'Israel' in very sensitive, complex security situation: Former-General
A retired Israeli occupation general says "Israel" is on the verge of war.
Retired Israeli occupation General Israel Ziv warned on Friday that not only the Israeli occupation is in a very sensitive and complex security situation, but it is also facing an actual "danger of war."
Ziv told the Israeli Channel 12 that "Israel" is on the verge of war," pointing out that "the problem is partially due to our enemies' assessment, especially Hezbollah and Iran, that what is happening [in "Israel"] is an internal fragility."
The retired Israeli general stressed that Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must assume responsibility and halt the judicial overhaul; otherwise, "Israel" will be in a very serious crisis.
This comes as Israeli media reported that Israeli media reported on Friday that the Israeli occupation Air Force is under shock, as 1,142 reservists, including 513 pilots, announced their intention to suspend their volunteering if the judicial overhaul was approved.
Touching on the matter, Israeli media stressed that the latest announcement should deprive sleep to every Israeli, and not just the Israeli occupation Air Force Commander and Chief of Staff.
Alon Ben David, a military commentator on Channel 13, suggested that on the day that the reservists stop showing up for service, the Israeli Air Force force will not be qualified for war, and its efficiency will be damaged.
Ben David warned that there is a fear that this number will not be the final, as other reservists might join the movement by Monday.
Israeli media considered that the 1,142 reservists announcement sent shockwaves across Israeli military and political arenas.
The media suggested that the Israeli occupation Air Force is losing its eligibility for war and is facing its largest crisis so far, warning that the Air Force may be out of operational competence in a short time.
Commenting on the announcement, Israeli occupation army spokesperson, Daniel Hagari, said that "failing to report to reserve duty hurts" the Israeli military and "Israel's" security.
"Over the past days, it is evident that cohesion has been damaged, which will take a long time to repair," Hagari pointed out.
The Israeli fear of the growing military capabilities of Hezbollah and "Israel's" unpreparedness for any upcoming war in light of its internal division is increasing, Israeli media highlighted.
Israeli Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi called on the Israeli authorities to stop the demonstrations and pay attention to "Israel's" security, stressing that Hezbollah is monitoring the extent of "Israel's" weakness to launch an attack from "Nahariya" to "Eilat".
He said that Hezbollah has thousands of missiles installed and directed at "Tel Aviv" and its vicinity and awaits the appropriate moment when the Israeli government is confused.