Former Prime Minister of the Zionist regime Benjamin Netanyahu and leader of the opposition in the Knesset yesterday (Saturday) criticized the current Tel Aviv cabinet, saying that the Hamas movement sees the current Israeli government as weak.
According to the Anatolian News Agency, Netanyahu wrote in a Twitter message:
The Palestinian movement Hamas sees the current government [a coalition government led by Naftali Bennett] as weak; A strong, national government must be formed immediately under my leadership to restore security.
The former Prime Minister of the Zionist regime added:
Today, Hamas sees itself as a weak government run by those who endorse terrorism; A government that is unable to fight terrorism, target senior Hamas officials, and restore peace and security to the Israeli citizen.
There is no reason to expect a future attack on Gaza; [Instead] the current government should go.
During the rule of the Likud party (led by the right-wing party), the situation in the country was calmer and more secure from the beginning of history; But now, according to Israeli military statements, 19 people have been killed in a month and a half.