U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Thursday pushed Israel to shift fighting in Gaza “from what we would call high-intensity operations” to “lower-intensity operations,” according to John Kirby, spokesman for the National Security Council, which Sullivan heads. Sullivan is in Israel for two days of meetings with top officials, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, following remarks by President Biden this week warning that “indiscriminate bombing” would diminish Israel’s global support. Israel’s attack on Hamas in the Gaza Strip “will last more than several months,” Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant told Sullivan in a conversation Thursday.