Writing for the Washington based al-monitor.com, Efraim Inbar, president of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security, stated that “Israeli plans to annex the Jordan Valley and parts of the West Bank have drawn criticism from around the world, but most Israelis favor the goal.”
In his article, Inbar attempts to paint a rosy picture of an entity surviving on NATO handouts. The biggest challenge to the Zionist entity is “arguably the only rift within Israeli society still of social, cultural and political importance is the religious-secular divide,” according to Inbar.
The Zionist entity’s culture of incessant political warfare will further exhaust the regime. The ability of Western regimes to continue financing Israel will face further problems in a post-coronavirus economic order.