Palestinian authorities have expressed concern over the expected success of former Prime Minister Netanyahu and the right-wing coalition in the Israeli elections.
The Palestinian organization Hamas expressed fear of increasing tension due to the expected success of former Prime Minister Netanyahu and the right-wing coalition.
Hamas said that a right-wing coalition government in Israel would mean Palestinians would face more Zionist terrorism.
On the other hand, Hossein Talib, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, says that Netanyahu’s return to power will be a new challenge for the United States, which will weaken the government of the Democrats in the United States.
It should be noted that after the political instability in Israel, voting for the general elections took place on Tuesday. Elections have been held in Israel for the fifth time in less than four years.
In order to form a government, any party must win a majority of 61 seats in the Israeli parliament.
An eight-party coalition in Israel last year ended Netanyahu’s 12-year rule, but the political instability of the coalition parties has led to new elections in Israel.