I hope it's OK to ask on my own behalf here (what else with a narrower scope could I do to obtain a review of a moderator action?).
Philipp apparently cleaned up in the highly active question What is Hamas' strategy in attacking Israel?. Two answers were deleted as "not an answer", among them mine (https://politics.stackexchange.com/a/81632/7226), a fairly short, to-the-point post which at its core stated "The future is a future of an eternal conflict which will never be solved. After this realization, Hamas' strategy is clear: To inflict as much harm on the enemy as they can."
I think this is a fairly specific answer to the question with strong explanatory value, and would therefore like to have his deletion reviewed.
@Philipp This meta question does not get a lot of attention, so let me ask you directly: What motivated your deletion which runs contrary to the reception the question got? It was tied for the second-best voted answer, and the first comment literally was "Sadly, this is probably the most simple yet accurate answer", which in turn was upvoted, indicating that the sentiment was shared. Could it be made viable by finding references? (That is inherently problematic because I think every public statement is only lip service, but it is possible that I find some expert coming to the same conclusion.)