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Israel Set on Continuing Indiscriminate Bombardment Despite America’s Warnings to Switch to Targeted Approach

President Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan reportedly told the Israeli Regime to “end its large-scale ground campaign in the Gaza Strip.” Four American officials said that President Biden wants Israel to switch to more precise tactics within three weeks.

However, Israeli defense minister Yoav Gallant said that the war with the Resistance will last for more than several months, signaling their determination to carry on with the bombardment of Gaza even as the White House has expressed otherwise. 

Israeli officials have signaled that they are uninterested in softening their position even after U.S. discussions.

Despite voting against the non-binding resolution by the United Nations General Assembly that called for a humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza, US President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that the Israeli Regime’s Prime Minister Benjamin Nethanyahu needs to “change his hard-line government” citing that the occupation entity is losing global support due to what he labeled as ‘its indiscriminate bombing in Gaza.’

“Bibi’s got a tough decision to make,” the president said as he referred to the Israeli Regime’s Prime Minister Benjamin Nethanyahu. “This is the most conservative government in Israel’s history,” said Biden, citing that Nethanyahu does not want a two-state solution. He further stated, “I think he (Nethanyahu) has to change, and with this government, this government in Israel is making it very difficult for him to move.”

Netanyahu even acknowledged that his Regime thrives on U.S support to fight against the Palestinian Resistance. He further stated, “Yes, there are disputes about the day after Hamas, and I hope we will reach an agreement here as well.”

The Israeli Regime has now killed more than 18,200 Palestinians in a span of 69 days, repeatedly violating international law.

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