The international press continued to shed light on the developments of the Israeli war on Gaza strip And its repercussions 100 days after its outbreak.
The Israeli newspaper “Haaretz” said in its editorial that the war it launched Israel Against the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) It did not come close to achieving either of the goals set by the government despite the passage of 100 days. “It neither eliminated Hamas nor freed the hostages.”
The newspaper pointed out that the Israeli government insists on the option of continuing to fight in order to reach an agreement that does not seem to succeed in reality.
In turn, the American newspaper “The New York Times” wrote that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu He used a challenging tone in his speech after 100 days of war in Gaza, despite growing doubts about the results achieved, growing international concern about the number of deaths in Gaza, and growing fears that the war would turn into a regional conflict.
The newspaper pointed out, through Netanyahu's statements and the comments of the Israeli army leadership, that the gap is widening between the Israeli perception of the war and the international community's view of the worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
For its part, the American website “Axios” said that there is growing frustration within the White House towards Netanyahu because of his rejection of most of the requests made by the US administration regarding the war in Gaza, which is considered a priority for the United States.
According to the website, American concern is focused on the possibility that Israel will not adhere to a timetable for reducing the intensity of military operations in Gaza, adding that then it will be difficult for the American President joe biden Maintain the current level of support for the Israeli military campaign.
For its part, an article on the American website “The Hill” mentioned that the Gaza war renewed the bad impression of the United States in the Arab world.
The article believes that the stubborn American military support – as it describes it – for the Israeli invasion of Gaza fuels anti-American sentiment in the Arab street and reinforces comparisons with the American invasion of Iraq in 2003, indicating that it is a result of the Biden administration’s support for Netanyahu’s hard-line government.
As for the British newspaper, The Guardian, it published a report that talked about a new pattern of Israeli assassinations of leaders Hizb allah The Lebanese threaten to move away from a traditional rule in conflict management that considers military targets acceptable.
The newspaper adds, “For Hezbollah, targeting leaders who cannot be easily replaced may constitute a major challenge.” The report quoted diplomats that the recent assassinations threaten a dangerous escalation and the possibility of the collapse of the fragile accord between Israel and Hezbollah.
Source : American press + Israeli press + British press