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How Biden Has Endangered Israel

How Biden Has Endangered Israel

(–EXCLUSIVE) – Israel withdrew its ground forces from southern Gaza on Sunday, partly in response to President Joe Biden’s demand for an “immediate ceasefire.”

Following this, Hamas claimed victory, with Israel appearing to be on the verge of losing the war.

Naturally, Israelis are curious as to how this happened.

The trigger was the unintentional death of seven relief workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), and some Israelis question whether more emphasis should have been placed on aid for Gaza at an earlier date.

In reality, the issue stemmed from Israel’s initial acceptance of accountability for the well-being of the Palestinian civilian populace, beyond its legal duty to refrain from attacking people (as Hamas does in both Gaza and Israel).

Every side is accountable for its citizens during a regular war. The side that is unable to defend its citizens loses and gives up.

Without a doubt, the aggressor in this instance—the Palestinians—has no right to seek preferential treatment.

In Gaza, where left-leaning “progressives” and anti-Israel activists have propagated the myth that Israel is an occupying force, this rule is reversed. (In 2005, Israel withdrew its soldiers and civilians; in a coup in 2007, Hamas assumed power).

Early in the conflict, the Biden administration started to put pressure on Israel to take over the task of providing relief to Gaza inhabitants in response to protests from Arab and Muslim Americans in Michigan as well as a revolt by its own “progressive” personnel.

Israel agreed to take on that duty in exchange for the United States’ ongoing military and diplomatic backing. Relief vehicles were allowed to enter Gaza over the border despite the protests of several Israeli hostage families.

The Democratic base put more and more pressure on the Biden administration as Israel advanced. As part of a more significant Saudi-Israeli rapprochement, the White House started discussing the creation of a Palestinian state as a potential result of the conflict.

Even before the war, the Biden administration held up a Saudi-Israel agreement because it did not include the Palestinians (who are not a Saudi priority), demonstrating its fixation with the idea of a Palestinian state.

After recently attacking a self-governing Palestinian area, Israel showed no intention of recognizing a Palestinian state. However, Biden saw an opportunity to gain support and make a foreign policy coup.

That was when Biden and Netanyahu’s pre-war tensions made a public comeback. As Netanyahu correctly pointed out, the majority of Israelis are against a Palestinian state. Thus, he was not the issue.

In addition to being concerned about Palestinian civilians, the White House attempted to impede Israel’s war effort because it feared that if Israel prevailed too soon, the United States would not have the power to pressure Israel into accepting a Palestinian state.

In essence, Biden started supporting Hamas to pressure Israel to adopt his interpretation of the Middle East. Israel was forewarned by the White House not to enter Khan Yunis. This key southern Gaza city was the gathering place for Hamas officials.

Israel surprised both the United States and Hamas by defying Biden and entering Khan Yunis. As a result, Israeli forces made quick progress on the ground. They discovered newly abandoned tunnels that were loaded with cash as Hamas officials escaped to Rafah.

Rafah, a crucial border crossing point with Egypt, was the final remaining Hamas bastion by the beginning of February. Biden pressed hard, claiming his compassion for the people while simultaneously attempting to keep Hamas in place as a weapon against Israel.

Once more, Israel disobeyed Biden by conducting a risky mission that freed two Israeli hostages held in Rafah.

At that point, rumors started to surface in the Israeli press, alleging that the United States was dragging its feet on supplying arms and ammunition.

By claiming on American television that an operation in Rafah would finish the war in “weeks,” not “months,” Netanyahu made his argument in front of the American people.

Israel was being careful for its own reasons: it wanted to maintain the chance of an agreement to release the roughly 130 Israeli detainees that Hamas had transferred to Rafah to safeguard its own leadership.

However, Netanyahu anticipated that while maintaining military pressure on Hamas, US leverage may aid in a hostage negotiation.

Instead, Biden started outright threatening to withhold US assistance from Israel should it decide to move into Rafah. One of the original propagandists about Russia, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan, called Israeli aides to a meeting in March.

The humanitarian situation in Gaza grew worse as a result of the Americans’ pressure on Israel to postpone or at least gain greater attention from the world press. Months passed during a war that should have ended in a matter of weeks.

The Biden administration pressed for a ceasefire resolution at the UN, eventually giving up on its demand that a halt be tied to a hostage settlement in response to mounting political criticism and desperation to preserve its vision for a Palestinian state.

As a result, Hamas was able to abandon its compromise and reiterate its demand for an unconditional ceasefire before the release of any further hostages.

Additionally, the United States persisted in imposing penalties on Israeli settlers, further isolating Israel.

Hezbollah, Iran’s second proxy, started intensifying its strikes on northern Israel in the meantime. If Israel were to go to war with Hezbollah—a group far more deadly than Hamas—it could not risk losing American arms supplies.

Thus, Israel found itself in a challenging, if not impossible, situation even before the WCK catastrophe. Biden placed it there because, in the words of former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Biden has been wrong on every foreign policy issue in his life.

Biden had already put Israel in danger before the war: first, he reinstated hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to the Palestinians that Trump had slashed, including funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNWRA), which has ties to terrorism.

After being silent under Trump for four years, Hamas declared war in 2021. Additionally, Biden avoided Netanyahu after he won the 2022 election and encouraged demonstrations against his judicial reform, which widened rifts inside Israel.

Biden continues to hope for an Israeli-Saudi agreement. He could be successful, but Israel would have to put up with the threat of violence and a state governed by Palestinians.

Furthermore, Biden is doing little to address the possibility of a nuclear Iran.

Israel has three options at this point.

One: it can advance toward Rafah, hoping Biden won’t carry out his threats.

Two: it can switch governments, assuming that Biden is more amiable to a non-Bibeau person.

Three: Either Biden, freed from the fear of pro-Hamas voters, can help Israel win at last, as he should have from the beginning, or Israel can wait until the US elections are done and hope that Trump replaces Biden.

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