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Will Biden’s Netanyahu policy backfire?

“Jerusalem Minute” with Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten, Ep. 11

In another slight to the Netanyahu government, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has labeled the Israeli prime minister an obstacle to peace and pushed for elections in the Jewish state. In addition, more sanctions have been put on so-called “violent settlers.” Will the pressure force the Israeli government to collapse, will it give in to international demands, or will opposition only strengthen Benjamin Netanyahu?

JNS CEO and Jerusalem bureau chief Alex Traiman and Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten discuss these developments and other major stories, including a new poll indicating that Israelis see no hope for a peaceful solution with the Palestinians; Netanyahu vowing to launch an operation in Rafah; and news analysis proving the casualty numbers for Gaza are fake.

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