Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: The online newspaper Rai Al-Youm examined the collapse of the Zionist regime's coalition led by Naftali Bennett and highlighted the Palestinian resistance and anti-Zionist operations by Palestinian militants in the occupied West Bank, especially inside the 1948 occupied territories. He knew the fall of Bennett's cabinet.
Al-Youm added that the fall of Naftali Bennett's coalition government exposed Israel's weakness, which it has always praised for the strength and stability of its internal front.
Al-Youm also wrote: "Israel is politically paralyzed and historically confused, and the elections have lost their function." A bomb called Naftali Bennett exposed the controversy over the mullah and the occupying regime. There is a big surprise leg named Netanyahu and dangerous scenarios await, and now the question is why the cabinet fail did and who holds the key to salvation?
Nader al-Safadi wrote in a special analysis of Gaza in the Al-Youm vote that Israel had not been so confused and politically paralyzed for a long time, and the biggest reason was the birth of weak cabinets that have no decision-making power and cannot keep up with internal and external developments. In most cases, holding early elections is the way to escape.
Although the momentary collapse of the coalition from within Israel was a predictable issue, what happened yesterday was the explicit dissolution of the Knesset and the holding of early elections, opening the door to real challenges for the occupiers and the ongoing conflict. It opened up between the parties and the internal forces and the weakness of Israel, which always maneuvered on the strength and stability of its internal front; Revealed.
Occupying regime Prime Minister Naftali Bennett dropped a heavy bomb on Monday night, announcing his intention to call for the dissolution of the Knesset and for elections.
Israel Radio reported that Naftali Bennett justified his decision to paralyze the cabinet due to a lack of a parliamentary majority and the coalition's inability to pass laws, most notably the "West Bank" law.
Bennett, meanwhile, has said he intends to vacate the post of prime minister in favor of his deputy, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, until the election. The decision led to the dissolution of a coalition of eight heterogeneous parties that lasted only one year.
The dissolution of the Knesset will lead to early elections, and elections are expected to take place next October, but such a move would require 61 members of the 120-member Knesset to vote.