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4 out of 10 Israelis support IDF TAKING CONTROL of post-war Gaza
By Richard Brown // Jun 06, 2024

Forty percent of Israelis support their army taking control of post-war Gaza, according to a new poll published by Israeli television channel i24NEWS.

The i24NEWS survey, released on June 1, was conducted between the end of March and early April involving 1,001 Israeli respondents, show that around 40 percent of Israelis are "advocating for Israel to assume control over Gaza following the ongoing conflict."

Additionally, the poll reveals "broad support for current military actions," with 39 percent of respondents deeming the Israeli army’s conduct in Gaza “appropriate,” and 34 percent believing the army has “not gone far enough.” (Related: Israel’s post-war plan for Gaza puts Israel, U.S. in charge of the very people they’re trying to exterminate.)

Only 19 percent of respondents said Israel’s actions in Gaza have been excessive and disproportionate. Moreover, 40 percent expressed confidence that Israel would achieve its goals in the Gaza Strip, while 27 percent said they were too optimistic.

The survey also indicates that 61 percent of participants are concerned about the potential for the conflict to escalate to other regions. When it comes to Gaza's governance post-war, only 14 percent of respondents think that the residents of Gaza should decide their future.

However, the poll highlights a stark contrast when it surveyed Israeli Arabs, with 74 percent believing that Israel's conduct in Gaza has been excessive, and only three percent in favor of Israel taking control of Gaza at the conclusion of the conflict.

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Netanyahu interested in occupying Gaza

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly insisted on Israel taking control of Gaza at the conclusion of the conflict.

In November, Netanyahu stated that Israel would need to establish security control over Gaza for an “indefinite” period once the war is over.

In late October, a Hebrew outlet leaked an intelligence document outlining a plan to re-occupy and ethnically cleanse Gaza, calling for the re-establishment of "Gush Katif," the Jewish settlement bloc in Gaza that existed before Israel's disengagement from Gaza in 2005.

Last April, Netanyahu’s pick for his next military secretary, Brig. Gen. Roman Gofman, recommended in a document that Israel should retain control over the Gaza Strip after defeating Hamas in the ongoing conflict.

Gofman wrote the document, which was distributed among key political and security decision-makers.

Although Gofman stated that the document reflected his personal opinion and was not coordinated with the Prime Minister’s Office, security officials suggested otherwise. The IDF clarified that the document represents Gofman's view alone and not the official position of the IDF.

Gofman was seriously wounded during clashes with Hamas near Sderot on October 7, the day Hamas launched a devastating cross-border attack that killed 1,200 people in Israel. Israel responded with a military campaign to destroy Hamas, topple its regime in Gaza, and free 253 hostages taken during the attack.

Israeli sentiment over the re-occupation of the Gaza Strip is in stark contrast with the proposals of the United States and other Western nations, which believe that a reformed Palestinian National Authority could take control over post-war Gaza under the joint supervision of Israel and Arab states. Netanyahu has rejected this, and only 12 percent of Israelis support it, according to polling.

Learn more about the conflict in Gaza at IsraelCollapse.com.

Watch this discussion with Michael Jaco and Ole Dammegard regarding how false narratives spun by Israeli Zionists led to the conflict in Gaza.

This video is from the TowardsTheLight channel on Brighteon.com.

More related stories:

SURVEY: Majority of Palestinians support Hamas retaining control of Gaza after the war.

Israel’s post-war plan for Gaza puts Israel, U.S. in charge of the very people they're trying to exterminate.

MUTINY: Israeli soldiers plan REVOLT if war on Gaza ends before "complete victory."

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