53% believe Netanyahu prolongs war for power. Lieberman deems government’s demise. Israel boycotts ceasefire.

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53% of Israelis believe Netanyahu is extending war to stay in power
A recent survey by Israeli Channel 13 showed that 53% of Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is actively prolonging the war to stay in power.

When asked what Netanyahu’s purpose for extending the Israeli war on Gaza was, 35% of voters said it was to ensure ‘absolute victory’, while a crushing 53% believed it was for his own political interest.

The survey also explored the possibility of cabinet member Benny Gantz staying in government, to which 35% agreed that he and the Israeli opposition should exit, while 46% voted they should remain in government.


Netanyahu’s government ‘reached its demise,’ says Israel’s Lieberman
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The government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “has reached its demise,” former Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday, Anadolu reports.

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“The government has exhausted itself, and removing it will be a reward for Israel’s people,” Lieberman, the leader of the hardline Yisrael Beiteinu Party, said in statements carried by Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.

His comments came amid reports of differences between Netanyahu and War Cabinet Minister Benny Gantz over the latter’s visit to Washington for talks with US officials.

A source close to Netanyahu said Gantz’s trip was organized without the prime minister’s approval and contrary to government regulations that require “every minister to clear travel in advance with the prime minister, including approval of the travel plan.”

“I expect Gantz and his National Unity Party will declare the death of this government, and that we need to turn back to the voters,” said Lieberman, who previously served in the foreign affairs and finance ministries

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Israel said to boycott Cairo ceasefire talks over hostage list
Israel boycotted Gaza ceasefire talks in Cairo on Sunday after Hamas rejected its demand for a complete list naming hostages that are still alive, according to reports.

A Hamas delegation arrived in Cairo for the talks, billed as a possible final hurdle before an agreement that would halt the fighting for six weeks and allow for the release of additional hostages out of the remaining 134 captives in Gaza.

By the evening there was no sign of a delegation from Israel, which had said that it would only send officials to the talks if it received a list of the captives to be freed and a second list of security prisoners and terrorists held in its jails, which Hamas would want to see freed in exchange.

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