The establishment of the extremist government of Benjamin Netanyahu has practically put the Zionist regime in a “difficult situation.” Since January 21, 2023, a total of more than 2 million Zionist residents of the occupied territories have protested against Netanyahu’s so-called reform policies in various cities and demanded the dismantling of applicable laws and regulations and Netanyahu’s resignation of power, which is unprecedented in the history of the Zionist regime.
It is the first time that the Zionist regime has experienced a “complex crisis” from within and several political, security, social, and demographic layers, so that today, talk of “civil war and collapse” has become a “pervasive discourse” within the security institutions, political assemblies and research centers of the Zionist regime.
A significant part of this internal crisis has resulted from the “performance of Netanyahu’s cabinet,” which has even caused the “intensification of migration” of Zionists from the occupied lands. Regarding political psychology, Netanyahu is a very “totalitarian” person who is infatuated with power and does not exchange it for anything.
Netanyahu, who does everything to stay in power, in recent weeks, when he saw his political life in a sharp turn and in a “big abyss” in which there is a possibility of falling at any moment, resorted to his “old method” to escape from the crisis, i.e., creating fear by highlighting foreign developments.
In other words, the unprecedented socio-political crisis and its destructive consequences, which have brought the Zionist regime to the brink of civil war, have caused Netanyahu to resort to foreign enemies more than ever to divert public opinion and domestic opposition from the internal crisis. In this way, while advancing his desired policies, he can take advantage of the phobia from the resistance and Iranophobia project to prevent his extremist government’s fall.
In this regard, the Zionist regime has been active in two areas in the last few weeks; First, accusing the Islamic Republic of Iran of planning an alleged terrorist operation to attack an Israeli restaurant in Athens, the capital of Greece, which was based on lies and conspiracy.
Second, conducting successive air attacks on centers in Damascus and other Syrian cities. Repetition of missile attacks on Syria can have several purposes, including maintaining the atmosphere of tension, measuring Syrian air defense systems and radars, supporting terrorists, etc. Still, the coincidence of these attacks with the internal crisis of the Zionist regime strengthens and proves this hypothesis that this regime has resorted to the policy of “distracting public opinion from the severe domestic crisis.”
Therefore, the publication of fake reports about Iran, similar to what we saw in Greece, as well as the attack of Zionist fighters on different areas of Syria, is a “scenario” to divert public opinion from the internal crisis of this regime and to try to cover up the internal developments of the occupied territories.
Netanyahu’s cabinet, which is under severe pressure to step down from power or amend and change reform policies, is forced to have tension-causing changes in its surrounding environment to advance policies and stay in power; A policy that, in general, the extreme rightists, who are sometimes not present in the cabinet, as well as the opposing currents and the opposition, believe in it, because maintaining the political existence of the Zionist regime is the main priority of all political parties, currents and groups in the Zionist regime.
With these interpretations, the “vigilance” of countries and Islamic resistance groups is essential in facing the recent actions and scenarios of the Zionist regime because they are mainly carried out to provoke the other parties to respond.
At the current stage, the Zionist regime is desperately seeking to “incite” Syria and the Islamic resistance groups to “military response” and thus start a new round of cross-border conflicts to cover up internal crises and divert public opinion inside and in the region and overshadow and sideline the outstanding achievements of Syria and the ten-year failure of the US, the Zionist regime and some European countries in Syria with a new conflict.
Of course, this does not mean passivity or appeasement in front of the aggressive actions of the Zionist regime in Syria, Iran, or Lebanon. Instead, the main point is that in the current situation, in which the Zionist regime is on the verge of “explosion” and “suicide” from within, according to Israeli leaders and strategists, any reaction to it must be measured and intelligent and accompanied by accurate evaluations of its results. To avoid playing on the ground of the Zionist regime or enlarging the playground of this regime in the region.