Yair Netanyahu, son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, claimed that the US financed the 'judiciary reform' protests in the country. After the statement, US President Joe Biden, who answered the questions of journalists in Durham while boarding the plane after his program in North Carolina and at the White House after landing, rejected the allegations that they interfered with Israel's internal affairs and said, "We do not interfere. They know my position on this matter. They know your position. They know the position of American Jews."
According to the news in Anadolu, when asked if he was worried about the democracy of Israel, which was the scene of protests due to the judicial reform debate, Biden said, "Like many strong supporters of Israel, I am very worried."
Sharing the view that Israel is going through a difficult process and they need to deal with it, Biden said that he hopes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will abandon the judicial reform arrangement.
"They can't go on this way. I kind of made that clear," Biden said. He added that he hopes Netanyahu will act in a way that achieves real reconciliation.
Asked whether he would invite Netanyahu to Washington, Biden replied, "No, not anytime soon." Biden said he did not speak to Netanyahu on the phone, but conveyed his message to him through his country's ambassador to Israel.
Biden, regarding the statements regarding the US involvement in Israel's internal affairs, said, "We do not interfere. They know my position on this matter. They know the position of America. They know the position of the American Jews."
According to the news in IHA, Netanyahu's son Yair, claiming that the protests were financed by the US State Department, "The US State Department is behind the protests in Israel. Their aim is to overthrow Netanyahu and make a deal with the Iranians. Where is the Shin Bet?" used the phrases.