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Israel Tells Biden Who’s The Boss

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu set the agenda for the war in Gaza with President Biden and made it clear that he is making the rules around here in a recent statement.

“I spoke tonight with the President of the United States, Joe Biden. We talked about the latest developments in the war, including Israel’s commitment to achieve all the goals of the war: the elimination of Hamas, the release of all our hostages, and the promise that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israel – while providing the necessary humanitarian aid that helps achieve these goals.”

This is a not-so-subtle way of saying that the U.S. will give us no limitations on what we want to do in Gaza. Period.

This comes as the Washington Post reports that the Biden administration knew as early as October 27, 2023 that Israel was “bombing buildings without solid intelligence that they were legitimate military targets” in its retaliation for the October 7 attack on Tel Aviv.

Publicly, the Biden administration continues to pay lip service to protecting civilians while enabling the continued attacks on Gaza, even though the U.S. has long-since known that “the elimination of Hamas” is not possible. As the WaPo puts it: “the Biden administration [is]] providing Israel unfettered support.” Full stop.

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