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Israeli PM Scraps War Cabinet Following Key Departures

ISRAEL – Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved his 6-member war cabinet after opposition leader Benny Gantz and his ally Gadi Eisenkot resigned on June 9th.

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ISRAEL – Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved his 6-member war cabinet after opposition leader Benny Gantz and his ally Gadi Eisenkot resigned on June 9th.

Gantz cited Netanyahu’s leadership issues as the reason for his departure.

Israeli media reports that sensitive decisions about the war with Hamas in Gaza will now be handled by a smaller forum.

Netanyahu’s move is being seen as a way to avoid conflict with far-right ministers demanding inclusion.

The IDF spokesperson assured that the change wouldn’t affect military operations. The Israeli military continues its campaign in Gaza, which began after an October 7 attack by Hamas, causing significant casualties on both sides.

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