Vast majority of Zionists believe that the goals which the enemy government set for its aggression on Gaza have been “partially” achieved only, expressing that the attack has ended with “no victor.”
According to a poll result published Wednesday, 56% of the Zionists see that the goals of the operation set by the government – including demolishing tunnels and launching harsh hits against the Palestinian resistance – have been only “partially” achieved.
Moreover, 51% of the asked Zionists believe that none of the two parties has won the war when asked “How do you evaluate the results of the Israeli ‘Protective Edge’ upon the ceasefire?”
The poll covers 442 people, with a a margin of error of 5.2 percent.
Agence France Presse news agency pointed out that the Zionist army inflicted the largest human casualties since the July 2006 war on Lebanon during his latest Gaza offensive, as 64 soldiers declared killed.
Three more settlers were also killed in the 30-day aerial and ground onslaught, which left 1900 Palestinian martyrs, most of them were civilians, including more than 400 children.