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Biden Has Had the Power to Stop Israel’s War Crimes in Gaza Since Day 1

Netanyahu’s decision to allow aid through the Erez crossing under US pressure shows how much more Biden could be doing. (Click image for article.)

Photo: Palestinians walk amid the destruction in the vicinity of al-Shifa Hospital, following a two-week military operation by the Israeli army in Gaza City, on April 2, 2024.OMAR ISHAQ / PICTURE ALLIANCE VIA GETTY IMAGES

 

For the first time since Israel launched its devastating offensive on Gaza six months ago, President Joe Biden appears to have convinced right-wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to change policy. The Israeli government’s decision to open up the Erez crossing to allow more relief supplies came after a phone call between the two on Thursday, in which for the first time Biden appeared to threaten some kind of specific action if Israel did not abide by a U.S. request.

This comes following Israel’s killing of seven humanitarian workers with World Central Kitchen, including a U.S. citizen, with growing evidence that the attack may have been deliberate.

This raises the question as to why the United States hasn’t taken such firm action sooner and why Biden is still unwilling to force Israel to agree to a ceasefire. Despite efforts by the Biden administration and its supporters to give the impression that the United States is powerless to bring an end to the war, history shows otherwise.

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