The Biden administration is considering imposing travel bans on Israeli settlers involved in attacks on Palestinians in the West Bank.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken expressed the administration’s desire to hold settlers accountable and may announce visa bans as early as next week.
Settlers affected by the ban would be excluded from the Visa Waiver Program. (Trending: Another Major Company Goes Woke And Goes Broke)
“We’re looking to the Israeli government to take some additional steps to really put a stop to this. And at the same time, we’re considering our own steps,” Blinken said.
The travel ban comes as the Israeli Defense Forces enters what it calls the “next stage of the war” following the collapse of a cease-fire deal.
This comes as the Israeli Defense Forces enter the “next stage of the war” following the collapse of a cease-fire deal.
Additionally, Pakistan condemned Israeli airstrikes in Gaza, accusing Israel of “war crimes” and demanding a renewed cease-fire for humanitarian aid.
Hamas released hostages and exchanged prisoners with Israel during the temporary cease-fire.