Opposition to Netanyahu grows amid Israel’s deadly Gaza onslaught | PRESS TV – IRAN

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Avi Melamed’s insights quoted in “Opposition to Netanyahu grows amid Israel’s deadly Gaza onslaught”, an article by Ethan Bronner for PRESS TV – IRAN.

Press TV is Iran’s first 24/7 international television news network that broadcasts in English. It started broadcasting in earnest in June 2007.
Press TV has strong workforce at its headquarters in Tehran, including journalists (comprising personnel at the Newsroom, Website, Tehran Bureau, Programs, and Documentary departments). Five bureaus in the world’s most important cities, namely London, Beirut, Kabul, Damascus and Baghdad, help Press TV to not just report international news faster but to report them more accurately.

Ehud Barak, a former prime minister, said on Sunday the Hamas attacks on Israeli settlers and military forces were the deadliest blow the regime had suffered in its 75-year history.

“I don’t believe that the people trust Netanyahu to lead when he is under the burden of such a devastating event that just happened under his term,” Barak said in an interview with the weekend edition of the London-based Guardian newspaper.

Other figures from the Israeli regime, including former chief of staff Lt Gen Dan Halutz and former intelligence official Avi Melamed, said it was time for Netanyahu to resign after holding office for a total of more than 16 years.

Opposition to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has grown amid the regime’s ongoing war on the Palestinian enclave of the Gaza Strip as many insist he is no longer fit for office.

Thousands gathered in Tel Aviv on Sunday to protest against the regime’s policies and to call on Netanyahu to resign.

Among the protesters were friends and families of captives taken by the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas during a blitz into the occupied territories on October 7 that left some 1,400 dead.

Senior figures within the regime have also called on Netanyahu to leave office either now or after the war on Gaza.

Ehud Barak, a former prime minister, said on Sunday the Hamas attacks on Israeli settlers and military forces were the deadliest blow the regime had suffered in its 75-year history.

“I don’t believe that the people trust Netanyahu to lead when he is under the burden of such a devastating event that just happened under his term,” Barak said in an interview with the weekend edition of the London-based Guardian newspaper.

Other figures from the Israeli regime, including former chief of staff Lt Gen Dan Halutz and former intelligence official Avi Melamed, said it was time for Netanyahu to resign after holding office for a total of more than 16 years.

A poll conducted in the occupied territories earlier this month showed 56% of Israelis wanted Netanyahu to resign.

Israel started the brutal campaign of airstrikes and shelling on Gaza, a tiny strip of land on the Mediterranean where Hamas is based, right after Operation Al-Aqsa Storm on October 7.

According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, well over 4,700 Palestinians have been killed and nearly 16,000 wounded so far. The campaign has left more than one million people homeless.


Avi Melamed’s insights quoted in “Opposition to Netanyahu grows amid Israel’s deadly Gaza onslaught”, an article by Ethan Bronner for PRESS TV – IRAN.

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