The United States has sent a “few” military advisors to the Israeli Occupation, the White House said Monday.
National security spokesman John Kirby told reporters the officers have experience in “the sorts of operations that Israel is conducting, and may conduct in the future” and were “over there to share some perspectives.”
The New York Times reported that the administration of President Joe Biden is concerned about Tel Aviv’s lack of “achievable military objectives in Gaza,” according to officials.
According to senior administration officials, the Israeli Occupation Forces are not prepared to initiate a ground invasion with a viable plan.
This comes as Operation Aqsa Typhoon, launched by Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, entered its 18th consecutive day in response to Israeli Occupation violations in the occupied Palestinian territories, which have been ongoing for decades.
In retaliation, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) has launched a campaign against the Gaza Strip, conducting a series of airstrikes in various areas.