Strike on Israel


“In the next 24 hours”: Iran will launch a large-scale attack on Israeli territory

Iran is promising a strong response to the airstrike that hit the Iranian consulate in Damascus, killing 12 people, including two Iranian Revolutionary Guard generals and a Hezbollah member. Four Syrian citizens were also among the victims. This act of aggression, which many associate with Israel, caused a sharp reaction from Tehran and its allies.

Hezbollah, a longtime backer of the Syrian and Iranian governments, also vowed to retaliate for the attack. Iran, known for its support of Hezbollah, Hamas and other Palestinian militants, is in a state of armed confrontation with Israel, especially after the outbreak of hostilities in the Gaza Strip.

Following the airstrike, Iran's Supreme National Security Council, the country's most important body responsible for making critical decisions, met in the evening under the leadership of President Ebrahim Raisi and decided to take "necessary measures" in response to the attack. Details of these measures have not been disclosed, but according to Iranian media reports, the country's missile forces have been put on full alert.

According to various sources, over the next 24 hours Iran is preparing a massive missile attack on Israeli military targets.

“In the next 24 hours, Tehran is preparing a massive missile attack on Israeli military targets. We are watching", - reports the "Telegram" channel "Summaries and Analytics of the SVO (Reserve)."

Iranian journalists and analytical channels are also reporting military activity at IRGC missile bases, which may indicate immediate preparations for retaliatory actions against Israel.

"News sources report military movements at IRGC missile sites. According to some reports, Iran's response to Israeli aggression will be clear and direct.", reports Iranian journalist Khayal Muazzin.

These developments are heightening tensions in the region, highlighting the risks of further escalation of the conflict.


Blog and articles