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US Decision to Send More Bombs and Warplanes to Israel violate?



US Gives Green Light for Billions in Bombs and Fighter Jets to Israel and it consider as violate by many authorities, two sources familiar with the effort said on Friday, even as Washington publicly expresses concerns about an anticipated Israeli military offensive in Rafah.

The sources confirmed that the new arms packages contain over 1,800 MK84 2,000-pound bombs and 500 MK82 500-pound bombs, as reported by The Washington Post.

Hungry people of Gaza showing their hunger at the time of food distribution.

Washington provides Israel, its longtime ally, with $3.8 billion in annual military assistance. Its not issue to ally for any country but USA should take a step to ceasefire in Gaza as a humanity.

Amidst widespread condemnation for its ongoing bombing campaign and ground offensive in Gaza, Israel receives a hefty military aid package from the U.S., valued at $3.8 billion annually. Some members of President Joe Biden’s party are urging him to cut off this military aid in light of the escalating violate.

this pigeon conveys a message to both countries for ceasefire

The United States is rapidly sending air defenses and weapons to Israel, but many Democrats and Arab American groups are slamming the Biden administration for sticking firmly by Israel’s side and its violate. They argue that this unwavering support gives Israel a feeling of being above consequences.

US Resolution for ceasefire

The wording at the start about getting a ceasefire right away was kind of confusing. It basically asked the UN to figure out why we need a ceasefire ASAP to protect civilians and get humanitarian aid in. It also said they’re all for talking it out to get that ceasefire, but with the condition that all hostages are released first. Critics, like Russia, pointed out that they didn’t straight up say “let’s have a ceasefire” and made it seem like it’s only happening if all the hostages are freed. This shift in tone from the US is notable, but it’s not as big of a change as some headlines make it out to be.