Netanyahu Slams Biden (Video)

( – In a new blow to Joe Biden, Israel’s conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defied the US president’s threats of withdrawing American military aid if the Jewish State pursues further its offensive in the Gaza Strip against the Palestinian Arab Islamist terrorist group Hamas.

See a video of one of Netanyahu’s speeches snubbing Biden below!

On Thursday, Netanyahu stated in a video address that Israel was prepared to confront Hamas alone. He later delivered the same message in a speech, once again responding to Biden’s announcement of halting ammunition supplies to Israel if an extensive military operation is launched in Rafah, Gaza’s last Hamas bastion.

In his video address, the Israeli leader referenced the upcoming Yom Ha’atzmaut, which celebrates the 1948 Israeli Declaration of Independence, to highlight Israel’s historical struggle for sovereignty without external aid.

“We are on the eve of Independence Day. In the War of Independence 76 years ago, we were few against the many. We had no weapons — there was an arms embargo on Israel — but with great strength of spirit, heroism, and unity among us, we were victorious,” Netanyahu said.

He then addressed President Biden’s recent declaration that the U.S. would stop providing some military support to Israel if it proceeds with plans to invade Rafah and target Hamas leadership.

“Today, we are much stronger, we are determined, and we are united to defeat our enemy and those who want to destroy us,” Netanyahu affirmed.

“If we need to stand alone, we will stand alone. I have said that, if necessary, we will fight with our nails. But we have much more than nails, and with that same strength of spirit — with God’s help — together, we will win,” he added.

This statement came after the U.S. administration confirmed on Tuesday that it had suspended the delivery of thousands of bombs to Israel, prompted by concerns over a potential incursion into Rafah.

This marked a rare instance of the U.S. publicly withholding military aid to Israel following the October 7 terrorist attack by Hamas.

An American official termed the decision a “shot across the bow,” signaling the administration’s apprehension about such a military operation.

Amid speculation that the cessation of munitions might discourage Israel from undertaking a full-scale invasion of Rafah, Israeli Defense Forces spokesman Daniel Hagari assured that the Israeli military possesses sufficient munitions for its planned operations, including any in Rafah.

“The army has munitions for the missions it plans, and for the missions in Rafah too. We have what we need,” Hagari said.

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