The Zionist Israeli internal battle appears to be at its epitome, amid a gradual escalation by the opposition against the government of Benjamin Netanyahu, and the latter's increasing tendency to suppress its opponents.
It appears that the Zionist entity is on the verge of a state of civil strife. It cannot be said that something normal is happening in the streets of Tel Aviv, occupied Al-Quds, and other cities and settlements, where the continuous protest movement is rediscovering a despotic social reality that the Israelis may have thought they had overcome, which is the division based on irreconcilable differences, and now it is too late to jump over its negative repercussions. Meanwhile, a court has charged 10 Saudi judges alleged terror-related crimes that could result in the death penalty as part of a purge of the country's judiciary by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The shocking charges leveled against these judges, many of whom have issued egregiously abusive sentences against Saudi citizens at the behest of the crown prince, demonstrates that no one is safe in Saudi Arabia.