'Israel's' enemies 'enjoying' internal division: Israeli media
Israeli media say enemies of "Israel" are living today the experience of the beginning of "Israel's" internal disintegration.
The Israeli media touched on the internal division in "Israel", pointing out that "Israel's" enemies are enjoying the scenes of division, as the heads of the Israeli security services warn the government ministers of the situation.
Nir Dvori, Israeli Channel 12 military affairs commentator, 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.
The military affairs commentator said these security officials briefed Israeli occupation ministers on several things that should worry them, which is not the case so far.
Dvori said the security officials told the ministers that the internal division in "Israel" intersects with a very explosive security period and that the matter is not only related to the Palestinian Authority or Gaza.
The Israeli Channel 12 considered that the enemies of "Israel" are living today the experience of "Israel's" disintegration internally.
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It also touched on the speech of Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, saying, "Nasrallah yesterday was happy."
On Thursday, Roi Kais, Israeli channel KAN correspondent, said 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."
The 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.
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