The former director of the Israeli Mossad talks about the killing of civilians in Gaza The Israeli war on Gaza

In this week’s episode, Marc Lamont Hill challenges former Mossad director Ephraim Halevy about Israel’s war on Gaza.

As the Israeli war on Gaza entered its fifth month, more than 27,500 people were killed, and 85% of the total population was internally displaced. The war also raised regional tensions and threatened stability throughout the Middle East.

Efforts to stop the war have been in vain, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently rejected a truce offer, saying there will be no end to the war until Israel wins.

So when will the attacks and killings stop? What is the long-term strategy of the Netanyahu government?

This week on sincereMarc Lamont Hill challenges Ephraim Halevy, former director of Mossad, Israel’s national intelligence agency.

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