Publish dateSunday 8 October 2023 - 16:13
Story Code : 277929
Haaretz: Israelis feel humiliated
Gideon Levy, a reporter of the Zionist newspaper "Haaretz", declared in an interview about the Al-Aqsa storm operation: "The Israelis feel humiliated."
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): While the Zionist regime's army announced on Sunday (today) that the casualties of the Zionists in the Al-Aqsa Storm operation had increased to 350, the reporter of the "Haaretz" newspaper spoke about the humiliation of the Israelis.
"Gideon Levy", a reporter of the Zionist newspaper "Haaretz", in an interview with "Al Jazeera" about the current situation as a result of the Al-Aqsa storm operation, announced that the residents of occupied Palestine feel humiliated.
According to this journalist who lives in occupied Palestine, the Zionists feel humiliated by the attack by Hamas and have not yet digested what happened and their army did not understand the situation.
"First, there is a traditional arrogance in Israel that we have the strongest army and the strongest military technology," Gideon Levy told Al Jazeera. Secondly, the government expanded its forces in the West Bank and abandoned the southern front (Gaza Strip). Therefore, a combination of arrogance and changing priorities brought us to this unprecedented situation."
According to this Zionist journalist, "it will take years for the Israelis to digest this shock and trauma. But the situation must change so that the Israelis understand how our perception of the Palestinians in the occupied territories and Gaza has been so far. We should know that they (Palestinians) are also human and can also show their military capabilities.
This Zionist journalist's comment was made in the context that according to the regime's army, at least 350 people were killed and more than 1,800 Zionists were injured in the Al-Aqsa storm operation of the Palestinian resistance forces against the Zionists.
Earlier, the Hebrew newspaper Ha'aretz wrote in its editorial that Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of the Zionist regime's cabinet, is "responsible for the calamity that befell Israel".
In an editorial on Sunday (today), this Palestinian print newspaper added that Netanyahu will try to escape from his responsibility and blame the army commanders, security forces and Shabak of the Zionist regime.
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