President Joe Biden referred to as for a humanitarian “pause” in the Israel-Hamas struggle because the IDF mounts a floor invasion of the Gaza Strip.
The president made his feedback on Wednesday night when a protester interrupted his marketing campaign speech by calling for a ceasefire.
“I think we need a pause,” Biden said.
The president had been talking to a crowd of supporters in Minneapolis about what motivated him to run for president when a lady interrupted him by shouting for a ceasefire.
Others in the group shouted the girl down, which prompted Biden to say that he understood her feelings. He emphasised that his name for a pause in the struggle meant permitting “time to get the prisoners out.” Over 1,000 demonstrators had been protesting close by with indicators that learn, “Stop Bombing Children,” “Free Palestine,” and “Ceasefire now.”
“This is incredibly complicated for the Israelis,” Biden stated. “It’s incredibly complicated for the Muslim world as well. … I supported a two-state solution, I have from the very beginning.”
“The fact of the matter is that Hamas is a terrorist organization. A flat-out terrorist organization,” he added.
The White House later clarified that the president’s name for a “pause” meant for humanitarian causes.
As noted by the Associated Press, the president has “faced intensifying pressure from human rights groups, fellow world leaders and even liberal members of his own Democratic Party, who say that the Israeli bombardment of Gaza is collective punishment and that it is time for a cease-fire.”
“In his comments, Biden was exerting pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to give Palestinians at least a brief reprieve from the relentless military operation that’s left thousands dead and mired the 141-square-mile strip in a roiling humanitarian crisis,” the outlet famous.
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