WATCH: The Netanyahu Interview, ‘We Will Do What We Have to Do’

“An important in-depth interview by  Dr. Phil of Netanyahu from which you can clearly understand the Israeli perspective. Israel is fortunate to have strong leadership at this moment in history.” – Bill Ackman


A Dr. Phil conducted a one hour interview with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at perhaps the most critical time in the conflict between good and evil.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he hoped to resolve his differences with President Joe Biden over the war in Gaza, but insisted he had “no choice” but to destroy Hamas, in an interview with talk show host Dr. Phil, which aired on Thursday night.

In an interview on the “Dr. Phil Primetime” show, taped before Biden’s threat to withhold weapons from Israel, Netanyahu said he has known the president for over 40 years and “we often had our agreements, but we’ve had our disagreements.”

The Israeli prime minister said they have overcome their disagreements in the past and he hoped “we can overcome them now.”

Netanyahu, however, insisted a ground assault on Rafah must happen—the sticking point that led to the Biden administration halting weapon supplies to Israel—as his forces have to destroy Hamas presence in the city, adding “rational-minded people understand that we don’t have a choice.”

The Israeli leader insisted that if Hamas is left intact, “they’ll take over Gaza again…they’ll do October 7…again, again and again.”

In a video statement released earlier on Thursday, Netanyahu dismissed the U.S. threat to halt weapon supplies, saying his country is prepared to stand alone and “fight with our fingernails,” if necessary.

Netanyahu said Israeli forces are doing everything they can to let the people leave Rafah, and said he hoped the two leaders would find a way to overcome their differences.

“I’ve known Joe Biden for many years, 40 years and more. We often had our agreements, but we’ve had our disagreements. We’ve been able to overcome them. I hope we can overcome them now,” Netanyahu said.
“We will do what we have to do to protect our country, and that means to protect our future. And that means we will defeat Hamas, including in Rafah. We have no other choice,” Netanyahu added.

When asked how complicit ordinary Palestinians are in the activities of Hamas. “Very much so,” Netanyahu said, pointing to the portraits of Hitler and copies of Mein Kampf found in their apartment buildings.

During the Dr. Phil interview, Netanyahu lashed out against college campus protests in the U.S. and also appeared to take a veiled shot at Biden and other world leaders who have been critical of him and Israel’s conduct in the Gaza war.

The Israeli prime minister said some world leaders privately told him Hamas needs to be destroyed, but then “when they are faced with the pressure of all this propaganda, all this madness in the campuses… they begin to fray.” Netanyahu then attacked the campus protests, saying, “When they say ‘from the river to the sea,’ that’s wipe out the State of Israel. They’re supporting genocide.”

The Israeli leader then claimed the protests reflected “a sorry state of American education…There’s a deep rot and a bankruptcy there.” When asked about antisemitism in the U.S., Netanyahu blamed “a fusion of radical Islam and the ultra-anarchist left.”

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