In an interview with Fusion TV, Hillary Clinton argues Hamas hides their military weapons among civilians due mainly to geography, not radical religious beliefs or their hatred of Israel.
The former secretary of state prefaced her theory by telling Ramos, "I’m not a military planner." "Hamas puts its missiles, its rockets in civilian areas," she then said before blaming the poor storage spot on the combination of the "small" size of Gaza and their large population.
Breitbart's Joel Pollak writes:
As Secretary of State, Clinton was part of the relentless pressure on Israel that emboldened Hamas, once berating Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over some apartments in Jerusalem. And as First Lady, Clinton was one of the first to endorse a Palestinian state, and infamously lent credence to absurd charges that Israel was using chemical weapons.
Clinton is not doing anything to distance herself in a meaningful way from Obama's disastrous Middle East policies--nor can she, since she helped carried them out and shares much of his ideological orientation.
So the idea that a President Clinton might have been friendlier to Israel, or might be in the future, lacks any real evidence--other than her long track record of interest-group pandering, which saw her lean opportunistically to the pro-Israel side when she represented New York in the U.S. Senate.