In the turbulent landscape of the Israeli imposed conflict on the Palestinian people through continued military occupation and an endless series of war crimes and human rights violations, recent events following October 7th Hamas retaliatory attack have brought to light a profound ideological shift, exposing the intricacies of political maneuvers and military strategies in Israel. Israeli social media activities reflect a genocidal rightward tilt among a significant portion of Israelis, shedding the light on a deliberate military brutal approach exemplified by stark massacres like those of of Fakhoura and Tal al-Zaatar schools on November 18th.
In Israel, beneath the military tactical considerations lies a doctrinal foundation, encapsulated by Israeli Minister of War Benny Gantz’s notion of „shifting Palestinian consciousness.” This strategy, rooted in historical Israeli intelligence recommendations for forcibly displacing Gaza residents to Egypt, aims to reshape Palestinian perceptions through employing extreme violent practices. Dr. Ya’ir Anspliker and other highly influential Israeli genocidal radicals advocate for militarily targeting civilians to alter their beliefs, seriously and credibly challenging the traditionally deceptive defensive posture of the “Israeli Defense Forces”.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance alternates, from the perpetuation of Palestinian division by strengthening Hamas in order to thwart negotiations for a Palestinian state, to emphasizing altering Palestinian consciousness, countering perceptions outlined in the Oslo Accords and Gaza disengagement plan. Drawing parallels with World War II strategies used against German and Japanese populations, Netanyahu brings attention to reasons behind the previously unimaginable level of Israeli brutality being witnessed today in Gaza’s bloodbath. In examining Netanyahu’s geopolitical choices, we unravel a nuanced understanding of historical transformations, as the Israeli genocide against Palestinian civilians unfolds amidst this evolving Israeli ideological landscape.
A revisit to the concept of “Nakba” (the Palestinian catastrophe of 1948) reveals an Israeli historical intention to severely and inhumanly punish perceived Palestinian “transgressors”. Major General Aharon Yariv’s 1973 plan to deport Palestinians to Egypt echoes in the ongoing Israeli genocide in Gaza orchestrated through the Israeli Quintet Council, where Netanyahu, as Prime Minister, plays the pivotal role.
Israeli right-wing extremist Guy Bechor’s criticism of the Oct 7th events centers on an “arrogant” Israeli military leadership, and Yair Netanyahu, the PM’s loud obnoxious son, extends the blame, from his comfortable home in Miami Florida, to the Israeli Supreme Court, accusing them of contributing to Gazans approaching the barrier!!! Amidst historical strategies and contemporary actions, the legacy of Netanyahu and the ideological underpinnings of the Israeli military come under scrutiny, unraveling the complexities of this enduring Israeli-imposed conflict on the Palestinian people.
As the political dust settles in the Israeli genocidal war in Gaza, a seismic shift is discernible in the Israeli landscape. Survey results aired on several television stations and media outlets indicate a growing belief among Israelis in the military’s gains in Gaza, aligning with a failed conservative outlook that fuels an increased appetite for renewed illegitimate settlement expansion into the Gaza Strip which means a permanent Israeli military presence and continuous Palestinian resistance.
The political climate in Israel has definitely hardened, with an Israeli majority advocating for fresh elections. Beyond Gaza illegitimate settlement ideas, shifts in political affiliations post-genocide are evident, reflecting a broader transformation in Israeli society.
In the intricate tapestry of this post-genocide landscape, the evolving Israeli sentiments weave a tableau depicting a nation standing at the nexus of crucial decisions. The ramifications of choices made in the aftermath are poised to sculpt not merely the immediate trajectory of Israel but also to etch a narrative of the conflict imposed upon the Palestinian people onto the global consciousness. Amidst this complexity, a certainty prevails—that the image of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), heretofore veiled in layers of geopolitical intricacies, shall forever bear the indelible stain of Palestinian children’s blood, laying bare the true nature of this entity, now unmasked as the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF).