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Biden Speaks About Visit To Israel During War

Biden Speaks About Visit To Israel During War
WASHINGTON, DC – OCTOBER 20: U.S. President Joe Biden hosts a meeting inside the Cabinet Room at the White House on October 20, 2023 in Washington, D.C. President Biden was joined Friday morning by President Charles Michel of the European Council and President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission for a second U.S. – EU Summit since he took office. (Photo by Tom Brenner/Pool/Getty Images)

President Joe Biden has spoken about his visit to Israel to assist them in their war against Palestine. He made some remarks. 

Good evening, my fellow Americans.  We’re facing an inflection point in history — one of those moments where the decisions we make today are going to determine the future for decades to come.  That’s what I’d like to talk with you about tonight. 

You know, earlier this morning, I returned from Israel.   They tell me I’m the first American president to travel there during a war.

I met with the Prime Minister and members of his cabinet.  And most movingly, I met with Israelis who had personally lived through horrific horror of the attack by Hamas on the 7th of October. 

More than 1,300 people slaughtered in Israel, including at least 32 American citizens.  Scores of innocents — from infants to elderly grandparents, Israelis, Americans — taken hostage.  

As I told the families of Americans being held captive by Hamas, we’re pursuing every avenue to bring their loved ones home.  As President, there is no higher priority for me than the safety of Americans held hostage.

The terrorist group Hamas unleashed pure, unadulterated evil in the world.  But sadly, the Jewish people know, perhaps better than anyone, that there is no limit to the depravity of people when they want to inflict pain on others.  

In Israel, I saw a people who are strong, determined, resilient, and also angry, in shock, and in deep, deep pain.

I also spoke with President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority and reiterated that the United States remains committed to the Palestinian people’s right to dignity and to self-determination.  The actions of Hamas terrorists don’t take that right away.  

Like so many other, I am heartbroken by the tragic loss of Palestinian life, including the explosion at a hospital in Gaza — which was not done by the Israelis.

We mourn every innocent life lost.  We can’t ignore the humanity of innocent Palestinians who only want to live in peace and have an opportunity.

You know, the assault on Israel echoes nearly 20 months of war, tragedy, and brutality inflicted on the people of Ukraine — people that were very badly hurt since Putin launched his all-out invasion.  

We’ve have not forgotten the mass graves, the bodies found bearing signs of torture, rape used as a weapon by the Russians, and thousands and thousands of Ukrainian children forcibly taken into Russia, stolen from their parents.  It’s sick.

Hamas and Putin represent different threats, but they share this in common: They both want to completely annihilate a neighboring democracy — completely annihilate it.

Hamas — its stated purpose for existing is the destruction of the State of Israel and the murder of Jewish people. 

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