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The protests in the United States and Israel are ongoing. It doesn’t seem like they have a purpose other than giving people something to do on a summer night.
It’s kind of an extreme reaction to the corona restrictions of the past few months: I couldn’t hang around with my friends and cause trouble for a few months, so now I’m going to hang out with thousands of random people and cause destructive chaos.
Makes sense on an insane level. When we talk about dementia, we are talking about Hezbollah.
Hezbollah attacks … somehow
Hezbollah vowed vengeance after an Israeli military strike in Syria last week that killed a number of terrorists, including at least one member of Hezbollah. As a result, Israel has sent reinforcements to the north, alerting soldiers stationed on the Lebanese and Syrian borders.
It appears that a team of terrorists crossing the border in the mountain area attempted “revenge”. Hermon. The terrorist team was discovered and shots exchanged. The infiltration was sunk.
At this point it is unclear what the fate of the terrorists was. Some reports say they were killed and others say they escaped. In any case, no losses or damage on the Israeli side. Israel followed Lebanon with artillery fire.
Is that enough for Hezbollah? Not clear. There are now reports of additional numbers near the border. This can take a while. Lebanon is currently in disarray due to the corona virus and its rapidly deteriorating economy. Hezbollah is very concerned with this situation and certainly the Lebanese do not want anything that will do more harm to their country.
We’ll have to wait and see how Hezbollah cares about what the Lebanese people want and how much conflict Israel can cause if necessary.
There were nighttime protests in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. As in the United States, these people hate the country’s democratically elected leader and want him to go away, but otherwise it’s hard to know what they really want to achieve.
Unlike in the USA, right-wing demonstrators are now appearing to oppose the left (read: fight). Government minister Amir Ohana has directed the police to use more force to control the protests, but in the spirit of everything else in Israel, the undelected attorney general has instructed the police not to listen to the elected minister and to do what you want to. And so it goes.
Coalition government Shalom Bayis Problems
There has been a lot of drama in the government coalition lately. It started with blue and white voting last week for the Knesset legislation, which the rest of the coalition opposed. This was not well received.
The Charedi parties are angry about the incident. Some suggest that everything is part of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s plan to somehow get out of his agreement with Benny Gantz and either go to elections or form a close right-wing government.
I personally don’t think either will happen, but it would certainly be very exciting.
Corona virus in Israel
Coronavirus cases continue to increase in Israel; However, this also applies to the number of people who have recovered. Some suggest that this “second wave” has peaked and things should get better from here. I hope you are right.
Regardless, the Israeli government has appointed a former hospital administrator, Prof. Roni Gamzu, to advance the fight against the corona virus. He has stated that he will make great efforts to avoid further blocking and will engage the army to deal with the situation.
Sovereignty still on the cards?
Both Prime Minister Netanyahu and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo mentioned the Trump peace plan this week and ended a long period of silence about the plan. Does this mean that Israel plans to expand sovereignty over Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria in the near future? I think so, but a lot can happen in seven days, so stay tuned!
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