UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The United States of America on Monday warned its nationals in both Saudi Arabia and Israel that “missile attacks” might target targets in both countries.
This comes in anticipation of the implementation of Tehran and its holiday in revenge for the killing of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the “Quds Force”, of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, in a US air raid in Iraq, last Friday.
The network “CNN” American news, on Monday, that the US embassy in Riyadh issued a security alert warning it of “an increased risk of the possibility of attacks by missiles and drones.”
The embassy added that Saudi Arabia “has a system of sirens from the civil defense.”
But she added, “There may be no prior warning of a missile attack or a drone.”
The US embassy in Israel (Washington’s closest ally in the region) also warned its citizens of the possibility of missile targets in Israel.
The embassy, in a statement, called on the Americans to seriously deal with the sirens when they are launched, follow the instructions of the local authorities, and search for shelter when an attack occurs.
She added that she had given instructions to her employees and their families not to travel to areas that might be subject to missile attacks.
In response to the killing of Soleimani, Ismail Qani, the new commander of the “Jerusalem Corps”, vowed on Monday that Tehran would take revenge on the United States and take steps to expel it from the region.
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