US Didn’t Give Israel All the Weapons They Want


According to Reuters, the United States’ top general said on Thursday that Israel had not received every weapon that it had asked for, in part because US President Joe Biden’s administration was not willing to provide at least some of them.

Charles Q. Brown

“Although we’ve been supporting them with capability, they’ve not received everything they’ve asked for,” said General Charles Q. Brown, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff.

“Some of that is because they’ve asked for stuff that we either don’t have the capacity to provide or not willing to provide, not right now,” Brown added, while speaking at an event hosted by the Defense Writers Group.

Later on Thursday, a spokesperson for Brown dressed up his comments and said they were in reference to “a standard practice before providing military aid to any of our allies and partners.”

They are only doing this for votes in Minnesota and Michigan. The Islamists in those states didn’t come out for him in the primaries and are threatening not to vote for him. This administration does everything for political reasons, not because it’s the right thing to do.

Washington gives $3.8 billion in annual military assistance to Israel, its longtime ally. The United States has been rushing air defenses and munitions to Israel, but some Democrats and Arab American groups have criticized the Biden administration’s support of Israel.

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with Defense Minister Yoav Gallant in Washington earlier this week, and the Pentagon said that security assistance for Israel had been discussed.

Israel canceled a recent meeting in D.C. but has agreed to reschedule.

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