The opposition leader of Israel, Yair Lapid, has called for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced, stating that he cannot continue to lead the country. Lapid proposed the formation of a national rehabilitation government, emphasizing that it would still be led by the Likud party. He expressed concern about the lack of faith in Netanyahu and the need for a functioning government. Labor leader Merav Michaeli also supported the idea of replacing Netanyahu. Likud criticized Lapid’s stance, accusing him of being political during a time of war. Lapid defended his position, highlighting the need for a new government and the replacement of Netanyahu. He emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration for the benefit of Israel.