Wed 10 Apr 2024 6:21 pm - Jerusalem Time

International newspapers: Netanyahu is playing with fire and the possibility of a major explosion occurring inside Israel

As part of their coverage of the repercussions of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, writers of articles and reports in international newspapers believe that Israel is facing a quagmire in the Gaza Strip, and that its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “playing with fire” with the United States of America.

Experts told the Washington Post newspaper: “The impatience of the United States is approaching the breaking point with the Israeli Prime Minister.” The newspaper quoted an informed Israeli source as saying, “The increasing American pressure has led to a change in thinking within Netanyahu’s office itself, and there is a possibility that it will generate anger over the fate of Netanyahu.” "The hostages are a major explosion inside Israel."

According to an article by writer Dov Zakheim in the National Interest magazine, Netanyahu is “playing with fire with America, and he must realize that he has often dealt with President Joe Biden with disdain,” adding, “If Netanyahu does not take American concerns into account, Israel will burn.” Indeed, it is already suffering from the horrors of the October 7 attack and the plight of the hostages.”

As for writer Bret Stevens, in his article in the New York Times, he called for Netanyahu’s departure from office, and said, “Israel’s loyal friends must never be afraid to express their position, because Israel cannot afford to lose this war, but it needs to lose a leader who cannot achieve Victory,” stressing that the defeat of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) has not been achieved.

In the same context, Michael Hirsch saw, in an article in Foreign Policy magazine, that Israel is facing a quagmire in Gaza, similar to what the United States faced in Iraq, and “Israel does not yet have any post-war plan.”

The Wall Street Journal highlighted in a report the comprehensive destruction caused by the occupation forces in Khan Yunis. The report quotes Walid Abu Amr as saying that he could not move around the neighborhood that was once his home, because everything had been destroyed.

For its part, The Guardian opined in its editorial that the international community, led by the United States, is required to issue a resolution from the UN Security Council to put an end to the war in Gaza.

Source: Al Jazeera


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International newspapers: Netanyahu is playing with fire and the possibility of a major explosion occurring inside Israel