Iran Israel Conflict: What's Next: Israeli Letter to 32 Countries

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Iran Israel Conflict: What's Next: Israeli Letter to 32 Countries

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The whole world is in tension. Zionist Israel, which is at the top of the world's condemnation list for its sudden massacre of innocent Muslims in Palestine, has dared to kill the military commanders of Iran. As a result, Iran launched an attack on Israel to retaliate and assert its position. The Muslim world is still hailing Iran, even though Iran's attack is part of its own retaliatory measures. The question is what is going to happen in the world in response to this attack? In view of the attack on Israel, the G-7 alliance of rich countries is going to take action against Iran. Giving this information, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said, I have spoken to the G-7 leaders. Everyone has condemned Iran's attack on Israel. Al Jazeera news.
In his address to the British Parliament, Sunak also said, "We will act urgently on behalf of our allies." Together we will take collective action. What Iran has done is despicable. Pointing to the steps G-7 is going to take, Sunak said, sanctions may also be imposed on Tehran. It will be ensured that the sanctions have the maximum impact on Iran and the countries on whom sanctions will be imposed.
Meanwhile, the head of the country's military Herzei Halevy has warned that Iran will suffer the consequences of the attack on Israel. He said, Iran's drone and missile attack will be responded to. He gave this warning three days after Iran's attack. Reuters news. The people of Tel Aviv are waiting for the response of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the attack of Iran. The international community has called on Israel to act with restraint due to the fear of increasing the conflict in the region (Middle East).
After the Iranian attack on Monday, he met twice with the War Cabinet in the last 24 hours. Basically, he held this meeting to decide how to respond to the Iranian attack. Israel's military chief of staff, Herzei Halevy, said Israel would respond to Iran's attack. He said nothing more.
On Tuesday at the Nevada Air Base, he also said, "So many missiles, cross missiles and drone attacks on Israeli territory will be responded to." Israel's cabinet is going to meet for the third time on the Iran issue. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, an Israeli official said. The official confirmed that the meeting will be held on Tuesday but did not specify the exact time. It will discuss the response to the Iranian attack. News agency Reuters.
This will be the third meeting of the Israeli war cabinet after Iran attacked Israel with more than 300 drones and missiles on Saturday night. Important decisions are taken in cabinet meetings. Iran's President Ibrahim Raisi said, "We firmly declare that there will be a severe, comprehensive and painful response against those who take any action against even minor Iranian interests." Earlier on Monday, Israeli army chief Harji Halevi said that Iran's attack will be retaliated for sure.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has held three rounds of meetings with the War Cabinet to decide what steps could be taken in response to Iran's attack. The Israeli cabinet is deeply reviewing the possible steps. They have a few options in front of them, they are as follows-
air strike
Israel may launch airstrikes in response to Iran's missile and drone attacks. Iran's security system is weak compared to several layers of security systems in Israel and its allies. Therefore, airstrikes can bring strategic advantages to Israel, especially Tel Aviv will benefit from airstrikes on Iran's Revolutionary Guard base and the country's nuclear research center.
Former Israeli intelligence officials say that airstrikes can bring better results for Israel than attacks on civilians and power plants.
Sneak Attack
Israel has carried out several sneak attacks inside Iran before. Several of the country's nuclear scientists were killed in those attacks. Such secret attacks can be carried out inside and outside Iran.
cyber attack
Israel has previously carried out cyber attacks on Iran several times. Such attacks were carried out on petrol station installations, industrial areas and nuclear facilities. Such attacks on Tehran's flight decks and energy production facilities could bring good results for Israel.
Middle East tensions have taken a new turn in the wake of Iran's missile and rocket attack on Israel. The war between Hamas and Israel has created a state of war between Tehran and Tel Aviv. Extreme tension prevails in this region.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi to remain calm amid tensions. News from Bloomberg and Reuters. In a phone call on Tuesday, Russian President Raisi said, "I hope that all parties will behave with restraint in the situation that arose after Iran's attack on Israel. He warned that the border tension will create a catastrophic situation in the region." Putin expressed hope that neither side would create a state of war.
The Iranian president tried to convince Putin of the importance of the Israeli attack. He said the attack was limited. Iran is not worried about attack. Both presidents agreed that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is responsible for the current situation. Both leaders called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. The two talk about Russia-Iran relations. They emphasized on strengthening bilateral relations in the future.
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