After Nasrallah's speech, Netanyahu's son to opposition: Thanks idiots
Israeli media follows up on the recent speech of the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, focusing on his statements regarding the tense internal situation in the Israeli occupation entity.
Israeli media expressed great interest in Thursday's speech of the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah which the party revived through a popular ceremony in the southern suburbs of Beirut.
Several Israeli news websites touched on Sayyed Nasrallah's speech, by quoting and analyzing excerpts from it, especially those related to the internal crisis in the Israeli occupation.
Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth military affairs commentator Yossi Yehoshua confirmed that "Nasrallah is saying out loud what the intelligence officers read in the reports, and what President Herzog said publicly in his recent speech. He diagnoses weakness and fratricidal war and estimates that Israel will not survive beyond its 80th year."
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"Nasrallah discussed extensively the internal situation in Israel, an unprecedented one, as the foolish government here is pushing for a conflict in the internal arena as well as with the Palestinians, which extends to the region," Israeli Broadcaster Kan correspondent Roi Kais said.
"For the first time since the founding of Israel, we hear a speech from its president, former prime ministers, former ministers, and others, talking about bloodshed and internal war," Kais added.
Sayyed Nasrallah: This entity will not survive beyond its 80th year, God willing
Israeli media touched on what Sayyed Nasrallah mentioned in his speech about Israelis beginning to "organize groups to leave the country and return to the places from which they came,” and about some of them returning to the United States.
The media focused on his saying that they “are talking about the 80-year era," and "Israel" will not survive beyond that.
"Nasrallah quoted President Herzog's words when he said, 'We are on the brink of a social and constitutional collapse. The powder keg is about to explode,' Kais said, stressing that "Nasrallah indicated in his speech that the public's loss of confidence in the army, the political leadership, and the judicial system is the greatest threat to Israel."
Sayyed Nasrallah's threat to the US for its planned chaos in Lebanon is interesting
The Secretary-General of Hezbollah's statement regarding the gas platform in Karish was described by Kais as "important," who quoted in a tweet Nasrallah's words that the Resistance would never "allow the postponing of the extraction of oil from Lebanese waters."
"Nasrallah's threats to the United States, are interesting," the correspondent noted, quoting the statements of the Secretary-General of Hezbollah saying, "if Lebanon is pushed into chaos, then the world must brace for chaos all over the region, most notably within your protege, Israel," and "we are prepared to point our guns at your protege, Israel."
Nasrallah's speech led pro-government and opposition to trade accusations
In turn, Yair Netanyahu, son of Israeli Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu, criticized the opposition political leaders in "Israel" in a tweet, sarcastically thanking "the leaders of the left who make Israel's enemies happy," referring to Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.
"Many thanks to the leaders of the left, the judicial system, and the idiot media, who, in order to maintain their control over the country against the will of the majority, delight Israel's enemies and undermine Israel's deterrence," Netanyahu said.
Yair Netanyahu attached to his tweet a picture of the comments of Israeli correspondents on Sayyed Nasrallah's speech, with the phrase: "Thank you, you idiots."
In the same context, Israeli journalist Attila Somfalvi criticized the political situation in "Israel" and the performance of the Netanyahu government, saying that "Nasrallah says that the government in Israel could lead to a major escalation in the region.. while the Israeli government responds: We will not stop, we will dismantle the state, and we will destroy the society. This is what matters now; then we can discuss Hezbollah.”