The former Israeli Prime Minister stated, Ehud Barakthat the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) was not defeated, and the chances of recovering the “hostages” are declining despite the gains achieved by the Israeli army.
Barak stressed the need for a new leadership IsraelPointing out that the lack of a realistic goal will cause them to drown in… GazaHe stressed the need to organize early elections in Israel before it is too late, he said.
Barak previously stated that the Israeli army has achieved significant progress in the Gaza Strip, but it is still far from achieving the goals of the war. He added that those who believe that Palestinians in Gaza can be encouraged to migrate voluntarily are delving into dreams that have no basis in reality.
Barak's statements come three months after the beginning of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, as disagreements began to escalate between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his government. According to the Israeli media, analysts point out that these disputes pose a security and existential threat to Israel.
The Israeli “Channel 13” discussed the crisis of Defense Minister Yoav Gallant's recent withdrawal from the War Council session, as its correspondent, Moriya Wahlberg, reported that the head of the National Security Council, Tzachi Hanegbi, had asked the head of the Defense Minister's office to leave the meeting. She pointed out that Gallant refused, according to what he said, and left the place, accompanied by his aides, after attacking Netanyahu and Hanegbi.
In the same context, Haaretz newspaper – today, Friday – quoted a source in the junior security ministerial team, saying that “there is no future for the war, and Netanyahu is stalling to buy time and escape responsibility.”
and since “Al-Aqsa flood“Israel is waging a devastating war on Gaza, which, as of Thursday, has resulted in the death of 24,620 Palestinians and the injury of 61,830 others, most of whom are children and women. This war has also caused massive destruction of infrastructure, leaving an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe,” according to Palestinian reports. And international.