Dr. Phil on Hamas’s October 7 atrocities: ‘I don’t give a damn why they did it — it’s wrong’

Dr. Phil calls on pro-Palestinian activists to condemn Hamas’s October 7 massacre in southern Israel, during an episode featuring Mosab Hassan Yousef, the disowned eldest son of the co-founder of Hamas.

“There are some things that are just fundamental human decency,” he says in response to one of the two activists who appeared on the show alongside Yousef.

“When I ask you if what happened on October 7th is something you condemn and you say well you have to look at that by looking at hundreds of years of conflict, no you don’t. That’s either right or it’s wrong, and it was wrong, and I don’t need a hundred years of conflict to know it was wrong.”

“Let me tell you something. When someone comes over a fence and goes into someone’s house and burns their infant in its crib, I don’t give a damn why they did it — it’s wrong,” he adds.

War erupted in Gaza after Hamas’s October 7 massacre, which saw some 3,000 terrorists burst across the border into Israel by land, air and sea, killing some 1,200 people and seizing 253 hostages, mostly civilians, many amid horrific acts of brutality and sexual assault.

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