New memorandum on weapons sales brings Washington one step closer to conditioning Israel aid

The White House directive, pushed by Democratic senators, is unlikely to upend U.S. arms deliveries in the short term.

Neighbors inspect the rubble of the Hasouna family house, which was struck by an Israeli airstrike during an operation to rescue two hostages in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on Tuesday. Ibrahim Hasouna, who was away at the time of the airstrike, says his entire family was killed, including his parents, two brothers, his sister-in-law, and three nieces and nephews. (AP Photo/Fatima Shbair)

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