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Israel takes seriously the possible retaliation of Tehran

ISRAEL (OBSERVATORY) – The Israeli security cabinet met in an emergency yesterday, Wednesday, April 11, before placing the entire northern region of Palestine on alert.

This decision indicates that Tel-Aviv is taking very seriously the threats of Tehran, which has promised to avenge its nationals who were killed last Monday in an Israeli regime attack on a military base in Syria, writes the Israeli newspaper Haaretz in a report. on recent developments in Syria.

“The Israeli army is currently preparing for the third Friday of Palestinian protests on the border with the Gaza Strip,” Haaretz wrote in reference to the emergency meeting of the Israeli security cabinet.

“The members of the Israeli security cabinet have presented a review of the situation and raised the danger of a multinational intervention in Syria under the leadership of the United States,” said Haaretz, before adding : “It is not the first time Israel warns against the creation of an Iranian military base in Syria, which is a red line for Tel Aviv.”

As a reminder, last Monday in the morning, the Israeli regime launched a missile attack against Syrian soil. The Russian Defense Ministry announced that two Israeli F-15 fighter jets had fired 8 missiles at the T4 air base in Homs, five of which had been intercepted by the Syrian DCA. The remaining three killed at least 14 people.

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Leader Ali Akbar Velayati, the international affairs advisor, said last Tuesday that the crimes committed by the Israeli regime will not go unanswered.

Similarly, some countries had followed suit in the United States announcing that they were preparing for an attack on Syrian government positions, justifying their decision by the alleged chemical attack last week in Duma in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus.

Last Tuesday in the evening, terrorists used chemical weapons against Duma residents, killing about 100 people and injuring hundreds more, before accusing the Syrian government of being responsible for the attack.

A few days earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry warned that two terrorist groups, Jaïch al-Islam and the Free Syrian Army (ASL), intended to use poison gas in Duma.

The Russian ministry said terrorists are trying to stir up a wave of emotion in the international community by accusing Syria of attacking its own citizens. The Western and Arab allies of the terrorists could thus use this accusation to justify an intervention in Syria.

In 2013, with the cooperation of Russia and under the supervision of several countries and international bodies, including the United States and the United Nations, Damascus destroyed all its chemical arsenal.