Former Mossad chief Meir Dagan says Israel is on the brink of “disaster” and that Israel faces a “very bad” forecast of its future.
“We are on the edge of — I would not say a disaster because that is a bit exaggerated — but we are facing a very bad prognosis of what will happen in the future,” Dagan said in a recent interview with the Jerusalem Post.
The former Mossad chief also censured the government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Dagan said the Israeli “system is reaching a point where” the government is “incapable of running” Israel.
Dagan has formed an organization that supports changing the Israeli system.
The former Mossad chief is also considered a controversial character in Israel as he has described an attack on Iran as the “dumbest idea.”
In November 2010, Dagan was replaced by Tamir Pardo as the new Mossad chief.