Hamas, the Iranian-backed terrorist movement controlling the Gaza Strip, is often one of the first Palestinian groups to condemn Israel for demolishing homes of terrorists or Palestinian-owned houses built illegally in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
One “bright side” is that with plenty of “room at the Inn,” Israel has contracted with the national Dan Hotels to take over entire properties in which to house those infected but not (yet) in serious condition.
Hamas is capable of raining rockets on Sderot, but is unable to care for its civilian population. Israel is already supplying coronavirus testing kits to the Hamas government and preparing to provide medical aid.
The Lebanese newspaper “Al Akhbar”, who has close ties to Hamas and often uses them as a source, claims that Israel told the terror organization that they would not tolerate renewed rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip
By prosecuting Israel, the International Criminal Court has essentially said there’s no point even trying to uphold the laws of war because as the court interprets them, they are incompatible with self-defense.
Giving the Joint List the influence they could have would not only be dangerous to Israel, but be short lived because no Israeli government in any good conscience would truly allow Israel to be undermined these ways.