Opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu said Tuesday morning that "in light of the management of the IDF in the war, I doubt whether the political and defense elite will be able to subdue the enemy in another war."
Speaking in an interview with Israel Radio, Netanyahu criticized the cease-fire agreement that went into effect last week, claiming that "buying two days of quiet at the expense of two years of rockets and terror is an illusion that's costing us... Therefore, we must conduct [our] diplomacy differently."
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