'Nasrallah reads us well'; 'Israel is falling apart': Israeli media
Israeli media say everyone who is observing the entity's society realizes that it is shattered and divided.
The Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, is "reading the situation in Israel correctly," and everyone observing the events in the entity "realizes that Israeli society is falling apart," the military affairs commentator of the Israeli Channel 13, Alon Ben David, said on Tuesday.
He added that "everyone who looks at Israel, whether at home or abroad, realizes that Israeli society is shattered and divided," stressing that "Israel's enemies are encouraged by what is happening inside Israeli society."
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Knesset member and former Chief of Staff, Gadi Eisenkot, also said on Tuesday that "Israel" is passing through one of the most dangerous security periods since the "Yom Kippur War", in reference to the 1973 October War.
In the same context, the Israeli Channel 7 reported that the head of the "Yisrael" Beiteinu party, Avigdor Lieberman, attacked the government in a radio interview, saying that "Israel" is experiencing a legislative-economic crisis and is "isolated" in the world.
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Lieberman added that no one values [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu, explaining, "We see the behavior of both Iran and Hezbollah, who are mocking us because they understand that Netanyahu is unable, neither to unite the people of Israel nor produce an international alliance."
Earlier today, a crucial component of the legislation for judicial reform, the "override clause", was passed by the Knesset in its first reading, with 61 votes for and 52 against. The passed component now limits the High Court's ability to invalidate laws and overturn decisions reached by a majority of 61 Knesset members.
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The draft amendments to the "Basic Law: The Government", which was approved in a first reading, stipulate the fortification of the position of the Prime Minister - the judicial advisor to the government is prevented from announcing that the prime minister is unable to carry out his duties nor he can remove him from office.
In short, the draft judicial amendments, in their current form, will greatly limit the powers of the Supreme Court and give the political majority coalition the power to appoint judges.
Deep legislative crisis in 'Israel'
Since the introduction of the draft law at the beginning of January by Netanyahu's government, widespread protests erupted across "Israel".
According to Israeli media, if the process of enacting judicial amendments continues without dialogue, without reaching a settlement, and without broad consensus on the principles of Herzog's proposal, "at the end of the month, we will reach legislation with the second and third readings."
And then "we will lose all control," and it can be assumed, in advance, that the Supreme Court will likely reject the judiciary reform, noting that from that moment on, "Israel" will be in a deep legislative crisis from which there would be no way out.
Israeli media pointed out that "Israel" would face the "destruction of the Third Temple" if it does not put an end to the initiative of judicial amendments in the coming weeks and reach a settlement.