Yariv Levin: Israelis not ready to be ‘humiliated’ by second Oslo process

Sam Sokol is the Times of Israel's political correspondent. He was previously a reporter for the Jerusalem Post, Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Haaretz. He is the author of "Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews"

Justice Minister Yariv Levin arrives at a Likud faction meeting in the Knesset, February 5, 2024. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
Justice Minister Yariv Levin arrives at a Likud faction meeting in the Knesset, February 5, 2024. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

“The people of Israel are not ready to be humiliated,” Justice Minister Yariv Levin declares in a statement castigating Defense Minister Yoav Gallant for insisting that Israel not exercise “civil or military governance of Gaza” after the war.

“The people of Israel are not ready to be led into a second Oslo process, which will lead Israel to another disaster,” he insists, referring to the early 1990s peace process that led to the establishment of the Palestinian Authority.

“The people of Israel will not agree to hand over Gaza to the control of the Palestinian Terrorist Authority. The people of Israel know that Israel’s security will only be achieved by determination to win, and not by relying on promises of peace from the vile terrorists and their various organizations.”

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