Report: Biden Told Netanyahu To Solve Palestine Tax Revenue Issue
Axios is using some very negative terms to describe a recent meeting between American President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:
Difficult and frustrating.
Israel recently made the decision to withhold part of the tax revenue it collects for the Palestinian Authority, according to American and Israeli officials.
An American official said that a portion of a recent call between Biden and Netanyahu was dedicated to this topic.
If the source is to be believed, the tension between Biden and Bibi is rapidly growing.
Most of the conversation between Biden and Netanyahu was dedicated to the next phase of Israel's ground operation, according to officials from both countries.
Toward the end of the call, however, Biden decided he was going to ask questions that might upset Netanyahu.
Biden raised concerns about the withheld Palestinian tax revenues.
Israel does NOT want to give Palestinians that money so that it can in turn fund Hamas and have terrorists using Israeli funds to wage war.
Anyone with half a brain should be in 100% agreement on that issue.
Without a doubt, Palestine and Iran are the countries funding Hamas, the terrorist organization that attacked Israel so viciously on Oct. 7.
By having Hamas carry out the attacks, Iran and other terror funders have put themselves in a position to deny that they were the ones who murdered in cold blood.
For some reason, Joe Biden has zero problem with giving money to Iran and those in Gaza.
He also had no problem gifting terrorists in Afghanistan millions and millions of dollars of military equipment during his premature evacuation from the country, so this shouldn't be much of a surprise.
Joe Biden is rapidly trending toward a spot on the wrong side of history.
For America's sake, let's hope he catches himself before it's too late.
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