Enemies of 'Israel' happy with internal division: Israeli media
Israeli media says the occupation's enemies were rubbing their hands in anticipation of its imminent collapse.
Israeli media has been for days discussing Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan's speech that he made on Thursday, during which he emphasized to the United States that pushing Lebanon to chaos would lead to chaos all over the region, most notably within the US protégé of "Israel".
"It seems that our enemies are rubbing their hands in anticipation and hoping that civil war breaks out in Israel," Israeli Channel 12 said while commenting on Sayyed Nasrallah's speech.
The Hezbollah chief's statement is "extremely rare", saying: "When the Secretary-General of Hezbollah cites President Isaac Herzog, that is an indication that his words are rare."
Al Mayadeen prime example
Al Mayadeen is a prime example of how the domestic politics of "Israel" are dealt with and how "the prospect of civil war breaking out is dealt with," Channel 12 commentator Ofer Hadad said.
"As per Al Mayadeen analysts, Israel is going through a state of geopolitical expansion in the region and the world, entering regional and international alliances, and signing political and military agreements. However, the status quo is not compatible with that of the international arena," Hadad added.
Furthermore, the Israeli journalist underlined how Al Mayadeen also touched on the many voices within the occupation, saying the channel has been over recent months increasingly "quoting the warnings being echoed in Israel about the dangers of a division and a schism, and even more so, warning about sleepwalking toward a civil war that would ruin everything."
'Israel' divisions growing deeper
Israeli occupation President Isaac Herzog said on the eve of the Knesset voting on the controversial judicial reforms: "I see before me various divides that are growing deeper and more painful. At this time, I can only think about the fact that two times throughout history, a Jewish state was founded in Israel, and it collapsed twice before reaching 80," Israeli Yediot Ahronoth newspaper reported.
"I would like to repeat over and over again that I am highly concerned about what is going on in Israeli society, and between our 75th and 80th year, we are before a critical time," Herzog added.
Israeli channel KAN correspondent Roi Kais said Thursday that Sayyed 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 media also touched on what Sayyed Nasrallah mentioned in his speech about Israelis beginning to organize groups to leave occupied Palestine and return to the places which they came from and about some of them returning to the United States.
Moreover, Israeli media said Thursday that there was internal division in "Israel ", underlining that "Tel Aviv's" enemies were enjoying the scenes of division, as the heads of the Israeli security services warn the Cabinet about the situation.
Israeli Channel 12 military affairs commentator Nir Dvori touched on the internal division in "Israel" and the increasing tension, saying that "those who look at this are our enemies."
Dvori considered that the chaos witnessed since the formation of the new Israeli government, the Israeli occupation military chief of staff, the chief of the Shin Bet, and the head of Mossad are working firmly and trying to set the situation straight.
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