Escalating Tensions Between Israel and Iran

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Kathmandu, Apr 8: Tensions between Israel and Iran are on the rise following an attack on the Iranian Consulate General in Syria last week. Iran has issued a warning, stating that no Israeli embassy is now considered safe.

General Rahim Safavi, a military adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, emphasized that Israeli embassies are now vulnerable to threats. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded by affirming Israel’s readiness to respond to any aggression, asserting that those who seek to harm Israel will face consequences.

The attack on the Iranian Consulate General in Damascus sparked outrage in Iran, with Israel being blamed for the incident. Among the casualties were two Iranian generals, including General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, who played a significant role in the IRGC’s Quds Force.

Following the attack, Ayatollah Khamenei vowed retaliation, warning that Israel would regret its actions. Iranian officials, including Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian and President Ibrahim Raisi, condemned the attack and asserted that Iran will not remain passive.

Israel, however, has yet to officially respond to these developments. Nonetheless, the risk of a potential conflict between Iran and Israel has heightened. Reports suggest that Israel has taken precautionary measures, such as canceling soldiers’ leave and implementing GPS blockades in strategic areas to mitigate potential threats from Iran.

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