"Spider web speech 2": Israeli media on Sayyed Nasrallah's speech
Israeli media says Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah's recent speech revived the "cobweb theory" of Israeli society.
An article published in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz touched on the recent speech delivered by Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, saying that it is being described in "Israel" as "spider web speech 2."
At the celebration of the liberation of southern Lebanon from the Israeli occupation on May 25, 2000, Sayyed Nasrallah described "Israel" as "weaker than a spider's web."
The article said that a "second security development is taking place in Lebanon, of all places, an arena that was supposed to have become quiescent following the signing of the maritime border agreement with Israel last October."
It claimed that Sayyed Nasrallah "discerns, from his viewpoint, an internal weakness in Israel against the background of the broad constitutional and political crisis, and is starting to issue threats."
It highlighted that Sayyed Nasrallah's words were accompanied by steps on the ground, including the alleged arrival of Iranian air defense systems to Lebanon, "which eroded the Israeli air force’s superiority in the skies," in addition to the deployment of dozens of Hezbollah observation points along the border with occupied Palestine.
In the same context, an article published in the Israeli newspaper Maariv considered that the Hezbollah Secretary-General "pounced" on the deep crisis afflicting Israeli society.
It said that Sayyed Nasrallah's words "threaten to expose the consensus necessary for joint service" in the occupation army, and to expose "the solidarity of the majority of the different population groups in society during any future fighting."
The article indicated that the Lebanese leader once again revived the "cobweb theory" of Israeli society, warning that "from week to week, the crises inside Israel become more dangerous."
In a related context, the Maariv article pointed to the state of frustration and despair that prevails in the general atmosphere in "Israel", highlighting that "Israel" is going through "horrible days, which may lead the Zionist dream to an unprecedented rift, and perhaps even its end."
Maariv concluded that "millions of Israelis feel that it is the end of the world."
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"Israeli dilemma" in facing Iranian nuclear file
On its part, the Israeli Channel 12 broadcasted an extensive report that included interviews with former Israeli occupation officers, on "the Israeli dilemma" in facing the Iranian nuclear file.
The report said that "they will not be surprised in Israel by the report and information that Iran has succeeded in enriching uranium, in small quantities, to the level of 84%, and this has been known here for a long time."
It claimed that the Iranians "have now reached the last red line, the ability to enrich to a level of 90% sufficient to produce enough materials for a nuclear bomb."
The channel wondered about the capabilities of "Israel" in exchange for this Iranian step, saying, "What can we really accomplish?"
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