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Israeli Prime Minister threatens military action against Iran

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Fidel Rahmati
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The Prime Minister of Israel has openly threatened the Islamic Republic of Iran with an attack. According to The Times of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu stated that while Israel is facing challenges and engaged in the Gaza conflict, it is also preparing for scenarios in other arenas.

Netanyahu, on Thursday, April 11th, said that Israel’s military efforts in the Gaza war will continue with “full force,” but the country is also preparing itself to confront challenges on other fronts and to “address Israel’s security needs in defense and offense.”

During his visit to Israel’s F-15 fighter jets at the Tel Nof Airbase, Netanyahu, referring to the threats from the Islamic Republic regarding an attack on Israel, stated, “We have a simple principle: whoever harms us, we will harm them back.”

Israel’s F-15 squadron comprises the primary weapons of the country’s air force for long-range attacks.

The Israeli Army Radio also reported on Thursday that Israel’s air force had participated in a joint exercise with Cyprus in recent days, indicating readiness for a potential attack by Iran.

This exercise took place in the skies of Cyprus and simulated long-range attacks.

In recent days, Iranian authorities have repeatedly threatened to retaliate against Israel for the attack on the Iranian Consulate General building in Damascus.

In this attack, seven members of the Revolutionary Guards, including Mohammad Reza Zahedi, the commander of the Quds Force in Syria and Lebanon, and Mohammad Hadi Hajizadeh Rahimi, his deputy, were killed.

Iran has continuously declared its intention to retaliate against Israel for the attack on Syria’s Consulate General building. Meanwhile, Israel has issued a firm response, asserting its readiness to strike back if provoked.

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