In a recent interview with Fox's Megyn Kelly, Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas founder and leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, recounts his doubts about the end of the Israel-Gaza conflict. While Yousef reiterates that peace between Israel and Palestinians may be possible, he cannot say the same for Israel and Hamas.
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The only way to defeat Hamas is to unmask them by exposing their ideology, Yousef warned on "The Kelly File."
"Hamas is not a political party; it's not even a Palestinian organization. Hamas hijacked the Palestinian cause and infiltrated the society to push their religious ideological agendas," Yousef told Kelly.
Yousef continued by discussing the role of democracies, specifically the United States, in the context of the conflict. "Democracies don't negotiate with terrorists or terrorist organizations. As long as Hamas continues and insists to be a terrorist organization, using force to push their political and religious agendas, I think all democracies must unify to fight this type of organization."