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Democrats scuttle effort to delay Israel arms sale

Senior House Democrats considered and then on Tueasday scuttled a letter to President Joe Biden to demand that he delay a pending $735 million sale of precision-guided missiles to Israel.
2 months ago|Washington, United States

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Democrats back off demand that Biden delay U.S. arms sale to Israel

Multiple reports said the House Foreign Affairs Committee planned to delay the deal as negotiations over a ceasefire in the region continue.

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Top Democrat reverses plan to send letter on Israel arms sale at urging of Biden administration

Rep. Gregory Meeks, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is no longer expected to send a letter to the Biden administration calling for the $735 million arms deal between the US and Israel to be delayed despite plans to do so as of last night, three sources familiar with the situation told CNN Tuesday.

2 months ago|Atlanta, United States
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Top Democrat changes course, will not request hold on U.S. arms sale to Israel

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2 months ago|Tel Aviv- Yafo, Israel
The Washington Post
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House Democrats, in disarray over arms sale to Israel, take complaints to Biden administration

House Foreign Affairs Committee members are expected to meet as soon as Thursday with an administration official, as some Democrats decry a pending arms sale to Israel.

2 months ago|Washington, United States
The Hill
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Israel arms sale exposes Democratic fault lines

A $735 million weapons sale is exposing fault lines in the Democratic Party over what to do about escalating violence in Israel, splitting party leaders who remain solid allies of Israel and more progressive Democrats who see Israel’s treatment of

2 months ago|Washington, United States
Washington Examiner
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Top Democrat walks back move to block arms sale to Israel

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., and other Maryland Democrats hold a news conference to call for removal of a bust from the Capitol of Chief Justice Roger Taney who led the Supreme Court in the 1857 ruling against Dred Scott, an enslaved African American man, who had sued for his freedom, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, March 9, 2020. Their legislation would replace Taney's bust with one of Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall — a…

2 months ago|Washington, United States
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KVIA

Top Democrat reverses plan to send letter on Israel arms sale at urging of Biden administration

Rep. Gregory Meeks, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is no longer expected to send a letter to the Biden administration calling for the $735 million arms deal between the US and Israel to be delayed despite plans to do so as of last night, three sources familiar with the situation told CNN on Tuesday.Meeks’ decision — a reversal of his plans from last night — came after there was further engagement between members of the committe…

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Biden Administration Informs Congress of $735M Weapons Sale to Israel

The Biden administration notified Congress of its intent to sell $735 million in precision-guided weapons to Israel before the country's current violence with Hamas intensified, it was reported Monday. Some progressive Democrats...

2 months ago|Washington, United States
KRDO
KRDO

Top Democrat reverses plan to send letter on Israel arms sale at urging of Biden administration

Rep. Gregory Meeks, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is no longer expected to send a letter to the Biden administration calling for the $735 million arms deal between the US and Israel to be delayed despite plans to do so as of last night, three sources familiar with the situation told CNN on Tuesday.Meeks’ decision — a reversal of his plans from last night — came after there was further engagement between members of the committe…

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Top Democrat reverses plan to send letter on Israel arms sale at urging of Biden administration - Local News 8

Rep. Gregory Meeks, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is no longer expected to send a letter to the Biden administration calling for the $735 million arms deal between the US and Israel to be delayed despite plans to do so as of last night, three sources familiar with the situation told CNN on Tuesday.Meeks’ decision — a reversal of his plans from last night — came after there was further engagement between members of the committe…

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R 27%
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