RELEASE: Gottheimer Statement on Anyone Who Still Refuses to Unequivocally Condemn Hamas

Dec 29, 2023

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, December 29, 2023, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) released the following statement on anyone who still refuses to unequivocally condemn Hamas terrorists:

 “More than eighty days ago, on October 7, Hamas terrorists brutally massacred more than forty Americans and beheaded, burned alive, and raped countless others. Six Americans are still held hostage.

We will never, ever forget anyone who has refused, even to this day, to unequivocally condemn Hamas and their extensive war crimes.

Since October 7, Iranian proxies, including the Houthis, Hamas, and Hezbollah, have continually fired rockets at Israel. Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria have regularly targeted American troops.

Thank you, President Biden, and everyone who has stood strong in the fight against terror and extremism.”


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