By Hank Berrien
On Wednesday, President Joe Biden reportedly told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he wanted “a significant de-escalation today” in the battle between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
While Biden was trying to dictate how Israel should back off from responding to the rockets fired at it by Hamas in the south, Israel was being hit by rockets fired from an entirely different direction to the north: Lebanon, likely from the terrorist group Hezbollah.
Politico, which reported Biden’s remarks, claimed that the Democratic Party had displayed in years past a “long-standing and virtually unblinking support for Israel.” That statement could be belied with numerous instances from the Obama-Biden Administration, or even the good friendship between former President Jimmy Carter and arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat.
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