One important fact that is regularly overlooked by people who talk about Israel is that the State of Israel governs a majority of Palestinians, while either pretending they do not exist or treating them as though they are an insignificant minority population.
The underlying beliefs of the Israeli right-wing are: Territorial expansion into all of Eretz Yisrael (historic Palestine), prioritizing Jewish identity over democracy, focus on security and Israel’s existential threat, distrust of Palestinians and foreigners, and centrality of Nationalism/Patriotism.
”Read: The Illusion of a Palestinian Kingmaker in IsraelBennet told the Israeli television channel Keshet 12 (Channel 12) that a war in Gaza would lead his coalition to collapse because the United Arab List, which is part of the coalition, would not support it.
But who put it there, who’s taking the credit for the Palestinian resistance’s defeat of Israel’s infamous “Iron Dome”, who will benefit from proving Israel’s military vulnerability, and who will lead the Intifada 3.
hen Israeli warplanes, artillery positions and armed drones rained missiles and bombs upon Gaza for 11 consecutive days last month, killing 253 Palestinians, 66 of whom were children, the Israeli Government received predictable support from the United States, but the words of solidarity it received from India has raised eyebrows around the world.
US President Joe Biden’s policy on Israel and Palestine was described as undecided and vague since taking office, yet it is becoming clearer that the current administration will make meagre concessions to Palestinians in return for retaining the advances awarded to Israel by Trump.
During the past weeks, Palestinians have been protesting against the forced displacement of residents in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem, followed by an Israeli court order to the residents, enforcing them to reach an agreement with the settlers who claim that these houses belong to them.
” In fact, Hezbollah was first conceived by Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour, Iran’s ambassador to Damascus in 1982, following years he had spent in Lebanon training with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) ahead of the revolution in Iran.