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Biden Administration Faces Global and Domestic Isolation Over Collaboration with Israel in Gaza Genocide

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Fateh’s Reformist Democratic Faction highlights the unprecedented human suffering caused by the Israeli genocide in Gaza, supported by the Biden administration. This occurs amid increasing calls from compassionate voices within the United States for a prompt revision of the morally and financially corrupt White House and congressional policies towards the genocidal apartheid state of Israel.

Dimitri Diliani, spokesperson for Fateh’s Reformist Democratic Faction, emphasizes the gravity of the situation, stating, “Israel’s actions have resulted in the tragic loss of 20,000 lives, with a staggering 70% being innocent children and women. This unparalleled scale of devastation, including the destruction of buildings over people’s bodies, constitutes a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented proportions in this century.”

Diliani emphasizes the distinctive position adopted by young leaders in the U.S. government, stating, “Even within the State Department and the White House, substantial groups of staff, representing the future leaders of the United States, have bravely asserted, through public demonstration and protest resignations, that they cannot passively endorse the genocide carried out by Israel against the Palestinian people. The Biden administration faces notable isolation, not only on the global stage, as evidenced by the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly voting outcomes on the issue, but also within the United States.”

Recent events have seen major American labor unions, including the United Auto Workers, the American Postal Workers Union, and the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers, leading a historic protest outside the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) office in New York. This demonstration, attended by various advocacy groups such as the Adalah Justice Project, American Muslims for Palestine NY/NJ, Jewish Voice for Peace-NY, and others, signals a shift in the traditionally neutral or supportive stance of unions towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The protesters specifically emphasized the ethically compromising financial connections between AIPAC and influential New York politicians. Senators Kristin Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer, along with Representative Hakeem Jeffries, were identified, emphasizing the significant financial contributions they received from AIPAC. These contributions are reciprocations for their unwavering support for Israel’s war crimes and policies contrary to U.S. interests in the Middle East.

“In an era of unbiased reporting through social media, more people worldwide, including within the United States, are reconsidering their previous support for the supremacist and genocidal state of Israel,” remarks Diliani, acknowledging the changing dynamics around the world.

The spokesperson adds, “Democratic lawmakers in Washington D.C. are increasingly expressing their concerns regarding the lack of information and oversight regarding U.S. support for Israel in its ongoing genocide in the Gaza Strip. Calls for enhanced congressional oversight and transparency underscore the growing discomfort within the political landscape regarding the United States’ role in the atrocities.”

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