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After Overseeing Gaza Campaign in Exceptional Harmony, Lapid and Gantz Now Head for Next War

Prime Minister Lapid and Defense Minister Gantz managed the military operation without tension, and didn't gave right-wing voters a reason to be wary of the current government. Don't be surprised if they now fight over credit

Yossi Verter
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On Sunday evening, the curtain came down on Operation Breaking Dawn in the Gaza Strip, as an Egyptian brokered cease-fire went into effect. The most powerful and sophisticated military in the Middle East succeeded in defeating a middling terrorist organization with a few thousand armed fighters, without being dragged into weeks of mutual attrition.

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