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Iran Is Preparing For Israel To Attack

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is allegedly recalling its top military advisers from sites in Syria, as Tehran prepares for an Israeli retaliatory attack. Iran attacked Israel last weekend in a barrage that was ineffective at causing major damage or casualties.

However, Israel still said it intends to respond, but it isn’t clear if it’ll be a diplomatic or military response. The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing Syrian and Iranian officials, that Iran is preparing for an Israeli attack and is reportedly readying its air force to intercept the strikes while its navy is setting out to protect commercial Iranian ships in the Red Sea.

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At the same time, the outlet claims that the IRGC, as well as the Lebanese Hezbollah militant group, are reducing the presence of their senior officers in Syria while mid-ranking military personnel are “shifting from their original locations in the country.”

Although the United States and other European nations have urged the Jewish State not to retaliate and instead be satisfied that it managed to repel the Iranian assault, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has insisted that Israel will make its “own decisions” and “do everything necessary to defend itself.”

So far, Israeli officials have not yet commented on the nature of the potential retaliation but have reportedly reassured their American and European partners that the response would not endanger their security and would likely be limited in scope.

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Tehran has also warned Israel against carrying out any retaliatory strikes. “The smallest action against Iran’s interests will definitely be met with a severe, extensive, and painful response against all its perpetrators,” Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has said.

The United Nations, meanwhile, has expressed concern over the rhetoric in the Middle East amid the latest escalation, and has called on all sides to show “maximum restraint.”

The rest of the world looks on while watching the Middle East quickly descend into world war territory.

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