In front of journalists, a spokesman said: National Security Council White House spokesman John Kirby said, “There are no plans or intentions to deploy American military forces on the ground in Gaza, either now or in the future.”
Kirby added that the United States does not believe that the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) It could be included in the future government of the Gaza Strip when the war with Israel ends.
As the region braces for a potential refugee crisis among residents of the Gaza Strip, Kirby said that the United States does not support the “permanent” resettlement of Gazans outside the Hamas-run enclave.
Despite the fall of about 8,805 martyrs in the Israeli aggression on Gaza, Kirby said, “Washington does not believe that the time is now appropriate for a general ceasefire, but it is necessary to stop hostilities for humanitarian reasons.”
At a time when the United States and its allies and partners are discussing… Post-war prospects in Gaza Kirby said that Hamas assuming responsibility “would be problematic after it killed 1,400 people in southern Israel on October 7th.”
He added, “We believe that Hamas cannot represent the future of governance in Gaza. They cannot do this. “We don’t have all the answers yet for what comes after the conflict, but we are working with our partners in the region to explore what governance in Gaza could and should look like.”
Backgrounds of flood and aggression
It is noteworthy that Israel was established on Arab land occupied in 1948, and annexed JerusalemWest Bank In 1967, it continued for 75 years to kill and arrest Palestinians, expand settlement activity in the West Bank, launch military operations in Gaza, and attack Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem.
On the seventh of last October, it was launched Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades -The military arm of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) – and other Palestinian resistance factions are operational Al-Aqsa flood Against the Israeli occupation, and has so far killed more than 1,400 Israelis.
The Palestinian resistance also captured more than 200 Israelis and announced that it wanted to exchange them for more than 6,000 Palestinian prisoners in occupation prisons.
For its part, Israel continues its aggression against Gaza, bombing homes, schools, hospitals, and mosques, which led to the martyrdom of more than 8,805 martyrs, most of whom were women and children, in addition to wounding more than 12,000, destroying entire neighborhoods, and displacing most of the population.
Israeli military operations in Gaza receive broad support from the United States, which sent two aircraft carriers to the Mediterranean Sea to “deter any attempt to expand the conflict,” she said.