Biden told reporters Israel has a right to defend itself"if you've got tens of thousands of rockets flying right into your land."
Ocasio-Cortez tweeted that Biden had neglected to mention that the impending evictions of dozens of Palestinians in their homes in East Jerusalem in favour of Israelis and the Israeli police raid of their Al-Aqsa mosque that left countless worshippers hurt within an instigator into Hamas' enemy strikes.
She explained claims which don't recognize Israel's part in the violence"dehumanize Palestinians & indicate the US will look another way at human rights offenses. It is incorrect."
"By simply stepping into name Hamas' activities - that are condemnable - and - Struggling to admit the rights of Palestinians,'' Biden reinforces the false notion that Palestinians instigated this particular cycle of violence," she wrote. "This isn't neutral language. It requires a side - the side of job."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi set a comparable statement Tuesday saying Israel has the right to defend itself from Hamas'"indiscriminate" attacks.
State Department spokesman Ned Price reacted to some tweet U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar delivered Wednesdayin which she maintained the deputy mayor of Jerusalem was encouraging"ethnic cleansing" in his defense against the evictions, according to The New York Times.
"This deputy mayor is describing cultural cleansing , yet everybody is that the West is pretending that isn't what is happening to Palestinians," Omar tweeted.
Prince told reporters Omar's claim was"not a thing our investigation supports"
At least 67 people are murdered in Gaza and seven individuals in Israel because the violence began, including some women and children on each side, Reuters reported.
The present eruption of violence started a month in Jerusalem, in which heavy-handed Israeli police tactics during Ramadan and the threatened eviction of dozens of families by Jewish settlers triggered protests and clashes with authorities.
Hamas, claiming to be defending Jerusalem, started a barrage of rockets in the town late Monday, putting off days of battling.
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