play videoplay video

Video duration 02 minutes 53 seconds 02:53

International newspapers and magazines focused their coverage of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip on several axes, some of which returned to the October 7 attack, and revealed the confusion of the Israeli army and its lack of emergency preparedness.

An investigation in the New York Times revealed new accounts of the October 7 attack, which also clearly indicated the confusion of the Israeli military and its lack of emergency preparedness.

The report said the IDF suffered from a lack of weapons and poor organization, to the extent that soldiers had to communicate via WhatsApp groups and rely on social media to gather the information they needed to cope with the situation.

The Israeli military lacked any plan to counter a large-scale offensive, according to former and current soldiers and officers.

In the British newspaper "The Guardian", Simon Tezdle writes that "a war without end suits Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and enables him to strengthen himself and his coalition," and explains that this war (war without end) that Netanyahu wants means his continuation in power, but in return it means killing countless people, and "if Netanyahu succeeds in achieving his goal, Gaza may be just the beginning."

The Economist magazine said that the war on the Gaza Strip deepened the divisions in the region and did not bring opportunities for settlement, explaining that it is too early to predict when the war will end, "which has so far failed to reshape the region as the wars of 1947, 1967 and 1973 did."

Foreign Policy magazine focused its analysis on explaining the repercussions of the Israeli war on Gaza on the Southeast Asian region.

Source : Al Jazeera