In Israel, Iran is accused of supporting attacks on four fronts

Israel accuses Iran of escalating conflict on four fronts, threatening long-term security in the region

Daniel Hagari
Daniel Hagari / IDF Spokesperson's Unit photographer

The Israeli military states that Iran plays a key role in the escalation of attacks across four fronts, creating significant obstacles to the country's security strengthening efforts.

These statements were made against the backdrop of escalation beyond the Gaza sector, where armed groups in Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen, supported by Iran, continue to strike Israeli targets, complicating the work of the country's defense systems.

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Rear Admiral of the IDF Daniel Hagari emphasized to Newsweek that Iran is behind these actions, indicating that the confrontation is not limited to fighting Hamas.

He noted that the connections between various groups, such as Hezbollah, the Houthis, and militias in Iraq and Syria, indicate their control by Iran.

In response to the Israeli representative's statements, the Iranian mission to the UN told Newsweek that the actions taken by the resistance front are defensive measures aimed at stopping aggression in the Gaza sector.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also spoke on this matter in his annual speech for the Persian New Year, emphasizing that any actions by resistance forces in the region would be attributed to Iran, regardless of their location.

It should be recalled that due to the UN Security Council's resolution to cease fire in the Gaza sector, where active combat actions continue, the Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu decided to cancel the planned visit to the United States, and also recalled the Israeli delegation.

Previously, the Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez announced that he would propose to the country's parliament to officially recognize Palestine as a state, with the aim of facilitating peace between Israel and Palestine.

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