The Zionist regime, which in the past 75 years has been able to form a fake and illegitimate government in a part of the Islamic lands with the “instrument of violence” and “use of force,” in recent years, from a political point of view (exercising sovereignty and power, pursuing and implementing predicted political targets and…) and also in the field of population and maintaining and providing security of the occupied areas, at the same time has suffered a “critical challenge.”
Today, nothing is more costly than “maintaining the Zionist regime” for the leaders of that regime. Since its formation until now, the Zionist regime has never paid political, economic, military, security, etc. costs for its “survival” as much as in the past two years.
One of the acute crises that have been more evident, especially in the past months, and has greatly worried the heads of the regime, is the reverse migration from the occupied territories, which is an “existential threat” for that regime.
The population is the most significant “weak point” of the Zionist regime. This regime loses its objectivity and existential philosophy without having a Jewish population that can be named after the people; this is precisely the issue that worries Zionist leaders and strategists.
Even though in the first five decades of the existence of the Zionist regime and under the support of Europe and the United States, immigration to the occupied territories was significant, after the beginning of the conflicts between the Palestinians and the Zionists in 2000, the process of immigration gradually decreased. At the same time as the clashes intensified, they stopped.
The conflicts of recent years, including the battle of “Saif al-Quds,” which has reduced the tolerance threshold of the occupying regime against Islamic resistance from 33 days in 2006 to 52 hours in 2022, have an “effective role” in the reverse migration of Jews and the Zionists from the occupied lands. In the Battle of Saif al-Quds in 2021, the settlers and residents of the occupied lands were forced to take shelter in underground shelters for more than 12 days, where there was not even enough air to breathe! The fact that in 2022 alone, in response to the crimes of the Zionist regime, the Palestinian resistance carried out about 13,000 anti-Zionist operations, and killed and injured as many as all the conflicts and wars of the Zionist regime with the Palestinians from 1948 to 2021, is a problem that the residents of the occupied territories in “calculation” and deciding to stay or leave those lands, definitely do not ignore! “Feeling of insecurity” in natural and psychological dimensions is the “fundamental factor” and the “main root” of reverse migration from the occupied lands.
The coming into power of the “warlike cabinet of Netanyahu” has again caused the spread of conflicts in different areas of Palestine and, as a result of creating an atmosphere of insecurity and terror among the residents of the occupied territories, has intensified the “reverse migration” in the occupied territories.
In the past few days, the Jerusalem Post newspaper, in a report by a rabbi named “Stuart Weiss,” wrote that Netanyahu’s new cabinet is making so many terrible and disastrous laws and regulations that it will be impossible to stay here! There is much talk of a mass exodus of disgruntled residents. There is even talk about creating “reverse migration.” It means the migration of Jews from Palestine to other lands forever!
Available observations and reports show that the Zionist regime has entered a period of population decline. More precisely, reverse migration has accompanied it, which will have significant “consequences” for that regime. According to the study of the Zionist Institute “Menachem Begin” in the occupied Quds, more than 70 percent of the residents of the occupied territories are looking for foreign passports.
According to statistics published between 2018 and 2020, more than 50 percent of the Zionist youth prefer not to return to the occupied territories after studying abroad. In the same context, more than 40 percent of Jewish families chose their children to study outside the occupied territories during those years.
While reverse migration is a “disability” rooted in the crisis in security, politics, power, etc., another cause can also be. In addition to being affected by the spread of insecurity, this issue is the result of the loss of all the “artificial charms” in the economic, security, etc. dimensions that the Zionist regime had promoted during successive decades to attract Jews from all over the world and settle them in the occupied lands.
The immigration of Jews to the occupied territories is the cornerstone of Zionist thought and the Jewish national movement. It is the main reason for the continued existence of the usurper Israeli regime and the survival of the Jewish population in the region. It is natural that by weakening this factor, that is to say, immigration, the philosophy and existential nature of usurper Israel will also be lost. The escape of the Zionists ca,n fuel the emergence and escalation of other problems and issues for the Zionist regime.
The formation and strengthening of Zionism in the occupied lands in the past decades have been based on two basic principles: the occupation of Palestinian lands and the sending of Jews from all over the world to this land. Both of these principles are now being challenged. Continuing this challenge will cause the collapse of the Zionist regime from within, a phenomenon that even senior Zionist officials talk about often.