American President Joe Biden’s struggles to encourage Israel to stop its military battles in Gaza have forced Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and American President Joe Biden into a tough pretest of their long-term connection.
Both leaders had other stressed events over the years, and their current conflicts over the battle in Gaza develop a task that Joe Biden was struggling to avoid.
On Wednesday, in a phone call, American President negotiated with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu that he thought ‘significant de-escalation’ of the war by the end of the day, the White House said. But Netanyahu released a public statement that he was intended to continue the Gaza operation until its key objective is attained.
Netanyahu appreciated support from Biden
Israeli Prime Minister did permit that he significantly appreciates the backing of Joe Biden but described that nonetheless that the country will push ahead. Moreover, this isn’t where Joe Biden had believed to spend his energy and time.
In the starting term of President Joe Biden, foreign policy has held a back seat. Biden has made an effort to keep away from getting caught up in an interminable struggle to make a subtle Mideast peace that several of the White House predecessors had devoted precious time to without any notable progress. Besides this, this isn’t the first time when both leaders are publicly at odds.
Joe Biden as vice president, kept Israeli PM Netanyahu waiting for a dinner meetup when Netanyahu embarrassed Barack Obama (former President of the United States) by accepting the construction of sixteen-hundred new apartments in the disputed region of east Jerusalem in the mid of 2010 Joe Biden’s tour to Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister wanted to heal the hurt feelings at the dinner meeting. But after the dinner, President Joe Biden reproved Netanyahu in a declaration, describing the action damaged an American effort to encourage the Palestinians to restart peace negotiations.
At the end of 2019, while answering questions from voters on the campaign trail, Joe Biden mentioned Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu as a ‘counterproductive and extreme right leader.’ Furthermore, he even accused Palestinian leaders for developing the battle and baiting everyone who is Jewish. Biden suggested that some of the American politicians left give the Palestinian Authority a pass while slamming Israeli leadership.