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New ZOA Monograph Educates Students, Media, Congress on Hamas

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Qassam rocket launchers in Gaza. Photo: Israel Defense Forces.

Qassam rocket launchers in Gaza. Photo: Israel Defense Forces. – In the aftermath of the recent 50-day Gaza conflict, the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) is distributing a new monograph on the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas to college and high school students, the media, member of Congress, and others.

“The truth needs to be told about Hamas’s war crimes,” ZOA National President Morton A. Klein said in a statement. “Israel acted in an exemplary humane manner, unknown in the history of warfare, while fighting to defend innocent Israelis from Hamas’s constant bombardment. Hamas and its collaborators are especially targeting college students this fall; ZOA is and will be there, spreading the truth.”

ZOA said its monograph—titled “The Truth About Hamas’s War Against Israel”—covers Hamas’s stated goal of annihilating Israel and murdering every Jew; its targeting of innocent Israeli civilians with more than 19,000 rockets and other means; its repeated cease-fire violations; its use of civilian shields and deliberate placement of rockets and launchers in homes, schools, and elsewhere; how it inflates civilian casualty figures and stages pictures of casualties; its intimidation of journalists; its false claims that Israel targets civilians in U.N. schools, camps, and hospitals; its executions of Arab dissenters and murders of tunnel workers; and its exploitation of Arab children.

Regarding Israel, the monograph details the Jewish state’s protection of Gazan civilians and its humanitarian aid to Gaza despite continuous rocket attacks, as well as Hamas’s use of that aid to build terror tunnels.

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