Netanyahu vows "soon return" and calls for preventing the establishment of a Palestinian state

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday that the voice of the opposition in his country would be strong and clear if he was ousted from power in a vote of confidence in the new government coalition.
Addressing the Knesset, Netanyahu said, “If we are destined to be in the opposition, we will do so with our heads held high until we bring down this bad government and return to leading the country in our own way.”

Netanyahu said that this government is weak and fragile and will not succeed in rejecting the nuclear agreement with Iran, and that it will not be able to say to the American administration “no.”

Netanyahu renewed his statements recently that Iran celebrates this weak government that it will not be able to confront, or even confront Hamas.

"Israel needs a strong prime minister who says no to America, and stands in the face of Iran," he said, noting that during his 15 years of rule he did so and prevented Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and carried out important attacks to prevent it from doing so.

During his speech, Netanyahu tried to compare his internal and external achievements at the level of public life with those achieved in Japan and Europe, and that he made Israel a “great country.”

And he touched on the services he provided to the Israelis, claiming that he provided more support to the Arabs inside, before he was only interrupted by Ayman Odeh, head of the Joint Arab List, who denied these allegations.

Netanyahu renewed his call for the necessity of preventing the establishment of a Palestinian state that threatens the existence of Israel, claiming that there are ministers in the new government who oppose construction in settlements and support the establishment of a Palestinian state.

Netanyahu referred to his successes in helping the previous US administration achieve peace agreements, as well as moving the US embassy to Jerusalem, and that administration's recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan.

The "Change Coalition", in which the church session began to vote for confidence, includes eight parties, each with its own ideology, and was formed on the basis of an agreement according to which, in the first two years, the far-right leader Naftali Bennett will take over as prime minister before handing the position to the leader of the centrist “There is a Future” party, Yair. Lapid, the architect of the new alliance.


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