The print version of the Jordanian newspaper Al-Ghad features a front-page editorial in Hebrew titled “What will be after ‘Israel’?”
The article, written in non-native but intelligible Hebrew, followed by an Arabic translation, says that “the whole world is busy discussing what will be after Hamas” in Gaza, but “nobody is looking at the other side and asking: what will happen after ‘Israel’?”
It predicts that Israel will collapse under the pressure of its internal political, economic, social and military problems.
Citing mostly incorrect economic and military data, as well as the eroding international support for Israel combined with domestic pressure by the families of the hostages, the editorial hails what it says will be the imminent victory in Gaza by Hamas – which the paper refers to as the “Palestinian resistance,” without condemnation for the terror group’s brutal slaughter of 1,200 Israelis on October 7, most of them civilians.
It further predicts the collapse of Israel – which it refers to as a “cardboard settlement” – will bring with it the end of US influence in the Middle East, and heralds the rise of a “new world order.”