Prime Minister Bennett expressed concern over the existence of Israel

Speech in support of long-standing Palestinian demands:

Prime Minister Bennett expressed concern over the existence of Israel


Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett himself has expressed concern about the future of Zionist Israel. Bennett's remarks came after Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi, an Arab lawmaker, resigned from the Israeli parliament in protest of Zionist Israel's violent crackdown on Palestinians.


In less than two months, the second member of parliament, Bennett-Lapid, resigned from the coalition government. Shimrit Meir resigned before Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi from Naftali Bennett led-coalition.


"Forming an emergency government was a difficult task but the future of the country is now in jeopardy," Naftali Bennett said in a statement on his official Twitter page. We have to maintain unity among the people because we have no other country. ” The remarks came a day after Gwaida Rinaoui, a member of parliament from the Bennett-led ruling coalition, resigned.


As a result of Joab's resignation, the fragile government led by Prime Minister Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid has lost its majority in the Knesset.


Meretz Party MP Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi

Meretz Party MP Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi cited attacks on the Al-Aqsa Mosque by Israeli forces, the forcible acquisition of Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank, and the demolition of Palestinian homes as reasons for his resignation. "I cannot support a coalition government that is humiliating the people of my society," she said.


Palestinian resistance fighters have long argued that the destruction of illegal Zionist Israel is inevitable. Recently, Hamas leader Khaled Mishal said that the countdown to the destruction of Israel has begun. This time the Prime Minister of Israel himself expressed concern about the future of his illegitimate state.


A rumour has been spread that Meretz Party MP Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi is returning to the Bennett Coalition.


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