Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu points at a video screen showing Hamas militants firing rockets into Israel from areas near schools and Hamas deploying civilians as human shields, as he gives a news conference in Jerusalem. A day after the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, posted the video of American journalist James Foley's killing, Netanyahu debuted his latest catchphrase: "Hamas is ISIS. ISIS is Hamas." He has continued to repeat the slogan at news conferences, on Twitter and even at his weekly Cabinet meeting Sunday, Aug. 24. Hamas itself condemned Netanyahu's comparison, saying its battle is against Israel, not against the entire West.