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Iran-Israel war: Iran warns Israel, ‘Our next reply will be at the highest level of

Iran-Israel war: Iran warns Israel, 'Our next reply will be at theIran-Israel war

Iran-Israel war: Iran will react immediately and to the “maximum extent” if Israel acts against its interests, the country’s foreign minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian, warned on Friday.

Amirabdollahian stated in an interview with NBC News, Our next response will be immediate and will be at the maximum level, and will cause them to regret it if Israel intends to act against Iran’s interests and engage in more adventurism.

He mentioned that Iran had no intention of reacting unless Israel initiated a major attack. “Unless Israel engages in further adventurism against our interests, we won’t be provoked to respond,” Amirabdollahian was quoted as stating. -Iran-Israel war

Amirabdollahian declined to acknowledge Israel’s involvement in the recent attack on his country and dismissed Israeli weapons as insignificant, likening them to children’s toys rather than drones. He remarked, “They resembled toys that our children play with, not drones.”

The remarks by the Iranian foreign minister followed the emergence of reports regarding an Israeli strike on Iran early Friday.

Attacks between Israel and Iran

The recent escalation of hostilities between Israel and Iran commenced on April 1, purportedly with an Israeli bombing of an Iranian consular building in the Syrian capital of Damascus. This attack resulted in the deaths of two generals and five officers from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.

In retaliation, Iran reportedly launched drone and missile attacks on Israel on April 13, with the Israeli army claiming that the strikes originated directly from Iranian territory.

On April 14, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards confirmed that a drone and missile attack was in progress against Israel as retaliation for a fatal drone strike on its Damascus consulate on April 1. Amirabdollahian informed NBC News that the attack was meant to serve as “a warning.”

On Friday, April 19, Iran’s state media reported explosions in Isfahan city, while US media quoted officials stating that Israel had conducted retaliatory strikes. Amirabdollahian referred to this attack during his interview with NBC News.

Early reports on Friday from “informed sources” reportedly denied that Iran had been attacked from abroad, according to the news agency AFP. However, US media cited officials stating that while the country had received advance notice of Israel’s reported strike on Iran, it neither endorsed nor participated in its execution.

Meanwhile, the Israeli military stated that it has no comment to offer at this time regarding the reports of explosions in Iran.

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