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Four Hundred Officials in Biden’s Administration Demand a Ceasefire for Gaza

US President Biden’s administration has reportedly stood against Biden’s support of the Israeli Regime. Four Hundred government officials from 40 departments and agencies within the administration signed a letter that demanded a cease-fire. 

The letter even criticized the President’s mishandling of the War by the Israeli regime on the besieged Gaza Strip. However, the signatories of the letter remained anonymous in order to protect themselves against “professional retaliation.”

“We call on President Biden to urgently demand a cease-fire; and to call for de-escalation of the current conflict by securing the immediate release of the Israeli hostages and arbitrarily detained Palestinians; the restoration of water, fuel, electricity and other basic services; and the passage of adequate humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip,” the letter reads, in part.

Biden and his Western allies have been resenting calls for a cease-fire in Gaza citing that it would only “serve to benefit” but instead called for humanitarian pauses, which the Israeli Regime agreed to. 

This however, has been of little to no avail as Israeli Regime forces have repeatedly broken the pauses and even attacked Palestinians fleeing to the South of Gaza holding white flags. This is all while continuing to restrict humanitarian aid into the Strip, causing a massive shortage of food and basic necessities. Health care systems are also on the verge of collapse with no medical aid, fuel restrictions and an overwhelming number of people injured, compelling the masses to wonder if the pause is even humanitarian.

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