Israel war cabinet minister: The failure in the Gaza war was blamed on Netanyahu


Tel aviv (ANN)- Benny Gantz the Israeli minister has announced his resignation from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s emergency government, withdrawing the only centrist power in the embattled leader’s far-right coalition, at a time when the Gaza war has been going on for eight months and has led to a defeat for Israel goverment.

“Netanyahu is preventing us from advancing toward true victory. That is why we are leaving the emergency government today, with a heavy heart but with full confidence,” Gantz said at a televised news conference on Sunday.accoding to Aljazeera.

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He called for early elections, saying “there should be elections that will eventually establish a government that will win the trust of the people and be able to face challenges”.

“I call on Netanyahu: set an agreed election date.”

Benny Gantz last month threatened to leave the emergency government – formed last year to oversee the war on Gaza – if Netanyahu failed to present a post-war plan for the besieged and bombarded Palestinian territory, where Israel is continuing a ground and aerial bombardment campaign that has killed more than 37,000 people since October 7, according to Aljazeera citing health officials in Gaza.

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Demonstrations against the Netanyahu-led government are important but must be lawful, Gantz said.

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“The protests are important, however, they need to be conducted in a legal manner and they must not encourage hatred. We are not each other’s enemies. Our enemies are outside of our borders,” he told reporters.

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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.