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    Israel demands U.S. wage war against Iran to install new government: “It’s time for the U.S. and its allies to bring down the Iranian regime”

    01/05/2024 // Ethan Huff // 1.3K Views

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    It is not enough for the United States to simply send cash and weapons to Israel so it can wage war on Gaza. Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett believes that the U.S. also has a responsibility to wage war on Iran in order to impose regime change on behalf of Israel.
    In an op-ed he wrote for the Wall Street Journal, Bennett attempted to make the case that America has a duty to fight Israel's war with Iran in order to "bring down" their "regime."
    "The Iranian regime is at the center of most of the Middle East's problems and much of global terror," Bennett wrote. "Yet inexplicably, almost nobody is touching it."
    "For the past 45 years, the regime has been the source of endless war, terror and suffering throughout the world. I've come to realize that enough is enough. The evil empire of Iran must be brought down."
    According to Bennett, Iran is behind the many attacks that Israel says occur along its borders on a regular basis. Iran's "proxies," as Bennett calls them, are operating "in such places as Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Gaza and Yemen."
    "Its brutal Quds unit exported terror around the globe," Bennett further wrote about Iran. "Iran's terrorist proxies have waged war on every moderate element in the Middle East."
    "They've attacked the Saudi oil company Aramco, the United Arab Emirates, the Kurds and Israel on many occasions. The most amazing part: Iran has largely gotten away with it."
    (Related: Turkey and Israel are back at it with both nations' presidents accusing the other of crimes against humanity.)

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    Israel's national security hinges upon a weak Iran, Bennett says

    There are many examples in Bennett's op-ed about things America can do better in order to please Israel in this regard. These things include "empower[ing] domestic opposition," according to Bennett.
    Bennett also wants America to "ensure internet continuity during riots against the regime," as well as to "strengthen [Iran's] enemies" while "increase[ing] sanctions and economic pressure."
    Israel, in Bennett's view, "can't and shouldn't do this alone." Instead, the U.S. needs to be "leading the effort," according to Bennett, in ensuring that Israel's goals are achieved, including the dismantling of the Iranian government.
    "This doesn't require a full-scale war, just as the demise of the Soviet Union didn't result from total war," Bennett stipulates. "Rather, the Soviet Union collapsed from internal rot coupled with external pressure applied by the U.S."
    In sum, Bennett says the U.S. must do what Israel is demanding by setting a clear goal of "bringing down Iran's evil regime." No matter what, Bennett believes that the U.S. has a responsibility to take down Iran on behalf of Israel, which he says is "vital for the safety and security of the Middle East – and the entire civilized world."
    It is important to remember that Israel has said this kind of thing before. Back in 2002, Benjamin Netanyahu lied to America about the need to invade Iraq, only to then leave U.S. troops on their own without sending a single Israeli troop into Saddam Hussein's regime to help with the battle:



    Benjamin Netanyahu on Iraq War 2002 (youtube.com)

    Israel also previously convinced the U.S. to assassinate Iranian General Qasem Soleimani by supplying intelligence to U.S. officials that painted Soleimani as an "immediate threat." Just like with the Iraq debacle, Israel then proceeded to fail in backing up the effort.
    "Our 'special relationship' with Israel is a completely one-sided endeavor that's isolating us from the entire world," writes Chris Menahan for Information Liberation.
    Interested in learning more about the Israel-Gaza conflict? Be sure to visit Chaos.news for more.
    Sources for this article include:
    InformationLiberation.com
    WSJ.com
    NaturalNews.com

    Israel demands U.S. wage war against Iran to install new government: “It’s time for the U.S. and its allies to bring down the Iranian regime” – NaturalNews.com
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    Only 15% of Israelis want Netanyahu to remain prime minister after the war

