Mike Pence’s AAF issues memo to lawmakers claiming: ‘Biden doesn’t seem to want Israel to win’

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Former Vice President Mike Pence’s political advocacy organization, Advancing American Freedom (AAF), has issued a memo to Congress with a strong message, urging lawmakers to scrutinize the Biden administration for its handling of Israel’s military actions. 

The memo, titled “Biden Doesn’t Seem to Want Israel to Win,” presents a critical view of the administration’s stance on the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. 

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Memo claims Biden administration undermines Israel’s defense efforts

According to the memo, “Israel is fighting to ensure its existence. Meanwhile, the Biden administration is actively undermining Israel.”

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The document specifically accuses President Biden of compromising Israel’s military objectives and indirectly supporting Iran by deviating from the previous administration’s “maximum pressure” policy. 

The memo highlights concerns over Biden’s calls for a ceasefire and suggests that these moves could be seen as hindering Israel’s effort to achieve “absolute victory” against Hamas and restore peace in the Middle East. 

Pence advocates for continued military engagement despite regional tensions

“The war should end when her military goals are achieved, and not a moment sooner,” Pence stated, emphasizing a stance against premature cessation of military actions.

The memo’s release coincided with a significant escalation in regional tensions, marked by a deadly drone strike in northeast Jordan, close to the Syrian border, which resulted in the death of three American soldiers and injuries to dozens. 

This attack on Tower 22, a base supporting the counter-ISIS mission for years, has been attributed to Iran-backed militias, with the “Islamic Resistance in Iraq” coalition claiming responsibility. 

Biden faces challenges in Middle East amidst criticism and regional tensions

President Biden’s acknowledgment of the “tough day in the Middle East” and his vow for a U.S. response underscores the growing challenges in managing regional conflicts and the complexities of U.S. involvement.

The AAF memo and the recent incidents highlight the intricate balance the Biden administration must maintain in supporting Israel while engaging in broader Middle East diplomacy. 

The criticism from Pence’s group reflects a broader debate within U.S. politics about the best approach to ensuring Israel’s security, managing relations with Iran, and pursuing peace in the region. 

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Push for stronger U.S. support for Israel amid escalating Middle East tensions

The call for congressional oversight suggests a desire for more assertive support for Israel’s military objectives and a reconsideration of current U.S. strategies in the Middle East.

As tensions escalate and the international community watches closely, the debate over the U.S. role in the Israel-Hamas conflict and broader Middle Eastern dynamics continues to intensify. 

AAF memo urges U.S. policy rethink on Israel support and regional stability

The memo from Advancing American Freedom serves as a pointed critique of current policies and a call for a strategic reevaluation of U.S. support for Israel and its approach to regional stability. 

With the situation evolving rapidly, the responses from Congress, the Biden administration, and international actors will be closely monitored for indications of future policy directions and their implications for peace and security in the Middle East.

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