Families of hostages held captive by Hamas ask Biden to stop interfering on behalf of terrorists

“The outline proposed by President Biden, ostensibly on behalf of the Israeli government, is a proposal that endangers the future of the State of Israel."

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
Families of hostages still held captive by Hamas have asked US President Joe Biden to stand down and stop interfering on behalf of the terrorists.

According to a statement posted by The Tikva Forum, which “brings together the families of abductees, works with the goal of assisting the speedy release of all the abductees, down to the last of them - out of national responsibility and trust in the resilience of the State of Israel and the IDF,” the “Biden administration's continued pressure on the Israeli government's decision-making during this existential war is unacceptable.”

The group posted on X, “The outline proposed by President Biden, ostensibly on behalf of the Israeli government, is a proposal that endangers the future of the State of Israel. We respectfully ask the President to trust our experience and expertise on the Middle East.”

The group continued, “Hamas must be completely destroyed. Every sign of weakness will empower it to commit the next massacre. The abductees will only be returned if Hamas is totally dismantled and begs for help. If Gazans are allowed to return to the northern Gaza Strip before the release of all the hostages, Israel will lose a key form of pressure. One that can cost our hostages' lives.”

“Please, honorable POTUS, respect the decisions made by Israel's elected leadership and stand by us as a true ally in this difficult time,” the group concluded.

On Tuesday, CIA director William Burns and White House Mideast Czar Brett McGurk reportedly traveled back to the Middle East for meetings in Doha and Cairo, hoping to advance a hostage deal proposed by Biden last week.

Many in Israel had significant issues with the deal, believing that it would allow Hamas to remain in power. Hamas has yet to formally respond to the proposal, but on Tuesday, Hamas official Osama Hamdan indicated that the terrorist organization also had issues with the plan.

Over 120 hostages, including 5 Americans, have been held by Hamas since the October 7 attacks on the Jewish state. 
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