"" The world is looking forward to Iran's next move

The world is looking forward to Iran's next move

 Israel-Gaza  update:

The most explosive of all the conflicts within wars surrounding this terrible Gaza catastrophe is the official animosity between Iran and Israel.

It's at its most threatening right now.

Iran launches attack on Israel that risks sparking regional war

And everyone in this region as well as many other capitals is anxiously awaiting news of Iran's next move.

This is Tehran's response to the 1 April airstrike that killed senior officers of its Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on its diplomatic compound in the centre of Damascus, Syria.

Although Israel never acknowledges launching such assaults, everyone is certain that it did.

Furthermore Israel has increased its targeting of Iran since the Israel-Gaza conflict broke out six months ago. In addition to demolishing Syrian infrastructure and armaments supply, Israel has also targeted key IRGC and Hezbollah leaders with assassinations.

The Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei issued a warning saying, "We will make them regret this crime and other ones like it, by God's will."

His vow set off an instantaneous, rising verbal conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Since Iran's 1979 revolution made hatred towards the "Zionist regime" a central element of its policy, the two regional giants have remained at odds. Israel has been carrying out targeted killings, launching cyberattacks and raising alarms about the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear aspirations and its support for terrorist groups like Hamas that pose a threat to Israel's survival for a long time.

Netanyahu of Israel claims that as Iran strikes, defences are ready.

Iran has appeared to be carrying out a much-anticipated retaliation strike by launching airborne drones towards Israel.

According to Israeli TV, the salvo should arrive in Israel at 2:00 on Sunday (or 23:00 GMT on Saturday).

According to Iranian official television, the Revolutionary Guards of Iran have fired drones and missiles at Israel.

The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) declared that they were monitoring all targets and operating at maximum alert. The war cabinet of Israel was called into session by the prime minister.

Syria and Jordan have activated their air defences, while Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq have blocked their airspace.

Iran made a promise to retaliate following the April 1 attack on its embassy in Syria that claimed the lives of seven other military personnel in addition to a top commander.

It said the strike was carried out by Israel. Israel did not affirm or refute it.

Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel declared that his nation's defensive systems were in place just before the drone launches from Iran were made public.

On the offensive and defensive ends we are prepared for every situation. Israel is a powerful State. The IDF is powerful. The people are powerful.

"We appreciate the US standing together with Israel as well as the support of Britain, France and several other countries."

The US National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson, stated following the attack, "President Biden made it clear our support for Israel's security is unshakeable.

The people of Israel will continue to have the support of the United States in their defence against these threats emanating from Iran.

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak denounced Iran's "reckless" strike and declared that his country would "continue to stand up for Israel's security and that of all our regional partners".

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