Israeli newspaper calls Netanyahu ‘master of failure’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Twitter/X)
TEL AVIV – The Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the eve of the 100th day of the war on Gaza, describing him as a “multifaceted master of failure.” The criticism extends to his performance in security, diplomacy, and the economy.اضافة اعلان

According to the newspaper, after these prolonged days of conflict, the government’s priority should be the return of Israeli prisoners from Gaza, even at the expense of a ceasefire and the overthrow of Hamas, Khaberni reported.

Haaretz emphasizes that the Israeli military remains entrenched in Gaza, and changing their terminology in the media does not alter this reality.

Fully achieving the war’s objectives seems impossible due to the lack of domestic public support and international diplomatic credit, compounded by an ineffective government led by a failed and deceptive leader.

The newspaper attributes the military’s hesitation in Gaza to the performance of the Israeli Chief of Staff and his subordinates, who are caught between political incompetence and a deteriorating international credit line.

As we approach the 100th day, both the military and political horizons remain murky, following the rule of war: “When hesitation begins, despair grows.”

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