President Joe Biden will travel to Israel on Wednesday to demonstrate America’s support for Israel’s expected ground offensive entering Gaza against Hamas, but also calling for Israeli hard-liners to show restraint.
Hamas committed heinous carnage against innocent victims inside Israel on October 7. Hamas killed innocent victims inside Israel and took at least 199 hostages - known as of this publication. The numbers have increased in the last days from 126 to 199.
Biden’s trip is expected to appeal to Israelis leadership to consider the scope of their ground invasion.
The situation is dire and Biden’s appeal is to plea to the hardliners in Israel to restrain their military efforts.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Biden’s visit on Monday after he met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Hamas terrorists stormed Israel from the skies and over land and through the Gaza/Israel border blockades with the intent to kill innocent families in Israeli border towns and neighborhoods. The harm inflicted fatalities upon civilians and seized the hostages, who include children, women and the elderly. Not all were Israeli citizens. Many are foreigners including Americans..
The Israeli government has planned counterstrikes against Hamas inside Gaza, but flames of hatred are burning across the globe with not just rhetoric but inexplicable deaths from Chicago to Brussels.
In Chicago, a six year old boy was stabbed to death and his Mother is now in a hospital trying to recover from the attacker’s knife.
In Brussels, innocent bystanders were shot dead on the street.
Anti-semitic and anti-Muslim headlines have been blasted across the world.
Some have called for caution from Egyptian to Jordan leaders.
Others are objecting to Israeli planned retribution into the Gaza Strip.
Colombian President Gustavo Petro has called Israeli’s planned attacks on Gaza a "genocide" and accused Israel of turning the Gaze Strip into a "concentration camp."
The Biden administration has ordered the Pentagon to call up 2,000 U.S. troops to provide aid although the Biden Administration as of now, is saying that U.S. troops will not be serving in combat roles.
Military sources have told CDM - “Everything is on the table because we do not know where and when this will end.”
UK military sources have told CDM that behind closed doors this invasion of Gaza could the long.
“This will be hard and long and bloody,” said one UK source.
The U.S. Navy ships, Gerald Ford and Eisenhower are now in the Mediterranean.
Egypt is asking for aid to be delivered inside Gaza before refugees at the southern border Gaza gate are allowed to leave Gaza.
Hundreds of Americans have been evacuated from sea on the Israeli coast and on their way to Cyprus.
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