Israel Responds To Biden Statement

The worst foreign policy mind in American history has struck again.


Hello everyone! Let’s dive into the significant news that President Joe Biden recently detailed a three-phase deal proposed by Israel to Hamas. This deal aims to secure the release of the remaining hostages in Gaza and potentially end the nearly eight-month-long conflict. Let’s break it down and see what this means for the ongoing situation in the Middle East.

Firstly, Biden explained that Hamas is “no longer capable” of launching another large-scale attack on Israel. He urged both sides to come to an agreement to release the hostages in exchange for an extended cease-fire. From the White House, Biden described the proposal as a “road map to an enduring cease-fire and the release of all hostages.”

The three-phase deal unfolds as follows:

Phase One:

  • Duration: Six weeks
  • Cease-fire: A full and complete cessation of hostilities.
  • Military Withdrawal: Israeli forces would pull back from densely populated areas in Gaza.
  • Hostage Release: Women, the elderly, the wounded, and American hostages would be released. Additionally, the remains of deceased hostages would be returned.
  • Prisoner Release: Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners would be freed.
  • Humanitarian Aid: An increase in humanitarian assistance, with 600 trucks entering Gaza daily.

Phase Two:

  • Hostage Release: All remaining living hostages, including male soldiers, would be freed.
  • Military Withdrawal: Complete withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza.
  • Cease-fire Transition: The temporary cease-fire would transition to a permanent cessation of hostilities, contingent on Hamas meeting its commitments.

Phase Three:

  • Reconstruction: Initiation of major reconstruction efforts in Gaza to address the extensive devastation caused by the conflict.


Welp, there is just one problem with this. According to the Prime Minister of Israel’s office the “deal” is a “non-starter.”

“Israel’s conditions for ending the war have not changed: The destruction of Hamas military and governing capabilities, the freeing of all hostages and ensuring that Gaza no longer poses a threat to Israel,” the PM’s office wrote on social media. “Under the proposal, Israel will continue to insist these conditions are met before a permanent ceasefire is put in place. The notion that Israel will agree to a permanent ceasefire before these conditions are fulfilled is a non-starter.”

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