A former Israeli general acknowledged the Zionist entity’s failure vis-à-vis the axis of resistance.
Yaakov Amidror, a former major Israeli general and National Security advisor, said on Wednesday that the problem doesn’t lie in Gaza but in the growing power of Iran in Syria.
“The real trouble for Israel is the growing power of Iran in Syria and not Gaza,” Israeli website jdn reported.
“Israel was occupied by the situation in Gaza at the expense of worrying about Iran’s growing power in Syria,” Amidror said, according to the Israeli website.
The Israeli general noted meanwhile that “the problem with the ceasefire in Gaza is that it did not make balance of deterrence between Israel and any opposing side.”
On the other hand, he acknowledged Israeli failure in July War 2006, saying: “Despite IDF’s failure in Second Lebanon War, it created some calm on the northern command.”
Amirdor also considered as a “folly” the ground invasion of Gaza by the Israeli occupation army, pointing out that such move “means holding Israel responsible for two million Palestinians, a burden that Israel could not tolerate”.
Source: Israeli media