Published: 2024-02-11 16:24
Last Updated: 2024-02-26 17:59
United States President Joe Biden and his top aides are closer to a “breach” with the Israeli Occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than at any time since the aggression against Gaza began, according to The Washington Post.
“The Biden administration no longer views him as a productive partner who can be influenced even in private,” according to several people familiar with their internal discussions cited by the Post.
Frustration has pushed Biden's aides to encourage him to publicly criticize Netanyahu more. However, Biden's response to his aides has been slow, as Netanyahu “continues to infuriate Biden officials with public humiliations and prompt rejections of basic US demands.”
Additionally, Netanyahu and Herzi Halevi, Chief of the General Staff of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF), are engaged in conflicts regarding the Rafah operation, Hebrew Channel 13 reported.