A former senior Israeli security official said that the Zionist entity of “Israel” will not be able to survive the next generation.
The Israeli official explained the reasons for his statement, according to his estimation, and expressed his fear of the Zionist occupation entity’s demise “due to internal reasons and influences.”
Yuval Diskin, former head of Zionist internal security service Shin Bet, added that “most of the economic and military burden in Israel will soon be borne by only 30% of Israelis. In this way, the Israeli society will not be spared from the problems that await it.”
Yuval Diskin confirmed in his article in the newspaper Yediot Ahronoth that there is a “strategic existential question that has made the extent of its seriousness clear.”
Diskin added that he is talking about demographic, social, and economic trends that are already changing the essence of Israel, and can endanger its existence within one generation.
He warned that the “division between Israelis deepens, and the division between right and left has become dominant much more than the dispute between Jews and Arabs. Regimes of government are increasing, corruption is spreading in the government, and the social solidarity is weak.”
He pointed out that “the regional power called Israel is unable to control many areas,” explaining that “according to the figures of the Central Bureau of Statistics, we will soon discover that in 40 years, half of the population of Israel will be either Orthodox Jews or Palestinian, and it is important to understand the common denominator between them today.”
He pointed out that “the Haredi Jews [ultra-orthodox Jews that generally don’t participate in Israeli society and are exempted from military service] have become a burden, and some of them are spreading anti-Zionist trend. For them, Israel is on its way to a loss.”
Diskin stated that, “Besides the Haredi, there are multi-identity tribes, there is traditional secularism, religious nationalism, militant Eastern and Ashkenazi Jews, the middle class, the wealthy, the disenfranchised and the marginalised, who find it difficult to bear the extra burden as a result of the Orthodox lack of participation in Israeli society, military service, and the economy.”
Source: Al-Manar Website