Analysis || Netanyahu trying to convince Israeli hawks he won the Gaza war
It takes great courage to stand in front of your voters when they are mad at you and don't understand you. They seemed to have thought Netanyahu was what he said he was, but they will most likely calm down by January 22.
The night after, Wednesday night to Thursday morning, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slept for eight hours. Over the seven nights of Operation Pillar of Defense, he made sure to sleep at least five hours a night, otherwise he didn't trust himself. "I need to drive," he said, using the Hebrew word that shares the same root as to "lead."