A new survey conducted by an Israeli institute reveals that a majority of Israelis have negative views about the Tel Aviv regime.
The poll was conducted by Maagar Mochot, one of Israel’s leading research institutions, in September and released in late October. The institute interviewed 1,200 Israeli adults.
According to the opinion poll, 81 percent of respondents considered Israel’s image as negative and just 15 percent viewed Israel positive.
Israel fabricated its existence in 1948 and during the Six-Day War against the Arab world in 1967, it forced 711,000 Palestinians to leave their homeland.
Estimates for 2008 put the number of the refugees at over 4.6 million.
In 1967, Tel Aviv went on to occupy and later annex the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and East al-Quds (Jerusalem), the promised capital of the future Palestinian state. The move is considered illegal under international law.