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Netanyahu seeks ‘explosion’ of situation in al-Quds to save career: PA

The Palestinian Authority (PA) says the Israeli regime’s embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking to renew tensions in the holy occupied city of al-Quds as means of conjuring up an excuse to save his demising career.

The PA’s foreign ministry made the remarks in a statement on Sunday as the regime has renewed its attacks on Palestinians in the city, including its holy sites, Turkey’s official Anadolu news agency reported.

Tensions are flaring up as the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory of the West Bank -- the PA’s base where the city is located -- has barely put behind a huge similarly Tel Aviv-provoked escalation that led to the death of scores of Palestinians.

The ink has also hardly dried at the bottom of a ceasefire deal that ended a 12-day war by the regime against the nearby Palestinian enclave of the Gaza Strip. The war martyred hundreds of Palestinians.

The PA ministry said the Israeli regime’s firebrand premier Netanyahu is again trying to open the floodgates of violence against the Palestinians through “explosion” of the situation in order to prevent formation of a so-called Israeli political coalition of “change” that strongly threatens to oust him from power.

Earlier, Israeli opposition politician Yair Lapid announced formation of the coalition alongside many of his allies from the anti-Netanyahu camp in Knesset (the Israeli parliament) to end Netanyahu’s 12-year run on premiership.