Vivek Ramaswamy calls for Israel to kill all Hamas leaders in a similar way to the ‘Red Wedding’ in ‘Game of Thrones’

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy said Israel should surprise Hamas leaders at the Four Seasons in Doha – by killing every one of them to mirror the “Red Wedding” bloodbath episode in “Games of Thrones.”

Ramaswamy, speaking at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership conference in Las Vegas, boomed that the Jewish state has an “absolute and unequivocal” right to defend itself, including killing the leaders of the terrorist organization that massacred 1,400 civilians in Jewish state on Oct. 7. 

“If Israel and Mossad want to… take out every last leader of Hamas wherever they may be hiding, from Doha to Dresden — host a ‘Red Wedding’ at the Four Seasons in Qatar the next time [Hamas leaders Khaled] Haniyeh and [Ismail] Mashal show up — they should go ahead and do it,” he said, referring the scene in HBO’s “Games of Thrones” where several members of the Stark House were shockingly slayed during a wedding feast.  

The White House hopeful also went on to suggest to his audience that Israel ditch any pursuit of a “two-state solution,” which would establish an independent state of Palestine alongside Israel.

“If Israel wants to at long last abandon the myth of a two-state solution, Israel should go ahead and abandon a two state solution,” he said. 

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy said Israel should surprise Hamas leaders at the Four Seasons in Doha – by killing every one of them to mirror the “Red Wedding” bloodbath episode in “Games of Thrones.”
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Robb Stark was among the characters killed during the “Red Wedding” episode on the HBO series “Game of Thrones.”
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Ramaswamy suggested that Israel abandon pursuing a two-state solution.
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“The rest of the Arab world can absorb the Palestinians, just as the Jews absorbed their people out of 22 countries they were kicked out of since 1948.” 

Other presidential contenders speaking at the RJC conference Saturday included former President Donald Trump, Florid Gov. Ron DeSantis, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and former UN ambassador Nikki Haley. 


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