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Why the United States did not veto the proposal for a cease-fire in Gaza

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Question about giving up arms

In this situation, the question of many analysts is whether the Joe Biden administration will apply pressure on Israel to stop the harsh repression of Palestinians in Gaza?

The Biden administration has already called on the Israeli government to ensure the safety of civilians in the Gaza Strip and allow more aid to be distributed to Gaza.

In this regard, Tariq Keni-Shawa, a US policy fellow at the Palestinian think tank Al-Shabaka, said that the real test of the US administration's policy regarding the recent situation in Gaza is whether Washington will deliver weapons to Israel in accordance with its promises.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant is currently on a visit to Washington. The media of both countries said that during the visit, he will ask the US administration for specific weapons for the ongoing war.

In an e-mail given to Al-Jazeera, Tariq Keni-Shawa also said, “The US has been continuing its policy of providing Israel and Netanyahu with all the necessary equipment to continue attacking Gaza since last October.”

Tariq Keni-Shawa says Israel has yet to face concrete consequences from the US for war crimes and genocide in Gaza.

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