Experto advierte sobre las consecuencias devastadoras del plan de Biden para admitir a gazatíes en EE. UU.

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JERUSALEM — The White House is considering relocating Palestinians from the Gaza Strip to the United States, which has raised warnings from experts about the potential for terrorism and failed assimilation.

We are constantly evaluating policy proposals to further support Palestinians who are relatives of American citizens and may want to come to the United States, announced White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in early May.

Hamas invaded Israel on October 7 and killed nearly 1,200 people, including over 30 Americans. Video footage shows Gazans cheering on Hamas terrorists as they returned with over 250 people kidnapped from southern Israel. Palestinian civilians, according to the footage, also desecrated the bodies of deceased Israelis and Europeans.

Palestinians in the devastated Gaza Strip have been steeped in Hamas’ terrorist ideology since 2007, according to experts. The U.S.-designated terrorist organization, Hamas, has instilled a dangerous cocktail of anti-Semitic, anti-evangelical, and anti-American thinking in large sectors of the over 2 million inhabitants of Gaza.


Palestinians line up outside the UNRWA aid distribution center in the city of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza Strip, waiting to receive supplies from humanitarian convoys crossing the Rafah crossing at the Egyptian border on December 10, 2023. (Majdi Fathi/TPS-IL)

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Pinhas Inbari, a veteran Arab affairs analyst and Israel correspondent who spent over 14 years covering the West Bank and Gaza, told Fox News Digital: I believe the fundamental issue is whether all of Gaza is Hamas or as Biden tries to convince us that there is a difference between Hamas and Gazans, and that we should treat them differently.

I cannot say that all Gazans are Hamas, but I can say they are indoctrinated by Hamas. Muslims are indoctrinated with Islam and jihad [in Gaza]. You cannot take them as they are now and plant them in the U.S. Biden has to look to Europe to understand.

Inbari pointed to the late April march of over 1,000 radical Islamists in the northern German city of Hamburg. The Islamists announced that the caliphate is the solution. A caliphate is an Islamic state where Sharia law governs all aspects of life. Inbari speaks Arabic fluently.

It will take years of education to teach them not to be jihadist Muslims, he said.

He compared Biden’s plan to bringing Al-Qaeda to the U.S. They are educated to hate America and Christians. They believe that if they hate Jews, they won’t hate Christians. They are wrong. Al-Qaeda hates Christians before Jews.


Biden recommended a website that included defenses of Hamas in articles following the October 7 terrorist attacks in Israel. (Getty Images)

Biden’s immigration plan and pro-Hamas protests on college campuses were recently discussed by some Palestinians in Gaza.

Israel’s TPS-IL news agency published a video showing Gazans discussing immigration and anti-Israel protests on American campuses.

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Everything happening here is according to their plan, said an elderly Palestinian apparently referring to Israel. They attacked Gaza with all their military might but achieved nothing. But now they are working on a new plan. They claim their hearts are with the people of Gaza, that they want to take them out and lighten their burdens.

And this is the fundamental plan of the United States and the occupation: to force us to emigrate. I will not emigrate, even if the whole universe demands it.

There is no evidence that Israel or the U.S. want to pressure Palestinians to emigrate. Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip in 2005, and the Palestinian terrorist movement took power in 2007.


Fighters from the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the Palestinian Hamas movement, attend the funeral of comrade Mohammed Abed during his funeral in Rafah in southern Gaza Strip on February 16, 2022. (Said Khatib/AFP via Getty Images)

However, a younger man in the TPS video expressed a desire to change residence.

Why stay here? No one will stay. Everything is ruined. Why stay? he said.

A middle-aged man added: I am 55 years old personally. I don’t mind emigrating. But for my children, I will tell them to leave.

A Palestinian man vehemently opposes immigration.

Who is emigrating? God forbid, he said. Whoever emigrates has no [love for] the country, religion, or belief. This is someone who has no loyalty to Gaza… who has no real ties to Gaza or Palestine.

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Pro-Hamas protests on American college campuses were addressed by a Palestinian woman, who said: I believe Hamas supports the protests in the U.S. Thanks to the students in the U.S. who support the Palestinian people.

A Palestinian man added: Surely Hamas supports these college students and should support them for that.

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