New Poll: 80% of Israelis Blame Netanyahu for Failure to Prevent Al-Aqsa Flood Operation

Thousands of Palestinians have been killed as Israel continues to bomb besieged Gaza. (Photo: The Palestine Chronicle)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

The vast majority of Israelis blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the country’s failure to prevent the attack by the Palestinian resistance group Hamas on October 7, according to a recent survey.

A poll conducted by the Lazar Institute on October 18-19, and commissioned by the Israeli newspaper Maariv, revealed that 80 percent of Israelis believe that Netanyahu should take responsibility for the attack. 

Only 8% of those polled did not hold the Israeli prime minister responsible. 

On October 7, Hamas launched the Al-Aqsa Flood operation, a surprise attack that included rocket launches and infiltrations into Israel, by land, sea, and air. 

The Israeli army launched a military aggression on the Gaza Strip, which killed 4,137 Palestinians and injured over 13,000 more.

(The Palestine Chronicle)

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