Joe Biden for the first time has made it clear that he is helping to end the war when the Israeli-Palestinian violence escalates in the second week, and continues with US efforts to end the war.
Biden spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday against the American people’s criticism. going forward who want its supervisors to put more pressure to end the violence in Gaza.
“The president has shown his support for ending the war and has discussed what the US has done with Egypt and its allies to do so,” the White House said in a statement on Biden and Netanyahu.
Biden has not indicated his time and the US has been relying on its regional partners to form an alliance. The call came after Netanyahu said over the weekend that the country would continue its affairs military service against the Islamist group Hamas “with all its might”, in which it claims to have US backing.
“There is talk of global pressure. “There is always pressure but all of us are getting a lot of support, first from the US,” Netanyahu said.
In a statement, Biden said he was “strongly supportive of Israel’s right to self-defense against non-rocket threats” and welcomed efforts to end civil strife and bring peace to Jerusalem, according to Readout.
Biden, a Democrat, also “urged Israel to do all it can to protect innocent people”.
As of Monday, Israeli terrorists have killed 212 Palestinians, including 61 women and 36 children, according to the Gaza Health Ministry. Israeli military officials say 130 of the dead are Hamas militants and that Gazan clashes have claimed more than half of the deaths, including women and children. Israel says 10 people have died in Hamas threats, including two children.
The United States earlier Monday closed a UN Security Council resolution on threats to end violence, violence and compliance with international law, according to two UN spies, indicating that this is the third time that the United States has banned or deterred violence since its inception.
Israel has even criticized Democrats who have encouraged Israel to move to Gaza, where the media houses are located over the weekend, saying Hamas – which the US has appointed a foreign terrorist group – is operating in the same house.
Bob Menendez, a democratic leader in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and an aide to Israel, was one of those who said he was “deeply concerned” by reports of Israeli wars that led to the killing of innocent people in Gaza and the demolition of a house used by journalists.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the U.S. has asked for a detailed explanation of the plan to boycott the building after the attack, but has not seen any evidence.
Israel has been shocked by a Hamas rocket that overthrew Israeli security last week, and experts say the country has been seeking to gain strength and destroy Hamas weapons. Israeli forces staged 1,500 demonstrations, with the Islamist group launching more than 3,150 stones since Monday last week, according to the IDF.
Biden and Netanyahu have pledged to stay in touch and have been out of action three times since Monday. The US has also sent Hady Amr, a government official, to the area.
Dennis Ross, a former coalition leader in the Middle East under the auspices of the Democratic and Republican states, said the reading of the law showed Biden was trying to resolve the issue.
“It’s a clever way of [Biden] in making this point: Well, you did what you were supposed to do. Now is the time to find a solution, ”he said.