U.S. quietly sending more ammunition, missiles to Israel amid global outrage over genocide in Gaza

U.S. quietly sending more ammunition, missiles to Israel amid global outrage over genocide in Gaza

Recognizing that the general public does not support sending more aid to Israel so it can obliterate the Palestinians, the Pentagon has begun to quietly send ammunition and missiles to the Jewish state under the cover of darkness.

According to an unearthed internal Department of Defense (DOD) list, the Pentagon is basically giving Israel everything it demands, including more laser-guided missiles for its Apache gunship fleet, night-vision devices, bunker-buster munitions and various new army vehicles.

These accoutrements are in addition to the Pentagon’s well-publicized procurement of more Iron Dome interceptors and Boeing Co. smart bombs, which are costing United States taxpayers a fortune.

All of this is taking place at the same time as the Biden regime increasingly cautioning Israel to restrain itself and at least try to avoid killing innocent civilians living in the Gaza Strip.

The arms the U.S. is sending to Israel are outlined in a document entitled “Israel Senior Leader,” dated late October, that has been circulating in the Pentagon ever since the October 7 Hamas attack that triggered Israel’s war.

The U.S. has either already sent the weaponry in question to Israel or the DOD is working on making whatever has not yet been sent available from domestic or European stockpiles.

As of late October, all 36,000 requested rounds of 30mm canon ammunition have been sent to Israel, as have the 1,800 M141 bunker-buster munitions and at least 3,500 night-vision devices, the latest figures show.

(Related: All of a sudden, the “woke” U.S. military is pandering to white guys as Israel ramps up genocide in Gaza.)

DOD “leveraging several avenues” to give Israel everything it demands

According to a Pentagon spokesman who refused to provide specifics, the DOD is in the process of “leveraging several avenues – from internal stocks to U.S. industry channels – to ensure Israel has the means to defend itself.”

“This security assistance continues to arrive on a near-daily basis,” reads an official DOD statement about the matter.

A number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has expressed criticism about these secret weapons shipments, which the Pentagon seems to be trying to hide from the public. In a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, more than 30 relief organizations urged the government to not send 155mm shells in particular to Israel, and here is why:

“In Gaza, one of the world’s most densely populated places, 155mm artillery shells are inherently indiscriminate,” the letter reads. “These munitions are unguided and have a high error radius.”

The ammunition the U.S. sent to Israel for its AH-64 Apache helicopter gunships includes roughly 2,000 Hellfire Laser Guided missiles made by Lockheed Martin Corp. Some of this ammunition has already been transferred by Israel to its military forces.

All the while, the U.S. Army is busying itself seeking even more supplies and stocks to send to Israel from Germany and South Korea. Basically, the entire Western world, including Western allies, is giving everything it can to Israel so the Jewish state can complete its mission of eradicating and evicting the people of Gaza from the very tiny strip of land they call home.

According to Michael Eisenstadt, director of military and security programs at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) appear to be using the Apache helicopters “to support Israel troops in contact with Hamas fighters, using their 30mm chain guns against fighters caught out in the open and Hellfire missiles against vehicles and fighting position or bunkers used by Hamas.”

“They may also be using Hellfires for the targeted killing of senior commanders when the opportunity presents itself,” he added.

The latest news about Israel’s war on Gaza can be found at WWIII.news.

Sources for this article include:




You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

Leave a Reply

Powered by WordPress | Designed by: Premium WordPress Themes | Thanks to Themes Gallery, Bromoney and Wordpress Themes