Israel-Palestine Conflict: I expect significant de-escalation- Joe Biden

Israeli Prime Minister thanked the support of the US President. He said that our campaign will not stop till our army meets its target.

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Published on 20 May 2021 9:07 AM GMT

Israel-Palestine Conflict: I expect significant de-escalation- Joe Biden
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New Delhi: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still determined to continue the war despite US President Joe Biden's ceasefire pressure against extremist groups Hamas in Gaza.

In an interaction with the media after visiting the military headquarters, the Israeli Prime Minister thanked the support of the US President. He said that our campaign will not stop till our army meets its target.

Israel-Palestine Conflict:

He said that we will keep moving forward until we return to peace protection for Israeli citizens. Netanyahu made this statement after a phone conversation with US President Joe Biden on Wednesday evening.

Let us tell you that US President Joe Biden on Wednesday pressured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to end the fight against Hamas, that he expected a significant reduction in the Gaza conflict in the coming days. Also, the path to a ceasefire as soon as possible Want to see Giving details of phone conversations between Biden and Netanyahu, the White House said that the two leaders noted the state of events in Gaza, Israel's progress in reducing Hamas and other terrorist elements' capabilities, and regional governments and US-led diplomats discussed the efforts in detail.

Let us tell you that this was the fourth conversation between the US President and the Israeli Prime Minister in a week.

Israel & Gaza:

The conflict between Israel and Gaza's Hamas extremist rulers is at its most horrific level since 2014 and international outrage is also arising.

A massive conflict between Israel and Gaza's Hamas extremists began when Hamas fired rockets at Jerusalem on 10 May in support of Palestinian demonstrations.

These demonstrations were being held in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound against the strictness of the security forces and the attempts by the Jews to expel dozens of Palestinian families from there.

At least 6 people are reported to have been killed in Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday morning. Please tell that a building collapsed in the air strike. According to the Israeli army, he targeted the locations of Khan Yunus and Hamas extremist organizations in Rafah and 52 aircraft bombed 40 targets in 25 minutes.

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