TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry described the massive demonstrations against the Israeli cabinet that have dragged on for 10 consecutive weeks as one of the serious challenges that lay bare the identity crisis the Zionist regime is facing.
In a post on his Twitter account on Wednesday, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani said the huge rallies against the Zionist regime’s judicial changes for the 10th week as a testimony to “the hidden identity crisis at the spider’s den.”
Pointing to the street rallies that have been held in Tel Aviv and other regions of the occupied territories for the past ten weeks, the spokesman said, “This is only one of the aggregated crises in Israel.”
He further reminded the Zionist regime that its rootless foundation will collapse with a gust, citing the verse 41 from surah Al-Ankabut of the Holy Quran, which says, “And indeed, the weakest of homes is the home of the spider.”
Hundreds of thousands of people have rallied in cities across the territories occupied by the Zionist regime for a 10th consecutive week, protesting against plans by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s far-right government to curb the Supreme Court’s powers.
The demonstrations come as Netanyahu’s government prepares to press on with its legislative agenda next week, shunning calls for a pause to allow for negotiations on the divisive judicial reforms.
The uproar over the legal changes has plunged the Israeli regime into one of its worst domestic crises. Beyond the protests, which have drawn tens of thousands of Israelis to the streets and have recently become violent, opposition has surged from across society, with business leaders and legal officials speaking out against what they say will be the ruinous effects of the plan, Al Jazeera reported.