Israeli army issues critical warning to Netanyahu
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's call for reservists to serve in the army with the new judicial regulation caused a crisis in Israel. Tens of thousands of reservists, announcing that he would refuse to serve in the army if the arrangement was approved, warned Netanyahu that "the army would be disintegrated".
'I fear a civil war will break out in Israel'
As Israel prepares to pass the controversial judicial regulation, tens of thousands of Israelis took to the streets, describing it as "interfering with the independence of the judiciary". While protests against the judicial reform continued across the country, former Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said about the demonstrations, "I fear a civil war will break out here (Israel)".
Herzog condemns Jewish settlers' attack
President Isaac Herzog condemned the attack by Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank city of Nablus. Israeli President Herzog condemned the attack, saying, "This is not our way."