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US President Joe Biden will travel to Israel over the raging concern of the Israel-Hamas war. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has confirmed Joe Biden’s travel to Israel is with humanitarian grounds.
Israel is preparing to attack Hamas around the coast strip of 141 square miles (365 Square kilometres) territory, that is into the roots of Hamas.
Joe Biden in his recent interview gave the strongest message to Israel not to attack Hamas. Aides cleared that Biden has a strong interest in visiting Israel over the weekend after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invited them. The US president will travel to Jordan from there, where he will meet King Abdullah II, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. White House said that they are carefully looking into the security of their president’s visit as the air sirens in Israel kept warning of incoming rockets.
Joe Biden will also have a multi-day tour of the Middle East, balancing the unwavering support of Israel’s military operations. There is clear information about the opening of the Rafah crossing in Egypt by considering the USA president's visit.
Analysts say that the visit will symbolise the high profile support for Israel and will be a warning to the other regions namely Iran and Hezbollah proxy in Lebanon.