Israel did not receive all the weapons it requested from America… and this is why

Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff General Charles Brown confirmed yesterday, Thursday, that Israel has not received all the weapons it requested, partly because some of them may affect the readiness of the US army, and there are limits to its capabilities.

Brown said in a speech during an event hosted by the Defense Writers Group for defense and security press organizations, that “although we support Israel with aid, it has not received everything it requested,” explaining that “some of that is because it requested things that we do not have the ability to provide.” “To present it or we do not wish to present it now.”

In addition, a spokesman for Brown later said that his statements referred to “a standard practice before providing military aid to any of our allies and partners.”

Navy Captain Grell Dorsey added in a statement: “We are evaluating US stockpiles and any potential impact on our readiness to determine our ability to provide the required assistance.”

He continued: “There is no change in American policy. The United States continues to provide security assistance to our ally Israel as it defends itself against Hamas.”

Washington provides $3.8 billion in annual military aid to its long-time ally Israel, and the United States is accelerating the delivery of air defenses and munitions to Tel Aviv, but some Democrats and groups of Arab Americans have criticized President Joe Biden’s administration’s consistent support for Israel, which they say gives it a sense of immunity from… Punishment. (Al Jazeera)

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