Biden believes progress can be made toward peace between Israel, Palestine
President Biden believes progress can be made in finding a way for Israelis and Palestinians to live in peace as the US Secretary of State prepares to head to Israel.
President biden spent the weekend at Camp David as his secretary of state prepares to go to Israel. After almost two weeks of rocket and missile strikes a ceasefire negotiated thursday appears to be holding, but the biden administration is urging a more permanent deal. Ultimately, it is the only way to ensure Israel's future as a jewish and democratic state and of course the only way to give the Palestinians the state to which they're entitled again this weekend. Pro Palestinian protests were held in several U. S. Cities. Many support legislation put forth by Senator Bernie Sanders that would delay the sale of military equipment to Israel. The United States of America has got to be leading the world in bringing people together, not simply supplying weapons to kill Children. In Gaza. The fighting has led to a dramatic increase in anti Semitic incidents in the US five jewish groups have written to the president urging action to stop the violence, including the beating of this jewish man in Times Square who was physically and verbally attacked your dirty jew, we're going to kill you. The anti defamation League is reporting over 17,000 anti Semitic tweets in the days after the fighting broke out in the Middle East, including variations of the phrase, Hitler was right, jennifer, johnson, NBC news Washington.