Benjamin Netanyahu was born in Tel Aviv on October 21, 1949. He was the second son of Benton Netanyahu, a Zionist historian and one of the masterminds behind the “Reform Movement,” which was founded by Ze’ev Jabotinsky.
Prior to the establishment of Israel, Jabotinsky was responsible for the formation of the terrorist organizations Lehi and Irgun, the worst of which was the massacring of thousands of Palestinian civilians in the Deir Yassin village in April 1949.
After the foundation of the Zionist regime, members of Jabotinsky’s colleagues formed the “Hirut” (Freedom) political organization, which subsequently became the Likud Party under Netanyahu’s present leadership.
Netanyahu’s track record demonstrates that he gained a substantial influence from his father’s political thoughts.
Netanyahu’s participation in the Zionist regime’s military arena might be considered the start of his membership in the Zionist regime’s army.
Benjamin Netanyahu became a member of the Siirt Metcal, the Israeli army’s most distinguished commando squad, which was founded by his elder brother, Jonathan, who was killed in 1976 during an operation to rescue a kidnapped Israeli aircraft.
Netanyahu moved to the United States after finishing his military duty to continue his academic career and find a job.
In 1984, he was selected as the UN Ambassador for the Zionist regime, which marked the start of his political profession.
After leaving the United Nations in 1988, Netanyahu officially joined the Likud party.
Only months after Yitzhak Robin’s assassination, Netanyahu secured an unexpected victory over the leftist Labor Party’s leader, Shimon Peres, in the summer election of 1996. The decision by Netanyahu’s government to dig a tunnel beneath the Al-Aqsa Mosque sparked a Palestinian uprising, resulting in the deaths of scores of Palestinians and the injuries of hundreds more.
On December 25, 1997, on Netanyahu’s orders, Mossad agents in Jordan attempted but failed to assassinate Khaled Mashaal, the former Chairman of the Hamas Political Bureau.
Following Hamas’ astonishing victory in 2009 and the inauguration of Netanyahu’s second term in office, Netanyahu acquired an infamous reputation for tightening the blockade on Gaza, a time during which three wars were waged against Gaza, military campaigns which indiscriminately targeted civilians and destroyed Gaza’s infrastructure, like schools, refugee camps, and hospitals.
During his prime ministership, the first war against Gazans took place in 2012, murdering 175 Palestinians and injuring tens of thousands; the second war broke out in 2014, killing 2139 Palestinians and injuring over 11,000 civilians; and the third war broke out in 2015, killing 2139 Palestinians and injuring over 11,000.
Netanyahu has already initiated a fourth attack on the Gazan people, even though his present term is coming to an end.
In the recent Gaza conflict, 253 Palestinians were killed and hundreds more were wounded.
Netanyahu’s dark history includes acts of embezzlement, nepotism, deception, bribery, and fraud, as well as atrocities against the oppressed Palestinian nation, all of which contributed to his ousting from power.