Netanyahu govt. making lives of Israelis miserable: Israeli media
The Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth blames the current Israeli occupation government for the chaos, saying it is its "work plan".
Israeli media reported on Thursday that Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government is making the lives of settlers miserable, focusing on provocations, firing accusations, and playing the victim's role.
The Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth considered that "chaos is the work plan" of the current Israeli occupation government, recounting a series of events that took place in the past days, such as the killing of four illegal Israeli settlers in a shooting operation near the "Eli" settlement in the occupied West Bank, as well as confrontations between Israeli occupation forces and residents of the occupied Syrian Golan.
The newspaper also pointed out that Hezbollah has set up points inside "Israel", but the occupation army is still waiting for a political solution.
The report suggested that the latest events indicate that the current Israeli government is unworthy of governing "Israel".
It indicated that the difference between the current government and those that came before it is the attitude, whereby instead of dealing seriously with the acute problems it has developed, it is mainly busy trolling its settlers.
"The big picture is necessary - and when you look at it, it is clear that in each and every section the government scores a resounding failure," Yedioth Ahronoth highlighted.
"On the other hand, when you look at the behavior of the coalition members, you can only rub your eyes and wonder how we have deteriorated into such a far-fetched reality," it added.
The newspaper said Israeli occupation Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir who was keen to reach every operation scene during the former government's era, in order to scream in front of the cameras and search for confrontations, remained exactly the same even when the responsibility is on his shift.
In a related context, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz described the "Eli" operation as being a tragic reminder of the grave danger that Israelis who choose to settle in occupied territory are subjected to.
"The government's efforts will not change the difficult and dangerous reality, in which there is daily friction between the army forces and the Israelis and the Palestinians aspiring for liberation," Haaretz wrote.
According to Israeli media, 28 Israelis were killed until mid-2023, while 32 were killed last year.