IP - In the past, many people have warned against Israel's racist and Nazi policies, but this time one of the military commanders of this regime considers Tel Aviv's policies to be Nazi.

Iran Press/Middle East: Amiram Levin, former army general, argued that Israel’s control of the West Bank has similarities to discriminatory policies under Nazi Germany and expressed fear that soldiers will not be motivated to defend the country if the coalition succeeds in shackling the judiciary.

Levin, who headed the IDF Northern Command, commanded the elite Sayeret Matkal unit, and served as deputy director of the Mossad spy agency, told Kan radio on Sunday morning that the military is not only suffering harm to its preparedness because of reservists’ threats and refusals to serve amid the government’s judicial overhaul but is also “rotten to its core” due to Iarael’s ongoing presence in the West Bank.

“It stands on the side, looks at the rioting settlers, and begins to be a partner in war crimes,” Levin told the public broadcaster. “It’s 10 times worse than the issue of [military] readiness… and I say honestly, I am not angry at the Palestinians, I am angry at us. We are killing ourselves from the inside.”


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