GOING BACKWARDS: Biden Restores Aid To Palestinians, Endorses Two-State Solution

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US President Joe Biden on Wednesday promised to press for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as he restored aid to the Palestinians.

In a call with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, a longstanding US ally who recently faced down dissent within the royal family, Biden “affirmed that the United States supports a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” a White House statement said.

Biden has long vowed to return the two-state idea to the center of US policy following the dramatic shifts under former president Donald Trump.

His talk with the king came after his clearest break yet with Trump’s Mideast agenda, restoring US funding for the UN agency for Palestinian refugees that his predecessor had severed.

The State Department said the United States would contribute $150 million to the UN agency and offer $75 million in economic and development assistance for the West Bank and Gaza as well as $10 million for peacebuilding efforts.

Read more at Times of Israel.

{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. In the overall picture this is a disaster for the future of American international platform for every 4 years American policy changes. Once one president makes a policy all our adversaries need to do – like Abu Mazen aka Abbas did – just wait it out. If due time American policy will revert back! So, basically, in a nutshell, America can’t be trusted!

  2. I wish all the chachomim who want to send aid money to the P.A. would realize the following: NOBODY objects to humanitarian assistance – food, medicine and the like – being sent to the Palestinians. The problem is that cash, building supplies, etc. are going straight to terrorists, either as pay-to-slay financial rewards to terrorist murderers and their families or to build terror infrastructure such as the invasion tunnels from Gaza.
    It really is that simple.

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