Hamas leaves room for CO-EXISTENCE
Mahmoud Zahar, a top Hamas leader said Friday that they had no immediate plans to change its policy and recognize Israel . . .Hardline position, yes. But, a far cry from the threat, oft repeated by the MSM, that they aim to drive Israel into the sea.
"If the Israelis have something to fulfill the basic demand of the Palestinian people concerning the occupied territories, detainees, question of Jerusalem, our national interests, we are going to re-evaluate this argument."
Clearly, Hamas leaves room for co-existence. Let's see what happens.