Three Israeli Ministers Pressure Netanyahu’s Resposibility for Cross-border Attack by Hamas

Tel Aviv, MINA – Three Israeli ministers are considering resigning to pressure Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to hold resposibility for cross-border attack by Hamas’s fighters into Israeli border towns, Yedioth Ahronoth Newspaper reported on Monday.

The newspaper did not named the three ministers.

“We cannot believe this situation. Netanyahu simply must not be allowed continue,” the newspaper quoted from one of the ministers as saying.

Several Israeli security officers and politicians have admitted could not foresee the attack.

“Netanyahu refused to take responsibility for the 7 October events, although a few people believe that he will withstand the wave of anger that awaits him after in the end of the war,” the newspaper said.

Israeli citizens have staged protest demanding resignation of Netanyahu amid the Gaza conflict.

Israel launched a relentless bombardment in the Gaza strip following a cross-border attack by Hamas into Israeli border towns.

Nearly, 6,500 people have been killed in the conflict, including at least 5,087 Palestinian citizens martyrs and more than 1,400 Israeli citizens died. (T/RE1/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)