Saturday, December 9, 2023

Donald Trump admits that Joe Biden funded the attack on Hamas

Donald Trump, former president of the United States, strongly condemned the attacks by Hamas, from the territory of Gaza, against Israel, which occurred this Friday, while declaring that the Israeli government has the right to attack the very strong.

Likewise, he criticized the Joe Biden administration for financing the attacks.

Through a statement, the former US president declared that the attacks were a shame.

“Unfortunately, American taxpayer money has helped fund these attacks, which are widely reported to be coming from the Biden administration.”

Trump’s statement comes after this Saturday the Palestinian militias in Gaza, led by the Islamist movement Hams, launched a joint operation with the launch of more than a thousand rockets and entered the territory of Israel, in a surprise and unprecedented attack.

Trump charged that peace was brought to the Middle East through the Abraham Accords only to see Joe Biden “reduce it at a faster rate than anyone thought possible. Here we go again.”

At least 198 Palestinians have been killed and more than 1,600 injured in fighting and shelling by Israel in Gaza, as fierce armed clashes erupted this morning as a result of a surprise offensive against Israel by land, sea and air of the Islamist group Hams continues.

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 198 people from the coastal enclave were killed and 1,610 injured “as a result of Israeli aggression”, while Israeli air strikes in Gaza and rocket fire by Palestinian militias into in the territory of Israel continues. , where it is estimated that many more members of the Gaza militia are fighting Israeli forces.

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