The president made an emotional speech while in Israel, but his visit was cut short after the leaders of Jordan, Egypt, and the Palestinians cancelled a scheduled meeting. President Joe Biden, who was clearly inconsolable, expressed his condolences, outrage, pledged U.S. support for humanitarian and security efforts, and issued a heartfelt warning to Israelis considering their course of action in the wake of what he called the Jewish state’s 9/11 attacks: “Don’t make the mistakes we did.”
When you see the killings of infants and the elderly, it’s impossible not to cry out for justice. However, I must issue a warning: Try not to let your fury consume you.
In the U.S., we were furious following 9/11. As he concluded an unusual wartime visit to Israel, Biden remarked, “While we sought justice and received justice, we also made mistakes.
However, after supporting the Iraq War in 2002, Biden has criticised the United States’ decision to start the protracted conflict in response to al-Qaida’s attack in 2001. He did not go into detail about the faults the country made in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
Faced with a delicate diplomatic scenario, the president declared his unwavering support for Israel while simultaneously pleading for assistance and kindness for Palestinian citizens who are unaffiliated with Hamas, the recognised terrorist organisation that was behind the attack on Israel on October 7 via air, sea, and land.
Since the Holocaust, the day of the Hamas attack “became the deadliest day for the Jewish people.” At that time, everyone in the globe watched but did nothing. We won’t remain inactive once more.
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He promised to submit a request to Congress for a “unprecedented support package” for Israel’s defence, which would include funding for the Iron Dome, the country’s mobile air defence system.
The president also expressed solidarity for the Palestinian people, making sure to emphasise that they are not the same as Hamas or any other organisation that has been declared a terrorist organisation. He pledged $100 million in humanitarian aid to Gaza and the West Bank, money he claimed would assist 1 million displaced and conflict-affected persons, in order to relieve the suffering of Palestinian citizens.
He was observed speaking softly to the bereaved family members about his personal losses, which included the passings of his wife, daughter, and, more recently, his son Beau from brain cancer.
Tuesday’s explosion at a hospital in Gaza hindered Biden’s diplomatic attempts. Arab nations have held Israel accountable for the incident, which Palestinian officials claim claimed the lives of several hundred individuals.
Israel has denied any involvement, although much of the Arab and Muslim world is where the story takes place. Israeli flags were set afire in front of the Istanbul consulate by protesters. The State Department advised Americans not to travel to Lebanon after protesters in Lebanon marched to the American embassy.
According to evidence presented to him by the U.S. Department of Defence, Biden said on Wednesday that the explosion was brought on by an errant rocket fired by a terrorist organisation.
On his way back to Washington, D.C., Biden acknowledged that some people in the area had doubts about that conclusion. I don’t say things like that unless I have faith in the source from which I obtained them, he continued. According to our defence department, it is quite improbable that it is Israelis.
The president appealed with the parties not to give in to terrorist attempts to undermine any prospects for peace in the region, even as circumstances hampered Biden’s efforts to diffuse the situation and prevent it from getting worse.
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