Benjamin Netanyahu on Hamas

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The pain is deep but our roots in the land are no less deep. Terror will never defeat us. Terror will never defeat us. We will continue to strengthen our state; we will continue to build up our land.feedback
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Jul 23 2017
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All quotes by Benjamin Netanyahu on Hamas

If someone wants to know the truth he should read our report . Whoever wants a baseless, automatic accusation against Israel can waste their time reading the UN report.feedback

So far we the battle is progressing as planned but we can expected (more) stages in the future. Until now we have hit Hamas and the terror organisations hard and as the battle continues we will increase our strikes at them.feedback

Today we've sent a clear message to Hamas and to other terrorist organisations and if there is a need, the Israeli Defence Forces are prepared to widen the operation. We will continue to do everything to defend our citizens.feedback

There is no moral symmetry, there is no moral equivalence between Israel and the terrorist organisations in Gaza. The terrorists are committing a double war crime: they fire at Israeli civilians and they hide behind Palestinian civilians – and by contrast Israel takes every measure to avoid civilian casualties.feedback

We will respond with a heavy hand to the brutal murder of Jews who came to pray and were killed by lowly murderers.feedback

My policy and instructions are clear: we will strike anybody that plans to strike us, tries to strike us or actually does hit us. The Israeli Army is dealing these terror organisations very heavy blows.feedback

It is either peace with Hamas or peace with Israel. You can't have them both.feedback

We must strike hard at the people of Hamas and its infrastructure in the West Bank. We won't rest till we get the last of them, wherever they try to hide, no matter how long it takes.feedback

Instead of moving into peace with Israel, he's moving into peace with Hamas. And he has to choose. Does he want peace with Hamas or peace with Israel? You can have one but not the other. I hope he chooses peace; so far he hasn't done so.feedback

Tear up your pact with Hamas. Sit down and negotiate. Make peace with the Jewish state.feedback

But the important thing to understand is the reason we have civilians killed is not because Israel targeted civilians but because Hamas is using civilians as human shields. We use missiles to protect our people. They use people to protect their missiles.feedback

We will not allow extremists, it doesn't matter what side, to inflame the region and cause bloodshed.feedback

We are prepared to act if the peace is violated. The campaign objectives were achieved. I know some were expecting a harsher response. We are prepared for that, too.feedback

I think its an overture to American public opinion, to world public opinion, to try to placate and somehow smooth over the fact that he made a terrible step away from peace. He made a giant leap backward away from peace, because he embraced Hamas that calls for the extermination of Jews worldwide, for the eradication of Israel, and actually acts on a daily basis against peace.feedback

What is interesting is that he (Abbas) didn't condemn Hamas for calling for Israel's destruction, just as previously he didn't condemn the rockets fired at Israel. And to my regret, he is working for unity with this same Hamas, which is supported by Iran.feedback

Israel captured a ship on the high seas, stocked with weapons destined for terrorist groups. These weapons were going to be used against Israel. The entire operation, this clandestine operation was organised by Iran. While Iran is conducting these talks, smiling to the international community, it continues to arm terrorist groups, it continues to perpetrate terrorism around the world.feedback

The goal of this operation was to protect our people from the threat of terror tunnels built to send death squads into Israel, to commit terrorist atrocities against Israel's civilians, to kidnap and to kill. Israel deeply regrets every civilian casualty, every single one.feedback

We are at the height of a complicated operation. We must be prepared for the possibility it could take time.feedback

Hamas rules Gaza and it is responsible for its security, even if the perpetrators are Islamic Jihad.feedback

Our teenagers were kidnapped by a terror organisation with all certainty. There is no doubt about it.feedback

We have begun proximity talks. I think it is high-time to begin direct talks. I think with the help of President Obama, President Abbas and myself should engage in direct talks to reach a political settlement of peace, coupled with security and prosperity.feedback

ISIS must be defeated. But to defeat ISIS and leave Iran as a threshold nuclear power is to win the battle and lose the war.feedback

Whoever was involved in the kidnapping and the murder will bear the consequences. We will neither rest nor slow down until we reach the last of them and it does not matter where they will try to hide.feedback

We will continue to act with patience and forbearance, with determination, responsibility and aggression to achieve the goal of the campaign, restoring calm for a long period by dealing a significant blow to Hamas and other terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip. The Israeli army is prepared for all possibilities.feedback

We have Palestinian workers working in Israel, some legally and some illegally, and they [presumably Israel's opponents] exploit that to put in terrorists of Hamas, terrorists that unfortunately are incited by the Palestinian Authority, by the Palestinian president. I think we'll do whatever we can to prevent this danger.feedback

As of now, we have neutralised dozens of terrorist tunnels and we are determined to complete this mission, with or without a ceasefire, and therefore I will not agree to any proposal that does not allow the IDF (Israeli Defence Force) to complete this work which is important for the security of Israel's citizens.feedback

Israel didn't deliberately target civilians, and our investigative bodies work according to the highest international standards, which of course is not the case for Hamas.feedback

The ramming in Jerusalem is a direct result of the incitement by Abu Mazen [Abbas] and his partners in Hamas. We are in a continuous battle over Jerusalem, which I have no doubt we will win.feedback

Our policy is clear. If the attacks on Israel's citizens and soldiers continue, the response will be much harsher.feedback

The state of Israel faces huge challenges and I have to tell you this honestly before the elections. Iran is still advancing in its nuclear programme. Hezbollah and Hamas equip themselves with rockets. Radical Islam is taking over the region. It makes regimes collapse one after the other.feedback

The army did a great job. But the Kadima government stopped short of achieving the goal. There is only one thing that will remove the missile threat to Ashkelon and other cities and towns in Israel, and that's to bring down the Hamas government, and we will bring down the Hamas government.feedback

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