Tehran (Qodsna) - The Zionist regime is struggling with many security, political, military and social challenges, and is experiencing growing security and political failures these days, and while it always has relied upon its hollow glory, it is now on the brink of collapse.
More than 70 years have passed since the establishment of the Zionist regime, which has been accompanied by military occupation of the Palestinian territories. Facing serious challenges at the domestic, regional, and international levels, the Zionist regime's power is closing to its collapse day by day, and the isolation of this regime is becoming more and more widespread both inside and outside the country.
The hollow glory of the Zionist regime and its growing challenges
The Zionist regime is struggling with many security, political, military and social challenges, and is experiencing growing security and political failures these days, and while it always has relied upon its hollow glory, it is now on the brink of collapse.
On the military front, the Zionist regime, once the world's fifth most powerful army and now ranked 17th in the world, believed that its weapons superiority could provide security for the regime and could be a lifeline for other neighboring Arab countries. However, the resistance of Palestinian groups and the wars of the past few years, including the 51-day war in Gaza, the 33-day war with Hezbollah in Lebanon, the 22-day war in Gaza and most recently the 11-day war in Gaza, show that the Zionist regime is not only capable of dealing with resistance groups, but also it is within the range of the resistance’s missiles more than ever. The inefficiency of the Zionist regime's Iron Dome system in preventing resistance missiles, which today have become more accurate and can cover long distances, and the new drones of the resistance groups also showed that both the superiority of weapons and the possibility of deterrence of the Zionist regime are in danger.
Growing hope in the Palestinian nation following the unification of the Palestinians and reducing the level of public trust in the Israeli army in Zionist circles
During the wars waged by the Zionist regime against the Palestinian resistance groups, although the Zionist regime targeted Palestinian residential areas by bombing houses, schools, mosques, etc. and martyred thousands of civilians, in response to those attacks, the Palestinians fired rockets and mortars, proving in the recent war and especially the Operation Saif al-Quds (Sword of Quds) that, despite the siege, they had the upper hand over the aggression of the Zionist regime and do not allow Zionists to cross their redlines, such as Al-Aqsa Mosque and Al-Quds (Jerusalem).
The recent war in Gaza unified more Palestinian groups in the occupied West Bank, Al-Quds and Gaza, and the Palestinians stood united against the Zionist aggression, and this is a very large and unprecedented event. There is now a lot of hope within the resistance and among the Palestinian people, and the Zionist military is afraid of further wars, which have become a nightmare for them. The rate of suicide and desertion has risen among the Zionist troops, and Israel has openly faced a stalemate due to its weakness in confronting the capabilities of the resistance.
At the end of 2020, 28 Zionist forces died, nine of whom committed suicide, according to the Israeli army's human resources department. The decline in the general trust of the Zionist army among the illegal Zionist settlers of the occupied territories is another crisis that the Zionist army is facing. According to recent polls, the Israeli army has experienced an unprecedented decline in collective trust. The Zionists now know that if they take action, they will face multiple and firm responses.
Political and security challenges
In addition to these challenges, the Zionist regime has recently been able to maintain some of its shaky political power after two years and at least four elections, but many political differences between the new and old leaders of the regime still prevent it from reaching a stable point.
The Zionist regime is also facing increasing challenges in the security sphere, and the recent astounding escape of six Palestinian prisoners from the one of Israel's high-security prisons once again demonstrated the Zionist regime's lack of security and challenged the Zionist regime's security and intelligence units. This action of the Palestinian prisoners caused a further rift between the Zionist regime officials and the Zionist regime officials pointed the finger of blame at each other. The Israeli Minister of Internal Security called the escape of the six Palestinian prisoners from the Gilboa high-security prison a security failure for the regime.
The large explosion in April of this year at a critical military facility for the construction of rocket engines in Israel also shows that the other remaining components of the Zionist regime's power are also in great danger of collapsing, and the Zionist regime that once relied on these components. And he is proud of it, his hands are empty and the components of his power are collapsing one after another.
The attack on an Israeli ship in the Oman Sea in August and the accusations made by Zionist and Western officials against Iran show that the arrogance of the Zionist regime is being challenged day by day by the axis of resistance. The Islamic Republic of Iran also considered the threats of the Western officials and the Zionist regime as propaganda gestures and at the same time warned that any action against the interests and national security of Iran will face a strong and decisive response.
Writer: Sirous Shirzad - Iran-based political journalist