Wed. May 22nd, 2024

Iran-Israel War: Israel Says It Will Pay “Exact Price From Iran” When The Time Comes

Iran-Israel War: Israel Says It Will Pay "Exact Price From Iran"Iran-Israel War

Iran-Israel War: Israeli Minister Benny Gantz emphasized last night that Israel will carefully select the timing and method for retaliation, aiming to hold Iran accountable for the unprecedented drone and missile strikes on its territories.

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Ten points about this significant story are as follows:

  1. Iran’s envoy to the United Nations asserted that the Islamic Republic is exercising its inherent right to self-defense in reaction to what it views as Israeli aggression. According to Iran, the attack on Israel was a necessary and proportionate response to the demolishment of its Damascus consulate, which is commonly credited to Israel.  -Iran-Israel War
  2. Gilad Erdan, Israel’s representative to the United Nations, urged the Security Council to impose all available sanctions on Iran. Furthermore, G7 leaders previously stated their readiness to take further measures” in response to destabilizing initiatives.
  3. Iran has cautioned Israel against military retaliation, stating, “The matter can be considered closed.” However, Iran’s mission to the United Nations added that should the Israeli regime commit another mistake, Iran’s response would be significantly more severe.
  4. A senior US official conveyed that President Joe Biden informed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington would not offer military support for any retaliatory actions against Iran. We would not be involved in any response they undertake, the official stated, as quoted by the news agency AFP. We do not foresee ourselves participating in such an action.
  5. On Sunday, Biden revealed that American forces aided Israel in intercepting the majority of the drones and missiles launched by Iran. Furthermore, he announced his intention to convene with other G7 leaders to devise a diplomatic response to Tehran’s actions.
  6. Israel’s military declared that Israel, alongside the United States, Britain, France, and other allies, had formed a coalition for the first time to counter Iran’s unprecedented attack. We stopped Iran’s attack together. This marks the inaugural instance of such a coalition collaborating against the threat posed by Iran and its proxies in the Middle East, stated IDF spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari in a televised announcement.
  7. Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian stated that Tehran had given advance notice to the United States before the attack, following a 72-hour notification period for neighboring states. Before the attack, Iran had seized a vessel linked to Israel in the Gulf, escalating tensions across the region.
  8. India emphasized that the escalating tensions in the region should be addressed through dialogue and diplomacy. We urge for immediate de-escalation, exercise of restraint, cessation of violence, and a return to diplomatic channels. We are keeping a careful eye on how things are changing. It is imperative to maintain security and stability in the region, the foreign ministry stated in a statement.
  9. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar engaged in a telephonic discussion with his Israeli counterpart Israel Katz, conveying India’s concerns regarding the developments arising from the hostilities. Just concluded a conversation with Israel FM @Israel_katz. Shared our concern about yesterday’s developments. Discussed the broader regional situation. Agreed to remain in touch, On ‘X’, Mr. Jaishankar made a post.
  10. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres cautioned the international community against further escalation into conflict as he addressed the Security Council yesterday. Neither the region nor the world can afford more war, Guterres stressed. The Middle East stands on the brink.

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