In fact, Israel seems to live in a state where the ambient mood IS fear. Encouraged, most probably, by Zionists and the Israeli propaganda machine. After visiting Israel, Gaza, and the West Bank, where the landscape is marred by IDF everywhere, checkpoints, razor wire, the ugly Apartheid wall (most of these things can been seen daily from a variety of illegal settlements in Occupied W. Bank), I wonder if any Israeli knows what it feels like not to live on a prison-like landscape. Settlers are allowed to be armed because they are afraid of Arab attacks. Netanyahu fusses about Iran's nuclear situation when his real fear is not being able to divert the world's attention away from his Palestinian genocide. Israel is virtually hysterical with fear of almost anything inside or outside of its "walls".
Fabius, visiting Tehran, invites Rohani to France (Reuters)
from the article: Israelis don't scare easily, Mr. Kerry