    01/04/2024 // Arsenio Toledo // 1.3K Views


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    A new poll has found that only 15 percent of Israelis want Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to remain in office once the ongoing conflict with Hamas and other Palestinian militants in Gaza ends.
    The poll was conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute, a Jerusalem-based research organization.
    Netanyahu's political rival and current partner in the temporary unity war cabinet, the more centrist Benny Gantz, garnered support from 23 percent of interviewees. Around 30 percent did not name a preferred prime minister.
    The poll was conducted among 746 respondents between Dec. 25 to 28, with a confidence level of 95 percent. A previous poll by the institute earlier in December indicates that 69 percent of Israelis want an election following the conclusion of the conflict. (Related: Israeli experts do not believe Netanyahu can destroy Hamas and bring the hostages home.)
    The institute's polling is consistent with the results of the most recent opinion polls published in Israel. One survey, conducted by Channel 13 and released in December, noted that Netanyahu's extremist party, Likud, would only win 18 seats – down from its current 32 – in the Knesset. Gantz's National Unity party would become the largest in the Knesset with 37 seats, more than triple its current 12.
    Furthermore, Netanyahu's prewar extremist coalition would be able to muster just 44 seats in the Knesset compared to the 64 they won in the previous election in November 2022. At least 61 seats are needed to form a majority in the parliament. A presumed future coalition bloc made up of the main opposition parties would win 71 seats.
    Netanyahu may be intentionally prolonging the conflict

    Political analysts are strongly suggesting that Netanyahu is aware that his tenure as prime minister ends after the conflict. In a recent statement he even admitted that it would be months before Israel could declare victory in Gaza, with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) preparing for most of its forces to retreat from the Strip.
    This is part of the IDF's new strategy of waging a lengthy and low-intensity campaign focusing on eliminating remaining Hamas strongholds and "pockets of resistance" in Gaza. Israeli military officials expect this phase of the conflict to last for many months more.
    Analysts have pointed out that a prolonged conflict would give Netanyahu sufficient justification to delay calling for new elections. Under Israel's parliamentary system, lawmakers serve for four-year terms that can be cut short through early elections, which can be called if the prime minister wishes or if he loses the support of a majority of the Knesset. The latest the election can be held is Oct. 27, 2026.
    This gives Netanyahu nearly three years to improve his political standing, either during the war or right after. Even now, analysts say Netanyahu is using his position as Israel's wartime leader to test campaign slogans, try to appease his more moderate-leaning coalition partners and attempt to deny any responsibility for the calamity that befell the country on Oct. 7.
    "Every moment of his life, he is a politician," said Mazal Mualem, a biographer of Netanyahu, who noted that the prime minister's strategy is intended to buy time for him and to try to salvage his shrinking polling numbers. "Bibi always thinks he has a chance [to survive the next election]."
    Critics note that he has been using the war to appeal to his more extremist-leaning base of support and pitting his political rivals and opponents against each other.
    "It is no longer the good of the country Netanyahu is thinking about, but his own political and legal salvation," wrote military commentator Amos Harel. He and other commentators believe Netanyahu is interested in dragging out the war to regain public support through military achievements or in the hopes that time might work in his favor as the nation recovers.
    Netanyahu has already served longer than any other Israeli leader, having held on to the top spot for 17 years.
    More Israel-related stories can be found at IsraelCollapse.com.
    Watch this clip from "Borzzikman" reporting on how Israeli losses in Gaza are escalating as the IDF begin their retreat from Gaza.

    This video is from the channel The Prisoner on Brighteon.com.
    More related stories:

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    Turkey's Erdogan compares Israel's Netanyahu to Hitler: "He is richer than Hitler; he gets support from the West."
    Netanyahu looking for countries willing to absorb Palestinians displaced out of Gaza.
    Hundreds gather in Tel Aviv to protest against Netanyahu government following accidental killing of 3 Israeli hostages.
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    Sources include:
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    TimesOfIsrael.com 1
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    PBS.org
    Brighteon.com

    Only 15% of Israelis want Netanyahu to remain prime minister after the war – NaturalNews.com

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