Resistbot Petition: Request for Investigation into Israeli Army Conduct and Hamas's StatusResistbot Petition: Request for Investigation into Israeli Army Conduct and Hamas's Status

An open letter to the President & U.S. Congress

Request for Investigation into Israeli Army Conduct and Hamas's Status

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Drawing parallels between Hamas and the Jewish resistance during the Holocaust can provide a different perspective on the situation. Both groups were formed in response to oppressive conditions, and their actions should be understood within these contexts. It's important to highlight that the narratives surrounding Hamas are often distorted, with numerous unfounded accusations clouding the truth. This is a matter of concern that requires attention. Furthermore, on October 7th, there were alarming reports of the Israeli army causing harm to their own civilians, as evidenced by this video (youtu.be/9iqc0IEgCSs?si=JKNZHU1krhhS4mqS). This raises serious questions about the conduct of the Israeli military and the safety of its citizens. Therefore, it is requested that a thorough and impartial investigation be conducted into these allegations. In light of these considerations, it is demanded that Hamas be removed from the list of terrorist groups. For a more comprehensive understanding of the situation, please refer to this link (tinyurl.com/buthamasfull).

▶ Created on February 12 by Weston

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