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Prez Biden warns Israel against repeating mistakes of 9/11 amid Gaza conflict

Washington DC, United States: The President of the United States, who is in Israel, has warned the government of the host country not to make a similar mistake as Washington made during the 9/11 attack.

Israel has been considering the recent attack by the Palestinian-aided terrorist group – Hamas as 9/11 for Tel Aviv, referred to as the Al Aqsa Flood.

During the meeting, according to the report, President Joe Biden stated, “I caution this while you feel that rage, don’t be consumed by it. After 9/11, we were enraged in the United States. While we sought justice and got justice, we also made mistakes.”

President Biden has paid an official visit to the country during the crucial time of war between Israel and Gaza. It is to be noted that Biden’s official trip to Jordan was canceled because of the cancellation of the Summit between the leaders of Egypt, Palestine and the USA.

The Jordanian authorities have claimed that this Summit has been called off because the recent Gaza Hospital Blast. In this regard, Hamas has blamed the Defense Force of Israel and its continued airstrikes. At the same time, the Israeli Authorities have blamed the failed missile attack on the militant group.

The attack on the Hospital has been considered to be a massacre as it has killed more than 500 civilians in Gaza.

US President Joe Biden with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu | Credits: Getty Images

However, during the visit to Israel, President Biden outlined that this attack was not carried out by Israeli authorities. He stated that the US Department of Defense had informed him that others were responsible for the deadly blast at the Hospital. It is to be noted that the attack has increased the chaos in the region.

While having interaction with the Prime Minister of Israel – Benjamin Netanyahu, President Biden stated, “Based on what I’ve seen, that appears as though it was done by the other team.”

Israel says yes to providing aid to the Gaza Strip

In the midst of the visit, President Biden expressed that the authorities of Israel have agreed to provide aid to the Gaza Strip. He stated, “Israel agreed that humanitarian assistance can begin to move from Egypt to Gaza.”

He added that the United States has been ¯playing an important role in allowing the movement of trucks across the border as soon as possible.

Israel-Hamas war

Hamas surprisingly attacked Israel on October 7. This attack has been regarded as the deadliest of five Gaza wars for both sides.

People rushing after Gaza Hospital bomb attack | Credits: Google

According to the Health Ministry of Gaza, more than hundreds of thousands of people in Palestine have been killed during the war and it has left around 12,000 injured in the past 11 days.

And as per Israel, Hamas has killed more than 1,400 people in Israel and approximately 200 people have been held hostage by the militant group.

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