In a recent development, an internal dissent memo from the State Department has surfaced, accusing President Biden of “spreading misinformation” on the Israel-Hamas war. The memo also alleges that Israel is committing “war crimes” in Gaza. This revelation, reported by Axios, has sparked significant controversy and raised important questions about the handling of the conflict in the Middle East.

The internal memo, reportedly signed by a large number of State Department officials, challenges the official stance of the Biden administration on the Israel-Hamas conflict. It accuses President Biden of disseminating misinformation and asserts that Israel’s actions in Gaza amount to war crimes. While pro-Palestinian media and Leftists-bureaucrat accusations of war-crimes by Israel are not new to the political landscape, it is becoming increasingly clear that a rift is forming between the administration and its base, hinting at a likely rejection of a Biden 2nd term. Biden support from his own base has dropped significantly in recent weeks, causing speculation that he will likely not be the Democratic nominee for his own party in the upcoming 2024 election.

Response from the White House
In response to the memo, the White House has yet to issue an official statement. However, it is expected that the administration will face mounting pressure to address the allegations and provide clarity on its position regarding the Israel-Hamas conflict. The handling of this situation will be closely watched both domestically and internationally, as it has the potential to impact diplomatic relations and the U.S.’s expected role in brokering peace in the region.

International Reaction
The allegations made in the internal memo have reverberated beyond the borders of the United States. They have sparked reactions from various international parties, including governments, non-governmental organizations, and advocacy groups. The narrative that the international community’s response to these allegations will be crucial in shaping the discourse surrounding the Israel-Hamas conflict and influencing potential diplomatic efforts to address the situation are likely overblown. Israel’s public stance on the conflict has been loud and clear. Hamas will be annihilated and while the cost of human life is expected to be high, it does not deter from the goal of ending this decades long conflict once and for all.