Netanyahu after the war: Less popular, but still unchallenged
As Haaretz's latest poll showed, the prime minister's ratings took a hit now that the ash and dust have settled. But for now, even those who would like to replace him will remain his cabinet colleagues.
The words were words of victory, security, hardheaded realism. The body language bespoke weariness, exhaustion, lassitude. Bags under the eyes and a near closing of the eyelids on live television. That was what the chieftains of the war looked like in the press conference they held on Wednesday evening, a little over 24 hours after the cease-fire came into effect.
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