The 27th anniversary of the assassination of the Zionist prime minister Yitzhak Rabin synchronized with the election victory of the Far-right wing in the occupation entity, which raised the concerns of the Israelis.
Rabin was assassinated by Yigal Amir, an Israeli right-wing extremist, in Tel Aviv on November 4, 1995. The assassin had rejected Rabin’s ‘peace’ initiative, particularly the signing of the Oslo Accords.
The Zionist circles are comparing between Rabin’s murder and the dispute between the right-wing, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, and Yair Lapid, the outgoing premier who signed the indirect maritime deal with Lebanon.
The defense minister Benny Gantz said that he is worried about the destiny of the Zionist entity, adding that p5rovocation will leave field outcomes.
Israeli Channel 13 correspondent Or Heller said that MK Itamar Ben Gvir, expected to be the security minister in the new government, was warned escalating situation against the Palestinian, especially in Al-Quds City, in order to avoid a military confrontation with Gaza resistance.
The Israeli circles had voiced concerns about the Right-wing reign over the expected escalations inside and outside the occupation entity.
In this regard, clashes between the Israeli occupation forces and the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank have continued, as the Zionist enemy arrested a number of Palestinians and demolished several houses.
Meanwhile, the Zionist media reported that the US President Joe Biden has not called Natanyahu to congratulate him on the Knesset election victory yet, adding that this indicates the extent of the tensions in the ties between the two men.
Source: Al-Manar English Website