President Biden on the United States’ Response to Hamas’s Terrorist Attacks Against Israel and Russia’s Ongoing Brutal War Against Ukraine

White House October 20, 2023 THE PRESIDENT:  Good evening, my fellow Americans.  We’re facing an inflection point in history — one of those moments where the decisions we make today are going to determine the future for decades to come.  That’s what I’d like to talk with you about tonight. You know, earlier this morning, …

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President Biden on the October 7th Terrorist Attacks and the Resilience of the State of Israel and its People

Tel Aviv, Israel October 18, 2023 THE PRESIDENT:  Good afternoon.  Please have a seat.  I come to Israel with a single message: You are not alone.  You are not alone. As long as the United States stands — and we will stand forever — we will not let you ever be alone. Most importantly, the …

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President Biden and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel Before Expanded Bilateral Meeting

Tel Aviv, Israel October 18, 2023   PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  Mr. President, you are meeting with our united war cabinet — united and resolved to lead Israel to victory.  This will be a different kind of war because Hamas is a different kind of enemy. While Israel seeks to minimize civilian casualties, Hamas seeks to …

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Joint Statement on Israel

October 9, 2023 Today, the leaders of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States of America released the following joint statement following their call: Today, we — President Macron of France, Chancellor Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Meloni of Italy, Prime Minister Sunak of the United Kingdom, and President Biden of the …

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Statement by President Trump on Jerusalem, December 6, 2017

So today, let us rededicate ourselves to a path of mutual understanding and respect. Let us rethink old assumptions and open our hearts and minds to possible and possibilities. And finally, I ask the leaders of the region — political and religious; Israeli and Palestinian; Jewish and Christian and Muslim — to join us in …

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Joint Statement on Syria by the Foreign Ministers of France, Italy, Germany, the UK, the U.S., and the EU

We demand immediate, expanded humanitarian access to all areas of Syria, including those on the United Nations’ priority list, and we deplore the delays and obstruction caused primarily by the Syrian regime of humanitarian deliveries to Syrians in desperate need. We fully support the United Nations investigations of the use of chemical weapons in Syria …

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Joint Communique on Libya

We reaffirm our solidarity with the Libyan people and express our sympathy for those who lost their lives in the fight against terrorism. We also welcome the efforts against terrorist groups as listed by the UN in other parts of Libya, including Benghazi, and commit to collectively pursue those efforts. We urge all Libyans to …

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