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Publish Date : 2021/05/15 11:12
Which one is the first threat of the Zionist regime; Social conflicts or Resistance missiles?
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Which one is the first threat of the Zionist regime; Social conflicts or Resistance missiles?


The escalation of military clashes with the resistance forces only in the southern part of the regime and the simultaneous escalation of social crises in various cities caused the largest military exercise in the history of the Zionist regime, which began a few days ago, to be immediately suspended to use all the forces of the regime army to counter the attacks of the resistance forces and control the internal crisis.

NOURNEWS - Six days after the unprecedented crisis in the Occupied Territories, today this event can be discussed from different angles, especially as field developments and growing tensions in different cities show that the balance of power in this area is completely disturbed among its main inhabitants and the occupying regime.

Although these developments have caused the Zionist criminals to break free and commit a rare crime, especially in Gaza, it should be noted that this amount of nervousness and crime has no reason other than despair and out of control of the regime.

Numerous reports and analyzes have been published on what, why and how the recent events took place, but what needs to be addressed now is the clarification of new dimensions of structural weakness due to social conflicts in different cities of the Occupied Territories that increasingly complicate the current situation.

The usurping Zionist regime is now being hit more than the resistance missiles by the destructive social conflicts that have engulfed the fake regime. To describe precisely, because Israel is stateless, and there is no such thing as a nation-state, which is the main indicator of stability in a country, there is no such thing as a fake regime.

Basically, many analysts of West Asian issues strongly believe that the major transnational evils of the Zionist regime are done with the aim of making the issue of security and existence a major issue in the public opinion and thus overcoming fragile internal contradictions.

In a general formulation, the contradictions in Israeli society can be divided into at least four categories: racial contradictions (between Ashkenazi, Sephardic, Mizrahi, Falash Mura, Arabs, etc.), religious contradictions (between Jews, Christians, Baha'is, and Muslims. ), sectarian conflicts (between different Jewish sects with very strong differences) and political conflicts (between parties and groups that were not able to form a government after four rounds of elections).

The combination of these contradictions has created a highly heterogeneous and fragile society in which the slightest flick acts like a bomb detonator and causes it to explode.

According to this; The concerns of Zionist leaders and their foreign backers are now more focused on the unprecedented unrest and violence that has erupted in most of the cities of the Occupied Territories than on the resistance missiles, which has led to severe insecurity in these cities.

Recent crises in the occupied territories began as the Zionist regime began the largest exercise in its history and was said to continue for a month using the regime's land, naval, air and military systems. During the exercise, the ability of the regime's armed forces to face threats from various quarters that could challenge Israel's existence was to be assessed.

The escalation of military clashes with the resistance forces only in the southern part of the regime and the simultaneous escalation of social crises in various cities led to the immediate suspension of the exercise and the use of regime forces to counter the attacks of the resistance forces and control the internal crisis. Be taken.

At the same time, these events put the regime's military and security capabilities to the test, and once again exposed the futility of current propaganda about Israel's ability to defend itself to the world.

In addition, in recent years, Netanyahu's vicious policies in the region, mainly aimed at creating a crisis to strengthen his position in the Israeli political structure, have activated the potential for "severe discipline" to dispel the illusion of power in the regime.

The root of a series of security crises in the occupied territories, such as the explosion at the Tamer rocket engine plant, the rocket attack near the Dimona nuclear facility, the explosion and fire at the Haifa oil refinery, the widespread cyber attacks, etc. that the Zionist regime tried to crash. The incident can certainly not be unrelated to the current events in the occupied territories.

According to pro-Israel political experts and media, the governing body is now unable to manage widespread security crises in various cities, and the government has lost control of these crises.

Israel's defense power, which has tried to make it look impenetrable with exaggerated propaganda about the Iron Dome system, is now being challenged with cheap, rudimentary Palestinian resistance missiles, the most vital parts of which have been destroyed or severely damaged. Is.

Despite the weakness of the Iron Dome system, its staggering costs are also a new problem facing the Zionist government, which is under severe economic pressure.

Each Iron Dome missile fired to target resistance missiles costs at least $ 80,000, while resistance missiles are produced at a cost of less than $ 1,000.

Whatever the outcome of the recent crisis in the Occupied Territories, it will lead to the birth of a new idea in the region, and that is the proof that it is not possible to force and impose a fake ideology and structure on a nation with a history, noble and high social and religious cohesion by force of money, weapons and political and security support, and hope that this could survive rootless lineage, and remain stable in the rock of oppression, injustice and violation of the rights of others.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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