Fmr US Ambassador to Israel: ‘They Have to Obliterate Hamas,’ Reset the Middle East


Israel is going to “obliterate Hamas.” That’s the assessment of former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. We spoke to Friedman about the impact of the war against the terrorist group, and what it could mean for the future of the Middle East.

David Brody: Benjamin Netanyahu has actually said that Hamas’ attack would change the Middle East. What did he mean by that? How do you see the road map going forward now?

David Friedman: Well, I think Israel has been in battles with Hamas for a couple of decades, as you know, and the way they’ve looked at it in the past has been to manage the conflict. I think those are the words they used, to degrade Hamas, set them back a couple of years, and then revisit the issue later.

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