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Question Sets Off Hamas Spokesman Who Storms Out of Interview

via The Telegraph

During a BBC interview, a Hamas spokesperson, Ghazi Hamad, walked out when questioned about the killing of civilians in the group’s attack against Israel.

Hamad claimed that the attack was focused on military targets and denied any command to kill innocent people.

However, evidence suggests that Hamas targeted civilians, including elementary schools and youth centers. (Trending: Democrat’s Disturbing Ties to Terrorism Exposed)

He claimed that there was “no command” to kill innocent people.

Hamad claimed that the Oct. 7 attack “was a military operation.”

“It was directed for military purposes, for the military sites,” he insisted.

The interviewer aseked, “But hundreds of civilians were killed.”

Hamad sidestepped the interruption and said, “Military soldiers who imposed sanctions and collective punishment against our people.”

“And I think from the first moment, we declared that this operation was not directed to the civilians. But I can confirm and assure again and again that there was no command, no command to kill any civilians.” (Trending: Kamala Harris Serves Up Another Dish of Her ‘Signature Word Salad’)

When asked about justifying killing people as they sleep, Hamad abruptly ended the interview by throwing his microphone on the floor.

The BBC interviewer asked, “How do you justify killing people as they sleep? You know, families? How do you justify—?”

Hamad abruptly said, “I want to stop this interview.”

“I want to stop this interview,” he said before storming off.

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