The US is preparing to bolster Israel’s defense position in its war against Hamas with a multimillion-dollar shipment of munitions, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.

The proposed arms delivery includes roughly a thousand each of 500-pound MK-82 bombs, KMU-572 Joint Direct Attack Munitions that add precision guidance to bombs, and FMU-139 bomb fuses.

An assessment of the arms transfer by the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem obtained by the WSJ, reveals Israel’s immediate need for these weapons as the war against the terrorist organization nears five months. It also addresses human-rights concerns, affirming confidence in Israel’s commitment to preventing violations and maintaining accountability.

“Israel takes effective action to prevent gross violations of human rights and to hold security forces responsible that violate those rights. In the past, Israel has been a transparent partner in U.S. investigations into allegations of defense article misuse,” the assessment says.

Citing current and former U.S. officials, the proposed weapons shipment has yet to be finalized, pending an internal review by the Biden administration and subsequent approval from congressional committee leaders.