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Netanyahu's first statement after the scandal! Pentagon earthquake in the US: They didn't even inform Biden

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Breaking news continues to come from Gaza under the Israeli blockade… The first statement came from Netanyahu after the scandal in Israel, where ministers almost got into each other. While the world continues to talk about this scandal, a political earthquake took place in the US, which has provided almost unlimited support to Israel since the beginning of the war. While the Pentagon chief took the blame by saying ‘I am responsible’, the US press wrote that Biden was not aware of what happened for days.

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US warns Israel against failure in war against Hezbollah

Citing an assessment by the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Washington Post reported that Biden administration officials “privately” warned Israeli leaders not to engage in direct conflict with Hezbollah.

According to US officials, Israel will probably fail to win the war against Hezbollah in Lebanon because of its occupation of Gaza.

“US officials worry that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu may see a broader struggle in Lebanon as the key to his political survival despite domestic criticism,” the report said.

Revolutionary Guards chief says Aruri’s comrades will be a ‘nightmare’ for Israel

Esmail Qaani, the head of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of Iran, wrote a letter to Hamas politburo chief Ismail Haniyeh about the murder of Hamas official Saleh al-Arouri. In the letter, published by Iranian media, Qaani said, “The world will witness how Martyr Aruri’s brothers will become a nightmare for the Zionist regime that kills children,” referring to Israel.

Israel releases latest photo of ‘Ghost’

Deif, nicknamed ‘The Phantom’, the man behind Operation Aqsa Flood, is also at the top of Israel’s death list. The last photo of Deif, whom Israel has been unable to catch for years, was shared with the public by the IDF. The IDF spokesperson said that the image was among the 70 million digital files recovered by the army in Gaza. Israeli media reported that the photo was the most recent Deif photo, but there was no information on when or where it was taken.

Palestinian Health Ministry says six killed in airstrike in Jenin
The Palestinian Ministry of Health in the West Bank reported that six Palestinians were killed in an airstrike in Jenin.

Netanyahu calls for political unity after political turmoil in cabinet

Israel has been talking about the fight in the cabinet since Friday. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who broke his silence after the scandal in the meeting where the ministers almost tangled with each other, called for political unity.

In a video message in which he vowed to destroy Hamas, Netanyahu said, “We must put everything aside and continue with united forces until absolute victory is achieved.

While Netanyahu did not include the statement in his statement, Israeli media pointed out that the call for unity was made to mitigate the effects of the scandal.


Pentagon earthquake in the US: They didn’t inform Biden for days
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has admitted it was a mistake to keep his hospitalization a secret for days and announced that he takes responsibility. The Pentagon chief was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday, where he remained for days due to undisclosed medical complications.

Officials said Austin remains hospitalized but has resumed all his duties. The Wall Street Journal, one of the leading newspapers in the US, wrote that US President Biden was not informed during this process. In its article titled ‘Biden Did Not Learn For Days That Pentagon Chief Was In Hospital’, WSJ made the following statements;

‘Administration officials said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin remained in the intensive care unit after entering a military hospital on New Year’s Day, but President Biden was not informed that he would be hospitalized for days.’

As secretary of defense, Austin is second only to President Biden in the chain of command responsible for making decisions for the military.


Blinken and Borrell call for diplomatic solution to Israel-Hezbollah conflict
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for a diplomatic solution to the conflict with Hezbollah and said evacuated Israelis should be able to return to their homes on the country’s northern border.

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, who is visiting Lebanon, called for a diplomatic solution, including the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which set the terms of the ceasefire that ended the Second Lebanon War.


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