Former Israeli Premier: Israel Could Cease to Exist before 80th Anniversary

Former Israeli PM, Ehud Barak. (Photo: via MEMO)

Former Israeli premier Ehud Barak has expressed concern that Israel will cease to exist before the 80th anniversary of its 1948 establishment, Israeli media reported on Saturday.

In an interview with the Hebrew-language newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, Barak predicted a doom-and-gloom scenario for Israel.

“Throughout the Jewish history, the Jews did not rule for more than eighty years, except in the two kingdoms of David and the Hasmonean dynasty, and in both periods, their disintegration began in the eighth decade,” Barak said.

Barak noted that many regimes, including those in the United States, Italy, and Russia, have experienced the curse of the eighth decade, and that Israel is no exception, drawing an analogy between the Zionist regime and fascism, nazism and communism.

The ultra-conservative former premier’s fears echo prevailing fears in Israel.

A recent survey of young Israeli adults found that nearly half of the population in the occupied Palestinian territories is not optimistic about Israel’s future, with more than one-third of people thinking about migrating for jobs and better life.

(PressTV, PC, Social Media)

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  1. If so , will Russia (Rosh) and others invade Israel ? ( fulfilling The Prophet Ezekiel’s Prophecy ) Jewish Zelensky in Ukraine is irritating Putin, Iran wants to liberate Palestine , European Anti Semitism continues, Syria wants Golan Heights back , Gog Magog Germany may join Rosh….

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