Will the resignation of the Israeli military intelligence chief be a fulfillment of his responsibility? | TV program

Maj. Gen. Aharon Hariba admitted that he did not warn about the October 7 attack.

More than six months after Hamas attacked southern Israel, Israel’s military intelligence chief has resigned.

In his resignation letter, Maj. Gen. Aharon Hariba noted that with authority comes responsibility, and acknowledged that his military intelligence directorate had not warned him about the October 7 attack.

It came as public anger against the Israeli government and what it saw as military failures gained momentum.

What message does this send as the war in Gaza continues?

Presenter: Mohamed Jamjoom


Daniel Levy – President of the US/Middle East Project.

Anthony Loewenstein – Author, Palestine Institute

Gideon Levy – Haaretz Newspaper Columnist

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