Squad Dems Quiet As Evidence In Favor Of Israel Images

While far-left lawmakers in Congress blamed Israel for last month’s Gaza hospital explosion, a human rights organization with a track record of anti-Israel declarations and behavior finally admitted that evidence indicated it was a misfired rocket by Hamas terrorists.

A report shows the conclusion reached by Human Rights Watch reported that a rocket struck the al-Ahli Arab Hospital on October 17.

Democrat “Squad” Representatives Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) swiftly condemned the hospital explosion as an attack by the Israel Defense Forces, referencing casualty tolls reported by the Gaza Ministry of Health, which is under Hamas control.

Opting to publish remarks that raise suspicion on Israeli and US assessments, Omar and Tlaib have never removed their postings on X accusing Israel of the blast or repeating the exaggerated mortality tally.

Also unresponsive to demands for comment were Democrat representatives Jamaal Bowman (NY), Ayanna Pressley (Mass.), and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY), who had previously attempted to protect Tlaib from a House censure after her calls for the annihilation of Israel.

Eyewitness accounts from Hamas operatives and other sources detail how Hamas blends in among civilians in healthcare facilities.

While questioned by Israeli interrogators, captured Hamas members confessed that the terrorist organization ruthlessly utilizes hospitals and innocent people as human shields in its attacks against Israeli soldiers.

In films released by the IDF, several terrorists from Hamas who Israel arrested spoke about how the organization concealed weapons beneath mattresses and pretended to be physicians and nurses to avoid detection.

A member of Hamas claims to have been inside Gaza’s biggest hospital complex, al-Shifa, where he claimed that 50,000 people were taking shelter.

He told the interrogator that the physicians were upset because the facility was housing members of terrorist groups like Hamas.

Among the approximately one hundred terrorists present in the medical facility were adherents of Islamic Jihad, the second-biggest terrorist organization after Hamas.

He said that the individuals involved were not medical professionals but rather Hamas agents who posed as nurses and doctors in the wards and the intensive care unit.