Charlotte, NC — Over the past few days, news reports have been filled with information regarding the latest violence between Israel and Hamas. It is part of the violence that has continued throughout the region for many years but seems to have escalated quickly since Biden took office. It’s just the latest mess that President Joe Biden has created and is a nightmare worth paying attention to.
We reported a few days ago about how church leaders had sent a letter to Biden urging a quick departure from historical US positions. One is the support of Israel. These leaders believe that backing the Jewish state is no longer important and that Israel’s actions are a violation of human rights. That’s similar language to what has been used by radicals in the US government like the Democrat squad.
No mention of Sheikh Jarra.
No mention of the al-Aqsa raid.
No mention of the 13 innocent children killed in air strikes.
No mention of the ongoing occupation of millions in an open air prison.
You aren’t prioritizing human rights. You’re siding with an oppressive occupation. pic.twitter.com/B0DG1IHbaD
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) May 12, 2021
Similar statements were made by the majority of the squad members. They want to act like the Palestinian terrorist group is completely innocent in the situation, but that is far from the truth. Hamas purposefully uses residential areas for their actions. They run their operations out of homes and villages, knowing that if Israel targets them it will result in civilian deaths. It’s a terrorist group, that’s how they work.
Plus, the violence between these two groups has existed for many years, even into times long before any of us ever existed. Truthfully, there will never be peace between the Palestinian group and the Israeli’s until a certain event happens in the future. But that’s another conversation.
The calls for action on Biden’s behalf are not just the religious leaders and Congress, but they are also coming from the world stage as well. Biden says he told Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu that he hoped the violence would end soon. It’s more of the soft language that we have come to expect from the Biden regime. Biden should have said that the United States supports Israel at all costs, but he didn’t. He left the door open.
International media began pressing the State Department to condemn the attacks. As they questioned, the State Department official said something that gave them just what they wanted. He said that any “state” has the right to defend itself. Many want to continue to argue for a Palestinian state to help make peace, even though Israel has offered such a deal. The fact is that they do not want a state, they want Israel to cease to exist. So the State Department official did not say anything wrong necessarily, but the conversation about a state having rights to defend itself will certainly be used to argue for a Palestinian state.
— The National (@TheNationalNews) May 10, 2021
The US has also blocked a UN Security Council statement on the violence calling it unhelpful. The statement was a clear vote of support for the Palestinians, calling on Israel to discontinue all its activities in the area, such as the evictions of property that many have called inhumane and unnecessary.
America has been the leader in these discussions in the past, attempting to broker peace deals and working to protect Israel’s interests. Now, it looks like we have quickly moved on. The world is backing Hamas and they are turning to a leader that is not soft for support.
Hamas has approached Russia and said that they are ready for a peace deal. This accomplishes two things. First, it establishes Russia as a leader in the negotiations. Russia, a nation that openly supported anti-Israel policy and violence against Israel in the past. They are supposed to be trusted to help broker a peace deal? I don’t think so.
Second, it makes Hamas appear that it is being civil when nothing could be further from the truth. Hamas fired on Israel first in this exchange, sending over 1100 rockets into Israel. Lives were lost and over 100 were injured in the attack. That does not sound like anyone interested in a cease-fire.
Joe Biden had an opportunity to stand up and support Israel openly. He had the opportunity to come in and be a real leader on the world stage. Instead, he refused to condemn the violence, allowing the anti-Israel narrative to continue on the world stage. This is certainly not the time for a soft leader in the White House.
But that’s exactly what we have in President Joe Biden. We have a President who will refuse to condemn violence against one of our strongest allies. We have a President Biden who is more interested in how he can promote the radical anti-Israel agenda, than protecting our ally through strong words on the world stage. Biden, the man who says we can talk anything out, is refusing to say anything at all to support Israel.
So Biden finds himself in the middle of a Middle East nightmare. A scenario where he had the opportunity to put America back as a leader on the world stage, just as former President Donald Trump had. Trump negotiated multiple peace deals in the middle east. Instead, Biden finds himself casting Israel out on their own, abandoning them in favor of the radical agenda.
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