The Prime Minister was criticized internally by the government for lacking effective strategies

Israeli media reports that several senior Israeli officials and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu have disagreements over strategic planning, believing that the Israeli military is making futile efforts in the absence of effective strategies.

Israel recently stated that due to the redeployment of Hamas militants in the northern Gaza Strip, the Israeli military is once again conducting military operations in the northern Gaza Strip. Israeli media reports that several senior Israeli officials and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu have disagreements over strategic planning, believing that the Israeli military is making futile efforts in the absence of effective strategies.

After the outbreak of the current Israeli Palestinian conflict, the Israeli military carried out military operations from north to south in the Gaza Strip. Recently, the Israeli military claimed that due to Hamas rebuilding its military capabilities in areas such as Jebaliya in the northern Gaza Strip, the Israeli military has once again launched military operations in these areas. This is not the first time Israeli troops have returned to the northern Gaza Strip to fight in this round of conflict.

On May 12th local time, the Israel Times reported that at a recent meeting of the Israeli Security Cabinet, the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces, Hahlavi, criticized Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. Harlevi stated that Netanyahu “failed to develop and announce a strategy for managing the Gaza Strip after the war”, and due to the lack of relevant plans, the Israeli military is carrying out endless and futile operations. In addition, several senior Israeli military officials who did not disclose their identities also urged Netanyahu to make a decision and come up with relevant strategies; Israeli cabinet members also warned Netanyahu that Israel’s lack of decision-making in the past few weeks is “risking its life.”.

According to a report by The Israel Times, Israeli Defense Minister Galant and Director of Israel’s National Security Agency (Sinbet), Baal, also had disagreements with Netanyahu over strategic planning issues.

According to Israeli media analysis, in recent days, Netanyahu has been criticized for refusing to develop a post conflict management plan for the Gaza Strip. Due to concerns about his political career, Netanyahu did not engage in substantive cabinet discussions on this matter.

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