Hebrew reports suggest that the resignations in the Israeli army will be ruined Hebrew reports suggest that the resignations in the Israeli army will be ruined

Hebrew reports suggest that the resignations in the Israeli army will be ruined

Hebrew reports suggest that the resignations in the Israeli army will be ruined

Hebrew media expected that the resignation of the head of the Military Intelligence Division would lead to a series of resignations in the leadership of the Israeli army during the coming period or after the results of the investigations are released on October 7.

The media suggested that among the leaders expected to submit their resignation after Major General Aharon Haliva are Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi and his deputy Amir Baram, along with Gaza Division Commander Avi Rosenfeld and Southern District Commander Yaron Finkelman, even though he was in his position for only two months before last October 7. .

It is also likely that his predecessor, Eliezer Toledano, will also submit his resignation, as well as the Commander of the Operations Division, Shlomi Binder, who is expected to submit his resignation due to the criticism directed at him regarding the transfer of battalions from the Gaza Division Command to the West Bank on the eve of October 7.

In addition, Israeli media expected that Haleva's resignation would lead to many resignations within the Military Intelligence Division, known by its abbreviation in Hebrew as "Aman", during the coming weeks or after the issuance of internal investigations in the army, expected during next summer. 

The Commander of the Central Region of the Israeli Army, Major General Yehuda Fuchs, announced yesterday, Monday, his intention to resign from his position next August, making his expected resignation the second of its kind within hours for a senior commander in the Israeli Army.

The Kan channel, affiliated with the official Israeli Broadcasting Authority, reported that Fox informed Chief of Staff Major General Herzi Halevi of his decision to resign, and added that Fox's expected resignation comes only 3 years after he assumed his duties, without explaining the reason for it.

Israeli Army Radio said that Haleva “decided to resign from his position, due to his failure to predict the October 7 attack.” This is the first official resignation of a senior commander in Israel, while demands continue in the Israeli street to hold military and political officials accountable for the failure to detect and deal with the attack. "Al-Aqsa Flood."

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