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Fetterman Blasts Kamala For Her Anti-Israel Stance

Senator John Fetterman, a strong advocate for Israel’s right to self-defense in its conflict with Hamas, criticized Vice President Kamala Harris for suggesting potential consequences if Israel were to proceed with an assault on Rafah, the final stronghold of Hamas.

Harris was interviewed on Sunday by Rachel Scott on ABC News’ “This Week.” During the interview, Scott asked Harris about the potential consequences if Israel were to attack Rafah, questioning whether it would be considered a significant action by the Biden administration.

When questioned about the potential repercussions of Israel’s actions in Rafah, Harris provided a response.

“We have been clear in multiple conversations and in every way that any major military operation in Rafah would be a huge mistake. Let me tell you something, I have been studying the maps. There’s nowhere for those folks to go. And we’re looking at about 1.5 million people in Rafah who were there because they were told to go there, most of them. And so we’ve been very clear that it would be a mistake to move into Rafah with any type of military operation.” Harris said.

Fetterman responded strongly on X.

In late January, when confronted by anti-Israel protesters at his residence, Fetterman took a bold stance by standing on his roof and proudly displaying an Israeli flag.

In a recent statement, Fetterman strongly criticized South Africa, a country with a troubled history of racial violence, for accusing Israel of genocide during its conflict with Hamas.

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