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64 percent of Israelis have lost confidence in Netanyahu

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64 percent of Israel’s warring population thinks that Netanyahu’s actions in the last 90 days of war are not satisfactory. Netanyahu’s Likud party won’t get more than 20 seats in an election right now. Qatar-based media Al Jazeera reported this information citing a survey by the Public Broadcasting Corporation Cannes.

For the past few days, thousands of people have been protesting against the government in Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel. The protests that began to demand the return of Israelis captured by the Palestinian independence group Hamas, have now turned into anti-government movements. Protesters are now demanding elections. They cheered Tel Aviv with slogans of ‘Netanyahu go away’.

A Kahn poll found that 46 percent of Israelis think former defense minister and National Unity Party leader Ben Gantz is more qualified than Netanyahu. Gantoj’s party is likely to win 33 seats if the elections are held now.

On July 23 last year, mass protests broke out in Israel over a controversial bill to reform the judiciary. Netanyahu passed the bill in the parliament ignoring the public protest. Anti-government protests intensified since then.

The war between Israel and Hamas has lasted 91 days. Israel has killed more than 22,000 Palestinians since the war began on October 7 last year, according to the Health Ministry in Hamas-run Gaza. In addition, most of the 2.3 million people living in Gaza have been displaced.

Israel claimed that on October 7, Hamas terrorists attacked southern Israel and killed 1,200 people. In addition, 240 people were taken hostage. Meanwhile, some hostages were released during the cease-fire with the consent of both sides, but 120 hostages are still held by Hamas.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday reiterated his determination to eliminate Hamas. “We have to put everything aside until we achieve total victory in Gaza,” he said. Our operations will continue until we have completely eliminated Hamas, returned our hostages, and ensured that Gaza is no longer a threat to Israelis.


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