Biden says 'I'm sorry' after Muslim-American leaders encourage him to apologize for questioning Hamas' casualty reports

"I’m sorry. I’m disappointed in myself.” 

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Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
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After questioning the number of casualties in Gaza, which were provided by the notoriously unreliable Gaza Health Ministry, President Joe Biden reportedly apologized to multiple prominent Muslim-American leaders after openly questioning the accuracy of the death toll from the Hamas run government.
 
Biden questioned the figures during an Oct. 25 press conference stating, "I have no notion that the Palestinians are telling the truth about how many people are killed. I’m sure innocents have been killed, and it’s a price of waging war."

According to The Washington Post, Biden reportedly met with five Muslim American leaders the following day and told the group "I’m sorry. I’m disappointed in myself.” 

The Muslim-American leaders reportedly urged Biden to show more empathy to the Palestinians and the President allegedly hugged one of the participants at the conclusion of the meeting.

Many have questioned the numbers from the Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health, claiming that over 14,000 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed in Israel’s war against Hamas.



There appears to be no distinction between who was a terrorist and who was a civilian in the totals. Additionally, Hamas has repeatedly lied about the casualty numbers, and videos have even shown “dead” bodies moving, sitting up, and even checking cell phones while being filmed for propaganda videos.



The most outrageous example was Hamas claiming 500 people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a hospital, which was parroted by the mainstream media. It was revealed by US and Israeli intelligence, using, in part, footage from Al Jazeera, that a Palestinian Islamic Jihad rocket misfired and landed in the hospital parking lot.



The true death toll, if any, is still unknown.

There have been over 1,200 fatalities in Israel, most of them civilians, who were killed when the Hamas terrorists broke through the security fence and raped, tortured, and executed people in multiple communities, including Americans.

Biden has also faced criticism from progressive Democrats in his support for Israel following the attacks.

On Friday, Israel and Hamas agreed to a pause in fighting in a hostage-for-prisoner deal that is supposed to return 50 hostages to Israel and dozens of Palestinian prisoners to Gaza.

On Sunday Biden said, "For weeks, I’ve been advocating to pause the fighting for two purposes: to increase the assistance getting into the Gaza civilians who need help and to facilitate the release of hostages. We know that innocent children in Gaza are suffering greatly as well."
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