost in this conflict is on the shoulders of Hamas, Hamas alone – and I think you have to really add in the word Iran. There can be no sympathy, no excuses and no escape for this monster. We will do what has to be done," Trump said.

"This is a fight between civilization and savagery; between decency and depravity; and between good and evil. There is no comparison between a group that worships death and a group that cherishes life and cherishes our nation."

According to Trump, Hamas' Oct. 7 attack during a music festival in Israel proved that the conflict is not a battle between "equal sides." Hamas operatives killed more than 1,4000 and abducted hundreds more at the Nir Oz community, prompting Jerusalem to respond with aerial bombardments and ground offensives on the Gaza Strip. More than 8,000 Palestinians have been killed in the course of this military offensive.

The real estate mogul-turned-chief executive is the leading Republican candidate to face off against the Democratic candidate, incumbent President Joe Biden. Trump denounced Biden for having "turned a blind eye to the greatest outbreak of antisemitism in American history." He blamed the current administration for letting in "colossal amounts of jihadists" as either refugees or foreign students and vowed to stop the "mass importation of antisemitism" if elected as president in the 2024 election.

Trump vows IDEOLOGICAL SCREENING for potential migrants

"They're letting [the jihadists] in at levels that nobody's ever seen before," lamented Trump. "We cannot allow that to happen. We don't want to be like Europe, with jihadists on every corner.

The former president promised to reimpose the travel ban he put in place shortly after taking office in 2017. The ban, which his successor Biden repealed in 2021, restricted travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States.

Moreover, Trump also lamented the "pro-jihadist" demonstrations in major U.S. cities and on college campuses amid the Israel conflict. Given this, he promised to deport foreign nationals who protested in support of Hamas and vowed that no jihadists would be allowed to step on American soil.

"I'll be implementing strong ideological screenings for all immigrants coming in," Trump said. "If you hate America; if you want to abolish Israel; if you sympathize with jihadists – then we don't want you in our country, and you're not going to be getting into our country." (Related: Trump promises IDEOLOGICAL SCREENING for potential immigrants if reelected as president.)

Foreign students who supported Hamas and joined the pro-Palestine demonstrations won't be going scot-free, with their study visas to be canceled and the students themselves to be deported "come 2025." Colleges and universities who refuse to purge "antisemitism and pro-terrorism" from their campuses could lose both federal funding and their academic accreditation, Trump warned.

The former chief executive ultimately stressed the conflict in Israel wouldn't have happened under his watch.

"For four years, you didn't have any of these problems. Think of it – you wouldn't have Ukraine [fighting Russia]; you wouldn't have Israel being attacked; you wouldn't have inflation; you wouldn't have anything."

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