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Netanyahu challenges call for eviction ‘The Fraud of the Century’



Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel came out against an alliance that had assembled to repel him, calling it the “fraud of the century.”

in a televised speech with the Israelis on Sunday night The defiant leader made it clear that he would not fall without a fight.

“This is not unity. treatment or democracy This is an opportunistic government. government of surrender government of fraud government of inertia This kind of government must not be established,” the Israeli leader said of a unity agreement between the opposition factions that will oust him after 12 years in power.

on monday morning Top negotiators of the major parties involved have struggled in discussions about power sharing. According to the Jerusalem Post

Pedestrians walk past an area destroyed in air raids before a ceasefire halts the 11-day war between the Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip and Israel on Thursday, May 27, 2021 in Gaza.
Pedestrians walk past an area destroyed in air raids before a ceasefire halts the 11-day conflict between the Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip and Israel on Thursday, May 27, 2021 in the city of Gaza.
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A man looks out of his destroyed home just a week after a ceasefire in the 11-day war between the Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip and Israel.
A man looks out of his destroyed home a week after a ceasefire between the Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip and Israel.
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Israeli right-wing activists sing the slogans and hold banners during protests against the possibility of forming a new government in Tel Aviv.  Israel on May 30, 2021
Israeli right-wing activists sing the slogans and hold banners during protests against the possibility of forming a new government in Tel Aviv. Israel on May 30, 2021
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However, the coalition appears to be the biggest challenge in Netanyahu’s grip on power as prime minister.

The coalition came together after bipartisan talks were held after Israel was attacked by Hamas militants who launched rockets from the Gaza Strip this month. Forcing people to flee as air raid sirens rang through the cities of Israel.

Hamas claimed the attack was in response to clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian worshipers at Al-Aqsa Mosque in late Ramadan.

Yemina Party Leader Naftali Bennett makes a political statement in the Knesset (Israel Parliament) in Jerusalem.  Israel on May 30, 2021.
Yemina Party Leader Naftali Bennett makes a political statement in the Knesset (Israel Parliament) in Jerusalem. Israel on May 30, 2021.
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Hamas, a fundamentalist Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Occupied Gaza in the 2007 Palestinian Civil War with the less powerful leader of the Palestinian Authority.

Israel’s Iron Dome defense system intercepts multiple rockets. with a line of interceptor missiles lit up in the sky

The outbreak of violence is the worst fighting between Israel and terror groups since the 2014 war.

Jair Lapid, Opposition Leader and Chairman of Israel's Yeshide Party, speaks during a weekly meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem on May 24, 2021.
Jair Lapid, Opposition Leader and Chairman of Israel’s Yeshide Party, speaks during a weekly meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem on May 24, 2021.
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There was a brokerage ceasefire before the end of last week and will be held a week later on Monday.


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