Israel’s Foreign Ministry has warned that the Tel Aviv regime is in for a “political tsunami” in 2015 in its diplomacy particularly with regard to the much-awaited recognition of the Palestinian state.
According to a classified document released by Israel’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, the current year will be the worst for the Zionist regime in terms of political pressure.
The document, bearing the signature of the ministry’s deputy director general for coordination, Gilad Cohen, warns that a “political tsunami” is awaiting Israel in 2015 especially with regards to the European countries’ increasing willingness to recognize the state of Palestine.
The document has also cited the ongoing campaign for the boycott of business with Israel as a real cause of concern for the regime, warning that the rise of far-right and extreme leftist political parties in Europe will spell an end to the European countries’ honeymoon with Israel.
It has also expressed serious concern about the United States’ potential endorsement of the Palestinian bid for statehood at the United Nations Security Council.
The classified document, details of which were published by Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth, also predicts that Iran and six world powers could reach a final agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program in the first half of 2015 – to the dismay of Israel.
It also highlights the growing military capabilities of resistance groups in the Middle East, including Hamas and Hezbollah, saying that would pose serious threats to the existence of Israel.