The US President has sold illusions to the Palestinians and support for Israel:

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 Abbas and the PA are assured, “America not covered in cool”…
 Biden 1973: “If Israel did not exist, we would have to create it.”
 And 2022: “You do not need to be a Jew to be a Zionist.”
 
Afrasianet - When his presidential plane landed yesterday at (Ben Gurion) International Airport in the occupation entity, US President Joe Biden stood and presented his credentials to the daughter and girlfriend of the United States, Israel, and said: “You do not need to be a Jew to be a Zionist.”Biden did not He changes suddenly.

These are his hostile attitudes toward Arabs in general, and against Palestinians in particular. People do not change, but masks fall off. In this context, Haim Saban, an Israeli-American benefactor and businessman, and founder of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, said: “Joe Biden has been keen on Israel’s security since 1973, when he met as a young senator, Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin some time ago.

Short of the Yom Kippur War, and pushing for American security assistance, Saban quoted Biden as saying during his first visit to the entity: “If Israel did not exist, the United States of America would have to create Israel to protect its interests.” Biden has been keen on Israel's security since 1973 and has pushed for American security assistance, and he is not only committed to Israel's security, but also values and respects its citizens The Israeli businessman Saban, who is very influential on decision-making in the United States, and specifically on the Democratic Party, published on the eve of the recent elections for the US presidency, published an article, in which he emphasized: “Now more than ever we need a president with proven experience, strategic vision, Courage and respect from world leaders to protect our families and our safety.

Among these leaders are former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Camilla Harris,” stressing that “the Biden-Harris administration will not only rebuild America as a better country, but will also rebuild Israel’s security, and the actions of Biden and Harris testify that they are ardent supporters and allies of Israel,” he said. . Saban continued, “Joe Biden has been keen on Israel’s security since 1973, when he met as a young senator, Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin shortly before the Yom Kippur War, and pushed for American security assistance.

Not only is Biden committed to Israel’s security, he values and respects its citizens.” During his tenure as Vice President in 2016, he designed the largest security assistance MOU in US history to Israel: $38 billion over ten years. Moreover, Saban pointed out that the Biden administration “will not use his administration of Holy Jerusalem as an “assistance tool” in a political conference, as he understands that the United States’ support for Israel far exceeds the “moral duty,” and was even quoted in the past as saying: “If not If Israel did not exist, the United States of America would have to create Israel to protect its interests.” Saban recalled that Biden pledged that as president he would continue security assistance and maintain its qualitative military edge, noting that “during his tenure as Vice President, in 2016, he helped design the Memorandum of Understanding for the largest security assistance in US history, $38 billion over ten years, to Israel. Rather, he acted as an important player in enlisting support for the development of defense systems against the Iron Dome and David's Slings, which protect the citizens of Israel from Hamas rockets in the south of the country and Hezbollah's rockets in the north.

These two systems of weapons protect American soldiers around the world as well,” according to Saban, who is very close to the leaders of the ruling Democratic Party, and who is considered one of the closest to the administration of the current President Biden.


The Jewish-Israeli-American businessman cited an old Biden saying to emphasize the depth of his opposition to Iran and its nuclear program. According to him, Biden previously said: “I have no illusions about Iran.

The Iranian regime has for many years supported terrorism and threatens our interests, and I will not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon,” in the words of the US president. In addition, Saban said, “A dangerous situation arose in the region when Washington, under the leadership of former President Donald Trump, expelled American soldiers from Syria, which allowed Iran, with the support of Russia, to fill the void created with many weapons and military support, on the brink of The border with Israel, and Saban concluded by saying that Joe Biden's support for Israel, unlike Trump, was written in stone four decades ago, as he put it.

In connection with the above, Palestinians are awaiting with increasing pessimism the first visit of President Joe Biden after what they describe as a series of false Washington promises at a time when the United States strives to strengthen defense ties between Israel and Arab countries. Palestinians said that requests to reopen the US consulate in East Jerusalem, which was closed by former President Donald Trump, or to rescind the designation of the Palestine Liberation Organization as a terrorist organization, have not received any response. "We have no illusions of a political breakthrough during this visit," a senior Palestinian official said. We will listen to more pledges and promises.”

"This visit is related to the normalization of relations between Israel and the Arab countries," he added. Palestinians also say that continued Israeli settlement activities in the occupied West Bank undermine any prospect of a Palestinian state that can survive and live side by side with Israel.

Palestinian analyst: Biden will do nothing to change the existing reality and there is no prospect for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict On his part, Talal Okal, a political analyst in Gaza, said that the intense focus on strengthening security cooperation between Israel and the Arab countries allied with the United States to confront a potential threat from Iran means that any move towards a broader solution to the Palestinian issue is still far from being achieved, stressing at the same time. The time is that “Biden will not do anything to change the existing reality, and there is no prospect for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict,” according to his words. Sharon in 2001: “We, the Jewish people, control America, and the Americans know that… The Jews in America control the American media and members of Congress.”


On October 3, 2001, when Ariel Sharon was prime minister in Israel, the Security Cabinet convened a meeting to consider the American call for Israel to cease fire in the occupied West Bank.

Shimon Peres warned at the same meeting that Israel's non-acceptance of the request would negatively affect US-Israeli relations. Sharon, according to Israeli media reports, which the prime minister did not deny at the time, responded to Peres' demand by saying: Don't worry about American pressure, we the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know that. Sharon continued, "I am well aware of how it is almost impossible to implement American foreign policy in the Middle East, if it is not approved by American Jews." Sharon also pointed out that the Jews in America wonderfully control the American media, and even control members of Congress, as they do not allow Congress to take any decision against Israel.

The Jewish influence, Sharon increased, completely dominates the American arena, and concluded by saying that it is the Tel Aviv embassy in Washington that practically dictates its agenda to Congress, through the very wealthy Jews in America, Sharon told Peres.

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