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Woman Who Trump Helped Free From Jail Overseas Praises Hamas Terrorists

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Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian American woman who was freed from an Egyptian jail with help from the Trump administration, recently expressed support for Hamas and criticized those condemning the group for its actions.

Hijazi’s social media posts have drawn criticism for supporting Hamas and Palestinians while criticizing Israel, leading to concerns about her political affiliations and views.

“I don’t condemn HAMAS and never will,” Aya Hijazi posted.

“I don’t condemn Palestinians who exhausted every peaceful way on earth to end their occupation and save their lives.”

“I condemn anyone who asks the world to condemn HAMAS,” she pressed.

“You are morally abhorrent with reverse standards.”

“One for the Whites and ones for everyone else. And your standards of occupation, land theft, besiegement and mass murder don’t apply to me.”

Hussain Abdul-Hussain, a research fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, blasted Hijazi’s remarks.

“There is no amount of ingratitude in the world that can beat Hijazi’s ungratefulness to her country that came to her rescue,” he pressed.

“Hijazi’s venom in her X posts is not directed against the U.S. only, but against the West at large, which she often depicts as the White Colonial Man,” he added.

“The irony is that, had the thought of this West – life, liberty and equality – not spread throughout the world, Hijazi would have been probably locked up at her father’s house, married shortly after puberty, then locked up again at her husband’s house, birthing a dozen children and running the household.”

“Had it not been for this Western thought, Hijazi would have likely been illiterate, her voice never heard outside her family quarters.”

“It was her U.S. citizenship that made the leader of the free world throw America’s weight behind her freedom, and then receive her like royalty in the Oval Office,” he concluded.

Despite the Trump administration’s efforts to secure her release, Hijazi has voiced support for Biden and later criticized him, raising questions about her political stance and gratitude towards the United States.

Hijazi stated that she is “always very grateful for being freed by the United States and the honorable treatment I received” but remains “heartbroken that the expectation of gratitude equates an expectation of silence over genocide and colonization.”

“Indeed, I have huge critiques of many of the White Man’s vices, most notably colonization and foreign policy,” she added. “At the same time, most of my time and life’s work is in fact dedicated to critiquing the practices of brown/Muslim/ Men. I don’t ascribe to the idea that any group should be immune to critique, including one’s own.”

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