United States President Joe Biden said Thursday the US will receive a to stop the war The alliance between Israel and Hamas on the Gaza Strip is a signal that the US will continue to support Israel militarily.
“The United States fully supports Israel’s right to protect themselves from the unspecified plots of Hamas and other terrorist groups based in Gaza that have taken the lives of innocent people,” Biden told the White House in Washington.
“These abuses have resulted in the tragic deaths of many civilians, including children, and I extend my condolences to all families, Israelis and Palestinians, who have lost loved ones,” Biden said.
In a phone call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu earlier today, Biden said he “thanked” Israelis for ending the war 11 days later and “assured” Netanyahu of continuing US military support.
Biden said he had spoken to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as part of a “strong dialogue” and thanked the Egyptians for helping to sign the agreement.
Biden said the US would work with the United Nations and other international organizations to “provide immediate assistance” to the people of Gaza.
“We are doing this in full co-operation with the Palestinian Authority, not Hamas … in a way that will not allow Hamas to resume its weapons,” Biden said.
Israel and Hamas agreed a plea for an end to war in Egypt to take place on Friday in Gaza even though the sound of explosions is heard in Gaza.
Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office has announced that his defense minister has unanimously voted for a “fair” agreement.
Earlier, a Hamas official said the ceasefire was “a joint venture and a joint venture”, Reuters reported.
“Palestinian resistance follows the agreement as long as the (Israeli) mission does the same,” said Taher al-Nono, a media adviser to Hamas chief Ismail Haniya.
Egypt has ordered two security envoys from Israel and the Palestinian territories to work on the conflict, according to Reuters.
The actions of experts in the US in declaring the end of the war were a great relief and realized that the causes of the war were still there.
Aaron David Miller, chief of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, sent word that the ceasefire could be “difficult in any case”.
Fire can be extinguished and those approved by the Israeli Council may be at risk of any complications. The Middle East has two mobile exhibitions – slow and slow. High expectations expect low.
– Aaron David Miller (@ aarondmiller2) May 20, 2021
Shibley Telhami, a professor at the University of Maryland, said the agreement was a “fig leaf” on both sides and needed that even if “guns remain silent … violent labor violence” would continue.
3 tips for putting out a fire:
1. All the parts needed, just need a fig leaf
2. Biden’s problem: If he says he was fired yesterday, why didn’t he do it before he died?
3. Guns will remain silent, but internal violence will not go away.https://t.co/kolob9KNxQ
– Shibley Telhami (@ShibleyTelhami) May 20, 2021
Biden was he urged Netanyahu to multiply Conflicts in the Gaza conflict are “on the way” to stop calls on May 19. The two leaders spoke six times in 11 days of clashes between Israel and Hamas.
“The president has told the Prime Minister that he expects a major drop today in the run-up to the war,” White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters.
Biden and officials are urging Netanyahu and other Israeli officials to stop the bomb blast in Gaza, Associated Press reports.
Biden is facing domestic violence in the US to support Israel and re-establish an alliance with the US using US-made weapons and Palestinian human rights abuses.
Democrats in Congress under the leadership of progressive parliamentarians Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Bernie Sanders introduced preventive measures Arms sale for $ 735m in Israel.
Biden spoke “discreetly” to Netanyahu’s summons on Monday, when the US President told the Israeli Prime Minister that opposition to Gaza’s persecution could be resolved in the short term, the New York Times reported.
At the White House reading of Biden’s summons to Netanyahu on Monday he said Biden had shown support for ending the war, but reaffirmed Israel’s right to self-defense and did not say anything about the US urging Israel to end the war.