[On the issue of whether to occupy Gaza, the United States and Israel have serious differences]
According to the global network, CNN said that the White House stated on November 7 local time that the Israeli army should not occupy Gaza.
On November 6, the day before, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an interview with US media that Israel would assume responsibility for Gaza's overall security indefinitely after the end of the war. To put it bluntly, it is to occupy Gaza.
And White House National Security Council spokesman John Brown. Kirby responded to the Israeli prime minister's remarks that the US president still believes that the reoccupation of Gaza by Israeli forces is unfavorable. It's bad for Israel, and it's bad for the Israeli people.
In fact, the United States and Israel currently have a clear and principled difference on the issue of whether to reoccupy Gaza. In mid-October, Biden had said that it would be a mistake for Israel to no longer occupy Gaza.
From Kirby's response to Netanyahu, he said that the US president still believes that Israel should not occupy Gaza, which means that Biden still insists on not allowing Israel to occupy Gaza again. Speaking at the end of the G7 foreign ministers' meeting in Tokyo on November 8, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken also said that the United States opposes the expulsion of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and Israel's reoccupation of the territory.
As for US President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Spokesperson Kirby, who have conveyed warnings that Israel will not be allowed to occupy Gaza again, Netanyahu and the Israeli side have not yet received a response, indicating that Netanyahu has not changed his mind about assuming responsibility for Gaza's security "indefinitely".
At present, although Netanyahu has the idea of occupying Gaza for a long time, it is difficult to realize Israel's attempt to occupy Gaza due to the opposition of the United States, the fact that the international community will not agree, and the pressure from the United Nations and public opinion.