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The steep slope of the reverse migration of Zionists; The cost of facing resistance

The biggest failure of the Zionist regime in the aftermath of Al-Aqsa storm is the intensification of reverse migration.

“World Quds Day” is coming as the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan, while the Zionist regime is struggling with many crises and “reverse migration” in the coming days. can be considered the biggest disaster for this fake regime at this time.

From May 1948 and the first year of the Nakba until today, the authorities of the Zionist regime, along with the gradual occupation of the Palestinian lands and the construction of settlements, have made great efforts to send Jews from all over the world to this land.

This project, however, has progressed with difficulty to the point where a statistical look at it reveals the failure of the project of moving Jews to the occupied territories. Not only do the Jews have no desire to live in these occupied lands, but those who live in these areas are looking for an opportunity to leave.

Of course, this phenomenon was started a long time ago for various reasons, and with the Al-Aqsa storm operation, the acceleration of the wave of reverse migration was increased; Therefore, the wave of reverse migration can be divided into two phases; The first period goes back to before the Gaza war, which is mainly influenced by the internal factors of the regime, and the post-war period, when external security components are added to internal problems.

In the period before the Gaza war, issues such as the collapse of law and the spread of anarchy, the disintegration of the army, tyranny, repression and support for corruption have always fueled discontent in this land and paved the way for reverse migration.

The conditions of the regime were so dire before the Gaza war that one of the main reasons for people to migrate from the occupied territories was the fear of civil war. A survey published on Friday (August 13, 1402) showed that one-third of Zionists are thinking of leaving occupied Palestine, and one of the most important reasons for leaving occupied Palestine was their fear of civil war, which 58% of the settlers were worried about.

Among other factors affecting the migration of Zionists was economic and livelihood issues. Just as 36% of the participants in the survey before the Al-Aqsa storm operation emphasized that they are worried about the economic crisis; The crisis that deepened following the approval of Netanyahu’s alleged judicial reforms. The deterioration of the economic situation, widespread labor strikes, the increase in the bank interest rate for the ninth time in less than a year, and the 10-fold increase in capital flight were among these cases.

In the aftermath of the Al-Aqsa storm, the economic situation has worsened so much that in mid-January 1402, the media of the Zionist regime announced that 260,000 Israelis applied for unemployment benefits since the start of the Al-Aqsa storm operation.

The economic reports of the Zionist press also tell about the great damages that have been inflicted on the tourism and services sector in the occupied territories: 73% of tourism income has been completely lost, 64% of the volume of transactions has decreased, and the rate of transactions has decreased by 26%. is.

Therefore, in recent months, the problems of the Zionists multiplied and the continuation of the war in Gaza became the basis for the intensification of the economic crisis in the occupied territories, which resulted in a fourfold increase in the unemployment rate, the fall of the stock market, a sharp decline in the value of the shekel (the regime’s currency), the flight of domestic and foreign capital and Also, the reduction of several billion dollars in foreign reserves is one of these problems.

Now, in addition to the economic and livelihood issues, the covert security of the Zionist settlements has also been exposed, and the residents of the occupied lands not only do not enjoy economic well-being, but because of the constant fear of resistance missiles, they have become more determined to leave the occupied lands; The facts that have ruined the plan and dream of returning to the promised land.

Source: IRNA

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