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Blast At Gaza Hospital ‘Caused By Other Side’: Biden After Meeting Netanyahu | Top Updates

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Tel Aviv: US President Joe Biden arrived in Israel on Wednesday in the midst of the war with Palestine. The US President landed in Tel Aviv hours after the deadly airstrike that hit Gaza hospital claiming at least 500 lives.

Upon his arrival in Israel on Wednesday, President Biden said that the massive hospital explosion in Gaza was likely the result of actions by Palestinian militants rather than the Israeli airstrike claimed by the Israeli military.

“Based on what I’ve seen, it appears it was done by the other team, not you,” Biden said as he stood next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.”

“There’s a lot of people out there that are not sure, so we’ve got to overcome a lot of things,” he added.

Earlier, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and a group of officials landed at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport. Blinken discussed with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other high-ranking Israeli authorities. Blinken extended support for Israel during his meeting with PM Netanyahu.

Top Updates:

  • Biden held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, affirming that the United States will persist in supporting the Jewish nation and ensuring that Israel possesses “what it needs to defend itself.”
  • President Joe Biden arrived in Tel Aviv on Wednesday amid heightened tensions in war-torn Israel, following a surprise attack by Hamas on October 7
  • US President Joe Biden has postponed his visit to Jordan after an explosion at a Gaza hospital that killed hundreds of people on Tuesday, the White House said.
  • Initially, Biden was supposed to travel to Jordan after visiting Israel during its conflict with Hamas.
  • President Biden is anticipated to engage in conversations with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Isaac Herzog and connect with the families of hostages and missing people during his visit to Israel, as reported by The Times of Israel.
  • Following his trip to Israel, President Biden will travel to Jordan, where he is likely to engage in discussions about the humanitarian situation in Gaza with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, Egyptian President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi, and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, as per the statement from the White House.

  • The Gaza-based Health Ministry reported that the Israeli airstrikes in Gaza have led to a tragic toll, with 2,750 Palestinians losing their lives and 9,700 others sustaining injuries. The ministry stated that more than 750 children were among those who tragically lost their lives in the Israeli attacks. On the other side, the Israel Defense Force (IDF) has confirmed a death toll of more than 1,400 in Israel resulting from a surprise attack by Hamas.

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