Summary: President Joe Biden will travel to Israel on Wednesday to show support in the face of the Israel-Hamas conflict. Roughly 500,000 Israelis have been internally displaced for their safety as the conflict continues. The Israeli military has evacuated areas near the Gaza border and settlements near Lebanon. The international community has condemned the conflict and raised concerns about a potential wider regional crisis.
President Joe Biden will visit Israel on Wednesday to show solidarity in the midst of the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict. The conflict has led to the internal displacement of approximately 500,000 Israelis, who have taken measures to ensure their safety. The Israeli military has evacuated areas near the Gaza border and settlements near Lebanon, where the conflict has escalated. The international community has voiced its condemnation of the conflict and expressed fears of a wider regional crisis. The conflict has resulted in a devastating loss of life, with at least 1,400 people killed in Israel and over 2,700 people killed in Gaza. Humanitarian concerns continue to mount as basic supplies such as water, food, and electricity are cut off from the population of Gaza, which is home to 2 million people. Critics argue that the Israeli siege of Gaza violates humanitarian law. President Biden’s visit to Israel is seen as a show of support for the country in the face of the ongoing conflict.
Tags: Israel, Hamas, conflict, displacement, solidarity, international community, regional crisis, evacuation, Gaza Strip, Lebanon