No Gaza Ceasefire, No Votes, Muslim Americans Tell Biden

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There has been a threat made by Muslim Americans that they will withhold their support for the reelection of President Joe Biden in 2024 if he does not move promptly to secure a ceasefire in Gaza. This threat was made. Democratic Party leaders in battleground states like Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania have asked Vice President Biden to use his influence with Israel to arrange a cease-fire by Tuesday at 5 p.m. Eastern Time (2100 GMT). This deadline was set by the leaders of the Democratic Party in those states. This year, elections will take place in a number of states, including those listed above. In a call to action named “2023 Ceasefire Ultimatum,” the Muslim community has vowed to push Muslim voters to “withhold endorsement, support, or votes for any candidate who endorses the Israeli offensive against the Palestinian people.” This call to action was released after the Muslim community issued a call to action titled “2023 Ceasefire Ultimatum.” This rallying cry is being referred to as the “2023 Ceasefire Ultimatum.”

Hamas militants from Gaza are accused by the Israeli authorities of carrying out an attack on October 7 that resulted in the deaths of 1,400 people and the seizure of 239 hostages. This letter is the most recent example of the growing anger and frustration among Arab and Muslim communities in the United States over Biden’s unwillingness to resist Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip. The anger and frustration stem from Biden’s inability to stop Israel from attacking the Gaza Strip. The unwillingness of Vice President Biden to condemn the Israeli attacks prompted the writing of the letter that was sent to him. On Monday, medical officials in Gaza said that a total of 8,306 individuals have lost their lives as a direct result of the Israeli ground and air offensive that has been going on for the past three weeks. This total comprised 3,457 young people.

Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, issued a strong warning on Monday that he would not agree to a ceasefire in Israel’s aerial assault on the Gaza Strip. Netanyahu made this statement in reference to Israel’s ongoing offensive against the Gaza Strip. Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American politician from Minnesota, published a video on Monday in which she criticized Vice President Joe Biden’s support for what she referred to as “Israel’s genocidal campaign in Palestine” and advised him not to “count on our vote in 2024.” Tlaib is from Minnesota. X, which was formerly known as Twitter, is where the footage was initially shared online.

Jaylani Hussein, the head of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), anticipated that Muslim American groups in other swing states would make similar requests if Joe Biden opted to run for reelection in 2024. If Joe Biden decided to run for reelection, the election will take place in 2024. When he made this statement, he insisted that he was just speaking for himself and not for CAIR. He reiterated this point several times. His opinion is that more than seventy percent of American Muslims will vote for Biden in the upcoming presidential election in 2020.

The leaders of the Muslim American community in the states of Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin did not respond quickly to the news. According to Ahmet Tekelioglu, the executive director of CAIR in

Philadelphia, there has not been a determination made on a date for the cessation of hostilities despite the fact that Muslim Americans throughout the state have called for it to take place as soon as possible. This was reported by Tekelioglu despite the fact that Muslim Americans across the state have urged for it to take place.

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