The current political, social, and economic crises of the Zionist regime, along with its efforts to normalize relations with some Persian Gulf states, show that the promise of its destruction is being fulfilled sooner than expected, and the recent agreement is to save the Zionist regime from certain destruction and gain time.
Discrimination and structural injustice
The Falasha Jews are the Ethiopian Jews who immigrated in the 1980s and 1990s and today their population is about 150,000 in the Zionist regime. They are referred to as the “Beta of Israel”. For years, Falasha Jews, and Eastern Jews in general, have been complaining about the structural and behavioural discrimination of other Jews (Ashkenazi). The predominantly Western Ashkenazi Jews have an insignificant view of Eastern (Sephardic) and Ethiopian Jews. This issue has become so acute in Israeli society that Ashkenazi children refuse to play with their Ethiopian Jewish partners in parks and schools.
In 2016, the American magazine Newsweek reported on the situation of Ethiopian Jews who had migrated to the occupied territories, and in this report citing racial discrimination against them. Among other things, the report states that in the early 1990s, it was found that the Israeli Blood Bank regularly destroyed blood received from Ethiopian immigrants for fear of infecting them with the AIDS virus. Zionist officials claim that the prevalence of HIV among Ethiopian immigrants is about 50 times higher than the population of other Jews and residents of the occupied territories. In a TV program in 2012, the regime’s Ministry of Health was accused of pursuing a long-term sterilization policy and program against Ethiopian women awaiting immigration and after entering the occupied territories to control the growth of the Ethiopian Jewish population. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz also reported that the Israeli Ministry of Health had threatened African Jewish women as they entered a refugee camp in the Ethiopian capital that they would not be allowed to emigrate if they refuse to inject Depo-Provera
Netanyahu’s term as prime minister is the longest for a politician the regime has seen, with Netanyahu supporters calling him “King Bibi” and “Mr. Security,” but recent allegations have dealt a heavy blow to his domestic credibility, it has led many Israelis to see him as fascinated by power, patriarchal, hypocritical and populist.
Netanyahu and his family have faced several charges:
- Case 2000 due to contact with the officials of Yedioth Ahronoth for publishing support materials about him
- Case 3,000 due to involvement in the illegal purchase of submarines and warships from Germany
- The 4,000th case, which according to the Zionist regime police is the most important accusation against Netanyahu, is related to his relationship with the owner of Walla news site and Bezeq.
- Sarah Netanyahu is also accused of using $ 100,000 in state property and Netanyahu’s son Yair is also accused of having an affair with a non-Jewish Norwegian girl.
The spread of corruption among other Israeli officials shows the systematic nature of corruption in this fake regime. Israeli prosecutors have charged welfare minister Haim Katz with fraud and treason. Katz, 71, faces charges of fraud and betrayal of trust and giving important information from within the regime to his fundraiser and misuse of that information. Katz is a member of the right-wing Likud party led by Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been Israel’s welfare minister since 2015.
According to Hebrew-language media, Katz is the fifth minister of this regime indictment will be issued against him. The list of people accused of corruption in the Zionist regime’s cabinet includes Prime Minister Netanyahu, Interior Minister Aryeh Deri, Health Minister Yaakov Litzman, Information Minister Dudi Amsalem and Welfare Minister Haim Katz, the media reported.
Tel Aviv has been the scene of mass protests against Netanyahu for several days. Netanyahu is seen as an authoritarian dictator after some groups used the protests to crackdown on protesters and suppress protests, according to Israeli media.
Netanyahu appears to be pushing Israel into a civil war by paving the way for extremist groups operating similarly to criminal gangs. Israeli police remain neutral in the face of extremist groups attacking protesters! Many observers see the actions of right-wing pro-Benjamin Netanyahu as similar to those of pro-Donald Trump fanatics and his militias and believe that Bibi and Trump are two sides of the same coin in their extremism and savagery.
The attack on the demonstrators sounded the alarm in Israel, prompting clear warnings of a civil war in the regime. Netanyahu’s opponents have blamed him for the situation, as he has continued to campaign against the protesters. Israeli Defense (war) Minister Benny Gantz recently said in a television interview: “The violence we are witnessing is worrying to me and is a sign of the path that could lead us to civil war. I call on all parties to stop the negative propaganda because the situation will become dangerous”
The current situation in Israel is a clear indication of the depth of the crisis in the occupied territories. Jews who left their lands and came to the occupied territories with the promise of living in prosperity, peace, equality and justice have been discriminated and corrupted by a regime that falsely claims to be a victim of racial discrimination.