Netanyahu's government plays with fire, Israeli security official says
A top Israeli security official says the occupation is suffering from a severe multi-level crisis that its enemies are well aware of.
Israeli officials have not yet grasped the scale of the catastrophe that "Israel" is experiencing, an unnamed security official told Israel Hayom.
The official who requested to stay anonymous provided the Israeli media outlet with a detailed overview of the issues which the occupation is going through.
The official said the Resistance groups understand that the occupation is going through a turbulent time, highlighting Lebanon as the biggest threat to Israeli security.
The security official claimed that Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah is ready to fight the occupation as he is reminiscent of his pre-2006 self.
He also underlined the significance of floundering US-Israeli relations, claiming that the enemies of "Israel" believe that it has "no back" on which it can depend in case a large-scale war takes place.
Furthermore, the official said that normalization with Saudi Arabia seems a "distant dream."
Regarding the Israeli economy, the official claimed it would shrink by 150 billion Shekel, as high-tech companies will abandon "Israel" adding that US investment in cyber security poses a threat to "Tel Aviv."
However, the official was most worried about the loss of "internal cohesion," as the phenomena of Israeli reservists refusing to volunteer in the army is becoming more prevalent.
He pointed to the fact that 1,300 member reservists and retirees of the Israeli Air Force signed a letter warning that they will refuse to serve in case the judiciary reforms which Netanyahu seeks are passed.
He revealed that the threats made in the letter would actualize if the political command continues to operate in normality, adding that members of intelligence and cybersecurity agencies, as well as those of special IOF units, will follow suit. The official also expects the crisis to spread and affect regular troops and those subject to compulsory military service