At a faction meeting, Yair Golan, head of the HaDemocratia party, criticized Israel's current war efforts, claiming they lack strategy and clear objectives.

"The most successful wars in Israel's history were those that ended swiftly. Now, we're engaged in a prolonged conflict without a clear strategy or defined goals," Golan stated.

He expressed concern that northern Israel has been left vulnerable: "It was simply not feasible to evacuate all settlements and towns along the border," he emphasized.

Golan also criticized Israeli political leadership, accusing them of jeopardizing national interests. "A true patriotic leadership would resist U.S. pressure and prioritize placing IDF soldiers, not civilians, on the front lines," he added."