Very Bad Prognosis for Israel: Ex-Mossad Chief

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.

(Press TV)

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