Yedioth Ahronoth: Former head of Mossad says Israel is approaching its end

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Former head of the Israeli Foreign Intelligence Service, Tamir Pardo, said on Sunday, that Israel is approaching its end, commenting on the judicial amendment plan led by the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

Pardo believed that Israel activated the mechanism of self-destruction, and is approaching its end, and that he believes that his conclusion of Israel’s self-destruction may go back to before the formation of the current Israeli coalition, led by Netanyahu, that is, before the judicial amendment plan was drawn up.

With the increasing internal and external challenges facing the government, due to the judicial amendments plan, warnings from various political, military and media levels in the entity are intensifying, to the effect that Israel is heading towards an internal war, and it may breathe its last breath.

This issue was explicitly expressed by the former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak, in an article on Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, by saying that throughout Jewish history, the Jews didn’t have a state for more than 80 years.

Barak’s concerns were preceded by Netanyahu in 2017, when he said, “I’ll strive for Israel to reach its 100th anniversary, because the issue of our existence is not implicit, and it’s not self-evident… History teaches us that no state has been built for the Jewish people for more than 80 years”.

Likewise, the Israeli analyst, Ari Shavit, said earlier: “We’ve passed the point of no return, Israel is taking its last breath, there is no taste for living in it, and the Israelis realize, since they came to Palestine, that they are victims of a lie invented by the Zionist movement”.

In a related context, a poll conducted by Israeli Channel 13 showed that 56% of Israelis are concerned that tensions may escalate into a Civil War.

Another poll, conducted by the Israeli Channel 12, revealed that about a third of Israelis are considering leaving Israel, with the Netanyahu government’s insistence on passing the judicial amendments.

Israel has been witnessing a series of protests that have been going on for 30 weeks across the country, in protest against the government’s plan that has plunged Israel into a major political crisis.

Last Saturday, tens of thousands of Israelis took to the streets, for the 31st week, to protest against the judicial amendments plan put forward by the Netanyahu government.

The organizations that organized the protests estimated that 120,000 participated in the Tel Aviv demonstration.

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