The North American president declared that “the United States will support Israel today, tomorrow and always”

After meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, US President Joe Biden, denies Israel’s guilt in the bombing of the Al-Ahali Hospital in Gaza, despite widespread global condemnation of Israeli forces.

In a joint appearance, Biden referred to the bombing of the hospital in Gaza where more than 800 people died, stating: “Based on what I’ve seen, it seems like it was the other side, but there are a lot of people out there who are not safe, so we have a lot ahead of us”.

Furthermore, the American president mentioned that the Pentagon presented him with “evidence” that suggests that the Israeli army is not responsible for the tragedy at the Gaza hospital.

However, after the bombing of the Palestinian hospital, Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir said: “The only thing Gaza needs are hundreds of tons of explosives from the air force, not humanitarian aid.”

The US will militarily support Israel accused of genocide

In the midst of a series of condemnations from leaders, organizations and citizens around the world against the aggressions of the Israeli Army that systematically attacks the civilian population in Gaza, Biden expressed that he will strengthen ties with Israel, stating that his presence in that country has the intention that “people in the world know with whom the United States stands.”

The American president reiterated his government’s support for the armed actions of the Jewish country, declaring, in this sense: «The United States will support Israel today, tomorrow and always.»

Biden stressed the importance of ensuring that Israel has the necessary resources for its military actions, and announced that he will ask Congress for an «unprecedented aid package for the defense of Israel.»

For his part, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked Biden for his visit, emphasizing his «deep commitment to Israel, to the future of the Jewish people and to the Jewish State.»

Netanyahu expressed gratitude for Washington’s support, stating that the United States has provided «the tools it needs to defend itself» and has sent «a clear message to its enemies.»

The US is complicit with Israel in Apartheid and occupation against Palestine

In the face of what they have described as genocide carried out by Israel, in complicity with the White House and the European Union, different United States embassies have been the scene of massive protests demanding an end to Israeli aggression.

Ione Belarra, Minister of Social Rights of Spain, denounced that “the State of Israel is carrying out a planned genocide in the Gaza Strip,” and assured that it carries out “bombings on the civilian population that are collective punishment, seriously violating the right international and can be considered war crimes.”

“Given this, the United States and the European Union are not just looking the other way, they are encouraging the State of Israel in its policy of Apartheid and occupation that seriously violates human rights,” condemned the Spanish representative.

Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General through his X account stated: “I am horrified by the death of hundreds of Palestinian civilians in an attack on a hospital in Gaza today, which I strongly condemn. My heart goes out to the families of the victims. “Hospitals and medical staff are protected by international humanitarian law.”

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For its part, the Gaza Ministry of Health denounced the Israeli attack on the Al-Ahli Hospital, which left more than 800 people murdered, raising the total number of victims in the Gaza Strip to more than 3,500 dead and more than 12,500 injured.

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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), condemned the tragic attack on the al-Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza. Likewise, he urged the «immediate protection of civilians» and requested the «revocation of evacuation orders» by Israel.