Support for Israel is declining

Support for Israel is declining

As Israel’s attacks on Gaza enter their second month, public reactions continue unabated. Conflicts are expected to continue for longer because Israel places importance on international support for continued attacks and its army is unable to achieve the objectives it has set.

With the start of fighting on October 7, Israel used the first day’s images of Israeli cities surrounding the Gaza Strip for the international public and received support from the West, especially the United States.

However, when images of destruction and massacre began to emerge in the Gaza Strip, international public attention turned to the Palestinians. In this context, the capitals of America, Europe and Arab countries began to witness demonstrations of solidarity with the Palestinians.

In addition to African countries such as the Republic of South Africa, Tunisia and Yemen, thousands of people flocked to Paris, the capital of France, despite the cold, European countries such as Geneva, Switzerland and London, the capital of England. and the Gaza Strip of the US and Israel. Israeli Jews held demonstrations around the world, including in Tel Aviv, demanding an end to their attacks on Israel and a ceasefire.


Israeli TV Channel 12 reported: “A month later, we are faced with a new reality. “The images that stand out in the international media are not images of massacres in Jewish settlements, but images of death and destruction in Gaza.”

The news stated that Israel’s “self-defense story” did not fulfill its duty to provide sufficient space for the army’s activities, and emphasized that Palestinian stories and photographs influenced global public opinion.

In addition to broadcasting the scenes of death and destruction in Gaza, the United Nations and international organizations are calling for a ceasefire, in response to the blockade of medical supplies, food, fuel and electricity from entering the Gaza Strip.

Israel is not satisfied with the attitudes of these organizations, which enjoy a high reputation among the people of the world.

It was noted on Channel 12 news that Israel has so far been unable to create the breathing room it desired, and this could create difficulties in achieving the goals it has set.

The news noted that if Israel rushes to achieve its goals, the possibility of making mistakes will increase.

It was stated that this point, reached a month after the start of the conflict, was of vital importance to the continuation of the conflict, and that Israel entered this war without any plan for the future.


Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has actively appeared on local television channels since November 4 to drum up support for the continuation of the war.

In his statement on social media platform

With this visit, Bennett stated that his goal is “to help strengthen the Israeli government’s position before the public, the US Congress and the administration to give army commanders full freedom of action to eliminate Hamas.”

Bennett noted that global public opinion is no longer in Israel’s interest and noted that pro-Palestinian content is 15 times more than pro-Israeli content on the TikTok platform.

In addition to official spokespersons, the Israeli military also assigned many military officers to speak on foreign media to defend its attacks.

Furthermore, it is worth noting that dozens of Israeli journalists mobilized to spread the “Israel narrative” through social media platforms.


After Jewish groups in the United States played a leading role in demonstrations against the attacks on Gaza in New York, Washington, San Francisco and other states, Jews around the world participated in demonstrations in support of a ceasefire in Gaza and the end of the war, including Israel. She shocked Israelis, including journalists.

Israeli writer Attila Somfalvi wrote in the newspaper Yediot Ahronot: “Who are the Jews who turned their backs on Israel?” In his article published under the title he states that the community that hates Israel has come to light.

In his article, Somfalvi argued that “the most surprising of them are the Jews who participated in the smear campaign against their nation, which was brutally attacked.”

Noting that an alarming number of Jews participated in the campaign against the attack on Gaza, Somfalvi said: “The apparent ignorance of history that emerges is painful and forces us Jews to think about how and why this unfortunate situation occurred. ”. he said.


United Nations (UN) Deputy Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Martin Griffiths made a written statement on the situation in Gaza, which is under Israeli blockade and intense attacks.

Emphasizing that hospitals in Gaza were attacked, premature babies died and people were deprived of the basic needs to survive, Griffiths said: “The carnage in Gaza is reaching a new level of horror every day, and the world is watching.” shocked. “This cannot be allowed to continue.” she made the assessment of it.

Calling on the parties to respect international humanitarian law, Griffiths stressed that the humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza must be accepted and hostilities stopped. While Griffiths said they have prepared a plan to stop what is happening in Gaza and called on the international community to support it, he said aid organizations must ensure a constant flow of aid convoys and make it easier for this to happen. safe way.

Calling for the opening of additional crossing points for commercial and aid trucks, including the Kerem Shalom border gate, Griffiths said: “Allow the UN, other humanitarian organizations and public and private sector organizations to access enough fuel to provide essential aid and services. “Allow humanitarian organizations to deliver aid to all parts of Gaza without obstacles or interference.” he said.

Griffiths called for increasing the number of safe shelters for displaced people in schools and other public facilities across Gaza to allow them to remain “safe zones” throughout the conflict.

Griffiths also emphasized the need to develop a “humanitarian reporting mechanism” that helps protect civilians and civilian infrastructure from conflict and facilitate access to humanitarian aid, adding:

“Civilians must be allowed to reach safer areas and voluntarily return to their homes. The current humanitarian appeal of $1.2 billion (for Gaza and the West Bank) needs to be funded. A humanitarian ceasefire must be implemented to allow the resumption of essential services and the resumption of essential trade. “This ceasefire is also vital to facilitate the distribution of aid, allow the release of hostages and provide comfort to civilians.”

Griffiths noted that they need international support to implement this plan that they have determined to stop the slaughter in Gaza and said: “The world must take action before it is too late.” he stated.


Israeli media shared images of the moments when the parliament building exploded and was destroyed.

The video shows that the parliament building collapsed with a huge explosion and dense clouds of dust rose into the air.

The Israeli military has not yet commented on the explosion at the Parliament building.

Israeli forces, continuing their attacks on the Gaza Strip, were reported to have occupied the parliament building in the region.


While Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, launched a comprehensive attack on the morning of October 7, claiming to “respond to Israel’s continued violations against the Palestinians and their sacred values, especially the Masjid al-Aqsa”, the Israeli army also launched intense airstrikes against the Gaza Strip. The bombing began.

It was announced that 1,200 Israelis, including more than 310 soldiers, were killed and 5,132 people were injured in the attacks in Israel on October 7.

48 Israeli soldiers were killed in clashes inside the Gaza Strip.

According to Israel, there are 239 Israeli prisoners held by the Qassam Brigades.

According to the Gaza government, 11,320 people, including 4,650 children and 3,145 women, have been killed in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7.

197 Palestinians have lost their lives in attacks by Israeli forces and Jewish settlers in the West Bank and Jerusalem since October 7.

The Israeli army attacked the campuses or main buildings of dozens of Gaza hospitals, where tens of thousands of wounded and civilians took refuge, to force their evacuation. Hundreds of people were killed and injured in the attacks.

74 Hezbollah members and 6 Israeli soldiers have been killed in clashes between the Israeli army and Hezbollah on the border since October 8. (AA)

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