The US elections are near, the Donald Trump administration has made another pro-Israel decision to mobilize the voices of evangelical Christians.
For the first time, Washington lifted a ban on funding and supporting Israeli science and technology projects in illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Previously, US citizens could not freely participate or finance such projects, since Israeli settlements are a violation of international law and no one recognizes them.
Now the territory of Israeli settlements on Palestinian lands is open for commercial, scientific, technological, and educational cooperation with the United States, thereby legitimizing the long-term Israeli occupation of territories seized after 1967.
For Benjamin Netanyahu, this is another political victory, and for Trump, another attempt to consolidate the voices of the Jewish community in the States and evangelical Christians, plus another reminder that Trump is the best possible president in Washington for Israel's interests.
Although, this was already clear after the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Joe Biden's pro-Israel agenda is a little worse because of the contrast in his campaign agenda and the diversity of social groups that he relies on in his campaign.