Lapid slams Israeli policy in Gaza: 'Surrender, Cowardice, Shame'

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz called on the Netanyahu administration to “do what it needs to do.”

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May 6, 2019 15:38
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yair Lapid

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yair Lapid. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

 
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Blue and White top politician Yair Lapid slammed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday saying his policy regarding Hamas can be summed up by the words “surrender, cowardice, shame.”

“Netanyahu will not do anything in Gaza,” Lapid said, “for ten years he served as Prime Minister, he won’t solve this issue.”

Netanyahu did not address the issue of what Israel agreed to in order to reach the recent cease fire with Hamas, reached at roughly four thirty  a.m. on Monday.

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz called on the Netanyahu administration to “do what it needs to do” and called on Netanyahu to “initiate diplomatic moves, or pull in regional powers and international bodies and not to act with diplomatic laziness.”

Gantz also called on Netanyahu to “ensure the next round [of violence] will be as far ahead as possible and possible to prevent it entirely.”

 

 

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