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The occupation is existential threat, says another ex-Mossad chief

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Published: 25 March 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Current Mossad chief Yossi Cohen thinks Iran poses Israel's foremost threat. IDF chief Gadi Eisenkot says the ‘primary challenge’ is Hezbollah. But another ex-Mossad chief says Israel’s biggest threat is internal. And other security experts repeat warnings that PA security cooperation may collapse in a wave of violence unless Palestinians see some sort of diplomatic progress soon.

Lack of 2 state solution is existential threat to Israel - ex-Mossad chief – Tamar Pileggi – The Times of Israel 21.03.17
Tamir Pardo says government is burying its head in the sand and acting as if Arabs will someday disappear in some kind of ‘miracle’.

Is Palestinian frustration playing into Netanyahu’s strategy? – Akiva Eldar – Al-Monitor 21.03.17
With Palestinian frustration increasing over the hardships of the Israeli occupation, Israeli security experts keep warning of a violent breakout, and PM Netanyahu keeps ignoring the warnings.

And see:

Former Mossad chief says Netanyahu lacks leadership backbone October 1, 2016.

More gatekeepers break silence in Israel September 3, 2016

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