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Israel faces the most dangerous existential threat since its establishment

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Israeli concern over what they describe as the most serious internal crisis that the state has witnessed since its establishment is growing due to the state of division, polarisation and partisan tensions. They have also expressed concern about the effects of these issues including fragmentation of the internal front, the spread of civil war terms, the collapse of the Israeli society and the war of hostility and hatred.

The Israelis believe that Israel is facing one of the most dangerous crises in its history, after they lost confidence in the state's institutions. They are accusing one person of being responsible for this lack of confidence, namely Benjamin Netanyahu.

It is true that Netanyahu has presented the Israelis with a long list of achievements, but like any politician, he has weaknesses and failures, and his major problem is not only in the failed way in which he insisted on managing the coronavirus pandemic, but also in the attack he has been waging for years against state institutions and his destruction of relations between Israelis. For years, they have lived with the urging of some not to believe in the media, academic institutions, the judicial system, the police, the public prosecution, the public prosecutor, and officials of the Ministry of Finance, and in the end it became clear that many of them do not believe in the state's authority.

For many years, the Israelis have been living in a state of incitement against each other, which undermined their confidence in each other, sowing discord and hatred........

© Middle East Monitor

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