The Israeli media – in its ongoing discussions of the war on Gaza – highlighted the repercussions of the decision international justice Court Regarding the lawsuit filed by South Africa against Israel, and the situation in the northern regions Gaza strip Some of the occupation reduced its forces there.
Gil Tamari, international affairs editor at Channel 13, said that the Court of Justice’s decision represents a problematic attack in terms of awareness, and it is very bad as it links Israel to…Extermination of a peopleThis awareness will be formed among global public opinion and cannot be repaired.
While Channel 7 quoted Diaspora Minister Amichai Shikli as saying that Israel must move from defense to attack, and defend South Africa The price for submitting the complaint to the Court of Justice, as well as Jordan and Turkey, adding, “We are not only facing Hamas.”
In another context, journalist Suleiman Masouda said on Kan 11 channel that the security services revealed indications of a return to the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) to operate normally in the north of the sector.
He explained that this return represents the return of civil rule in two areas where the occupation army has significantly reduced its forces in the north and center of the Gaza Strip, where they see a kind of return to municipal services through the emergency committees that Hamas established before the war to confront this situation.
In turn, Amnon Abramovich, a political analyst on Channel 12, criticized the continued talk about absolute victory in the war, which he did not know what it meant, according to him, adding, “The Prime Minister (Benjamin NetanyahuHe fears for his government (..) and is in conflict with Qatar, the Egyptians, the United States, and also with the Minister of Defense.”
Meanwhile, Kan 11 covered the strong opposition from the Chief of Staff of the occupation army, Herzi Halevy, to opening an investigation into the events of October 7, 2023, and his stress that this would hinder the work of officers in the war.