An Israeli reserve soldier said in an interview with the media in her country that politicians and the media in Israel are promoting a narrative that is far from reality about what is happening in Gaza stripWhile one of the settlers accused the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu By dismantling Israeli society and making it lose its strength.
Reserve conscript Omer Betsinyash – one of those calling for protests by reserve soldiers – said that she is not in the process of a political protest, but rather because she is in the field and sees things clearly, which is completely contradictory to what is presented by politicians and the media, according to what she said.
She added, “If we continue in the same way we are going now, we are heading towards suicide, and I hope that those who sit here (in the studio) or watch me at home know that we are fighting an existential war.”
Petzinach stressed that Israel must change its policy, take courageous decisions, and not return to what it tried in the past because it means that it is heading towards a terrible failure.
She continued, “We are talking about restoring the kidnapped (captives), but we must also restore security.”
Meanwhile, military correspondent Nir Dvori attacked those who criticize army personnel, saying, “Those who talk about the army's poor performance should go to the Gaza Strip to watch the soldiers' activity.”
Petsinash responded to this by saying that she was coming from the field after hearing the same story from the soldiers and from many, adding, “We must put pressure on the government to act in a realistic manner.”
A settler from Sderot, Yaakov Itah, said that Netanyahu must leave, adding, “I was raised on Zionism at home. You are taking revenge on us. Leave us.”
He added, “The prime minister neglected us, dismantled us, and killed our children. We no longer have the strength. We are dismantled,” accusing Netanyahu of “dismantling the social situation in Israel.”
Itah continued, “For 20 years, I have been saying, 'It's okay.' I gave birth to my children under the sound of missiles.” Al-Qassam (The military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement agitation) Now either Netanyahu (referring to his children) will kill them or drive them crazy.”
Channel 13 published part of a student demonstration against Yael Ayalon, the principal of Ironi High School in Tel AvivBecause she shared posts calling for the need to show the suffering that Gaza is experiencing.
Ayalon was investigated but was returned to her job, and when she went to school, the students attacked her.
Commenting on this photo, one of the guests said that the behavior of the students confirms that Israel is living in a state of silencing people in universities due to fear, pointing out that students at Tel Aviv University were prevented from posting leaflets about the war.
The guest asked, “Why is this happening? Aren't universities a place where students express their opinions? Why do they eliminate discussion?”