19 Oct 2023

Israel-Palestine War: British PM Sunak Will Also Go To Tel Aviv; Egypt Opens Border To Supply Aid To Gaza; Biden Said This On Returning From Israel

US President has returned from Tel Aviv amid the Israel-Hamas war. Now British PM Rishi Sunak is also expected to reach Tel Aviv. British PM Sunak will reach Israel on Friday. The war between Israel and Hamas has entered the 13th day. Earlier, after returning from Israel, US President Biden had also discussed with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi .

America will impose more sanctions on Iran

In the fierce war going on between Israel and Hamas, America is also taking the lead through the backdoor. First helped Israel with arms, after this Biden reached Israel and met there PM Benjamin Netanyahu. America also announced new sanctions on Hamas. After this, on Friday, America also tried to tighten the noose on Iran for standing with Hamas.  America has announced several new sanctions on Iran.

US Foreign Minister Antony Blinken has made a tweet in this regard. In which it has been informed that America is imposing new sanctions to counter Iran's ballistic missile and UAV programs.


Putin launches Kinjal hypersonic missile in Black Sea

America is supporting Israel in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. It has sent two aircraft carriers to the Mediterranean Sea. Russian President Putin is furious over this. Russia has taken America's direct presence in the Mediterranean as a threat to it. In such a situation, Russia has also ordered Russian aircraft carrier with Kinjal hypersonic missiles to patrol the Black Sea.

Israel should explore ways to relieve suffering of people in Gaza: Biden

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden said Israel has been badly victimized, but it should explore the opportunity to relieve the suffering of people in Gaza who have nowhere to go. Biden has also advocated two nation solution to resolve the crisis.


"Israel has been badly victimised. But the truth is that if they have an opportunity to relieve the suffering of people who have nowhere to go, it's what they should do. And if they don't, they'll be held accountable in ways that may be unfair," Biden told reporters aboard Air Force One on his way back from Israel on Wednesday.


"And my point to everyone is, look, if you have an opportunity to alleviate the pain, you should do it. And if you don't, you're going to lose credibility worldwide. And I think everyone understands that, " Biden said after he spent several hours in Israel in the aftermath of the strike from Hamas.

Israel is likely planning retaliation and a possible ground invasion of Gaza against Hamas for its October 7 attack that killed around 1,400 people in Israel.

Egypt agrees to open Rafah border to supply aid to Gaza

The US has asked for massive humanitarian aid for the people of Gaza and is in the process of providing defense military assistance to Israel.

Biden said Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi agreed to open up the Rafah gate to allow up to 20 trucks of humanitarian assistance into Gaza.

"If Hamas confiscates them or doesn't let it get through then it's going to end," he said. "The bottom line is Sisi deserves a lot of credit," he added.

Egypt's President Al-Sisi has agreed to open the Rafah border crossing to allow approximately 20 trucks to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, as confirmed by US President Joe Biden. 

Biden's key goal during his trip was to facilitate the rapid delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza and to provide a mechanism for it to happen quickly. The arrangement involves coordinating with the US ambassador, David Satterfield, in Cairo to oversee the aid delivery. 

Aid distribution on Gaza side will be managed by UN

Additionally, Egypt is expected to make the necessary road repairs to ensure the smooth passage of the aid trucks. The aid distribution on the Gaza side will be managed by the United Nations. It's worth noting that this initiative is focused on delivering aid and not on allowing a large number of people to cross the border. 

If Hamas interferes with the aid distribution, the commitment is to cease sending further humanitarian aid to them. Egypt's President Al-Sisi played a significant role in facilitating this humanitarian effort and received recognition for his cooperation during this process.

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