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Iran warns Israel must wait for ‘shocking’ response as Tel Aviv makes open military threats


Tehran – In a tweet published on Sunday, Iran’s Supreme Security Council Secretary Ali Shimkhani said the Zionist regime must be concerned about Iran’s ‘shocking response’ as Israel’s threats of military attacks against Iran have reached an alarming level.

The regime’s war minister Bnei Gantz also threatened that Israel would act alone if it needed to stop what it claimed were Iran’s efforts to acquire nuclear weapons, according to the AP news agency.

“Israel has the means to act and will not hesitate to do so – I do not rule out the possibility that Israel will have to act in the future to prevent a nuclear Iran,” Ganz said on August 25, the Daily Sabah. Reporting.

The head of the Israel Defense Forces, Aviv Kochavi, also said on September 7 that the Tel Aviv regime had “greatly accelerated” its plan to attack Iran due to its nuclear program.

In an interview with the Walla news agency, Kochavi added that “a significant part of the push for the defense budget, as recently agreed, is intended to minimize the” Iranian presence in the Middle East. “

On October 19, Channel 12 of the Zionist regime reported that Israel had approved a budget of about NIS 5 billion ($ 1.5 billion) to be used to prepare the army for a possible attack on Iran’s nuclear program.

In response to this direct threat, Admiral Shimkhani tweeted: “Instead of allocating a $ 1.5 billion budget for atrocities against #Iran, the Zionist regime should focus on providing tens of thousands of billions of dollars in funding to repair the damage that will be caused by Iran’s shocking response.”

Unlike Iran, which has signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its nuclear program is subject to the defense agreement, Israel refuses to sign the NPT and it is widely believed that it has about 300 nuclear depots. The International Peace Research Institute in Stockholm (SIPRI) has determined the number of Israel’s nuclear weapons at about 90.

The regime has adopted a vague approach towards its secret nuclear program. He does not confirm or deny that he possesses nuclear weapons.

The Israeli regime also refused to establish a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East.




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