Former US President Donald Trump chooses his side in Israeli-Palestinian tensions

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United States (US) Former President Donald Trump announced his side in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a post on his social media account. Trump's support for Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, whom he said ‘I will never forgive’ in his speech yesterday, drew attention.

Former US President Donald Trump chooses his side in Israeli-Palestinian tensions

While world leaders are closely following the Israeli-Palestinian tension, former President of the United States (US) Donald Trump has also made his side clear.

Making a statement on his own social media platform, Trump stated that he is on the side of Israel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In his speech yesterday, Trump accused Netanyahu of "abandoning" the United States before the 2020 operation to assassinate former Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani.

"Israel was going to be with us, the plans were made and worked on for months. Everything was ready. The night before the operation, I got a phone call that Israel was not going to participate in this operation," Trump said.

"They didn't explain to us why. I will never forgive Netanyahu for letting us down. We did our own thing and then Netanyahu took credit for it," he added.


Hamas' military wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, announced that they launched a comprehensive attack against Israel called "Al-Aqsa Flood" on the morning of October 7.
While thousands of rockets were fired from Gaza towards Israel, armed groups entered the settlements in the region.
The Israeli army also launched an attack on the Gaza Strip with dozens of warplanes.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that 830 people were killed and 4 thousand 250 people were injured in Gaza in the Israeli attacks.
In the occupied West Bank, it was reported that 1000 Israelis were killed in the attacks organized from Gaza and 5 thousand people were wounded, 106 of them seriously.
The Israeli army hit Damascus and Aleppo airports. As the Middle East is once again turning into a bloodbath, a deadline has been set for nearly 2 and a half million Palestinians to leave the blockaded Gaza.

Source: Newsroom

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