Netanyahu's crusade against Al Jazeera in Jerusalem

A majority of Israelis have expressed their dissatisfaction with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's handling of security measures at Al-Aqsa Mosque, despite the support of the Council of Ministers for the decision. Gen. Yoav Mordechai. He was invited to the network's studios after the July 21 terrorist attack in the West Bank settlement of Halamish, in which three members of the Salomon family were assassinated.

According to a recent poll conducted by the Israeli Channel 2 - whose results were published by the Jerusalem Post - 77 per cent of respondents said that Netanyahu "gave in to pressure" to remove the metal detection barriers placed at the entrances to Al-Aqsa Mosque. You need the judges to rule unanimously on it, but if you want to know the government's position and my position as prime minister - in a case like this, of a base murderer like this - he should be executed. He said that the network granted airtime to Israel's official representatives for professional, journalistic reasons, but also to provide Israel with a platform to relay the message that it is not planning to change the status quo on the Temple Mount. Avichai Edri. A representative of the network in Ramallah, the West Bank, who spoke to Al-Monitor on condition of anonymity, said that the requests by Israeli representatives to appear on air throughout the crisis sounded to him like distress signals.

Al Jazeera said Israel was aligning itself with four Arab states that have severed diplomatic and commercial ties with Qatar and have demanded the closure of the television network.

Clashes erupted between Israeli police and Palestinians as thousands of worshippers entered the compound on Thursday for the first time in two weeks. "If this is not possible because of legal interpretation, I am going to seek to have the necessary legislation adopted to expel Al Jazeera from Israel". In 2014, after the rise and removal from power of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's military government declared war on its broadcasts. More generally, he said that negative coverage of Israel by the network is marginal. "It would be impossible to find a suitable alternative".

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