April 23, 2024

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“The Evil Zionist Regime Will Be Punished”

“The Evil Zionist Regime Will Be Punished”

Iran warned Israel and the United States on Tuesday It will respond It was the day before an attack in Damascus that killed 13 people, including seven members of his Revolutionary Guard, in a move that will stoke tensions in the Middle East.

“The evil Zionist regime will be punished,” Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi pledged. “The crime of cowardice shall not go unanswered”.

“Day by day we see the strengthening of the resistance front and the hatred and hatred of independent nations against Israel's lawless nature,” Raisi said.

The Iranian president condemned the “inhumane, aggressive and despicable act of aggression and flagrant violation of international norms”.

According to him, Israel put indiscriminate killings on the agenda after “repeated defeats and defeats against the faith and will of the opposition front” but “it must know that its nefarious aims can never be achieved by such inhumane means.”

Thirteen people, seven of them Iranian Revolutionary Guards, were killed in a bombing blamed on Israel against the consular wing of the Iranian embassy in Damascus.

An ambulance was parked in front of the Iranian embassy in Damascus, Syria, after the attack, which they blamed on Israel. Photo: REUTERS

Tehran said the strikes included “six missiles fired by F-35 fighter jets”. The first was directed against the Iranian embassy building in Syria. A country at civil war since 2011, Iran and its allies support the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

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Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian said the message, which was sent to an “official at the Swiss embassy” representing US interests in Iran, had not disclosed its contents.

For its part, The US assured that Iran had no involvement in the attack on the building According to a US official cited by the Axios news site, it housed the consulate and residence of the Iranian ambassador to Syria.

Emergency crews are working at the headquarters of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, the target of a bombing attributed to Israel.  Photo: AFP  Emergency crews are working at the headquarters of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, the target of a bombing attributed to Israel. Photo: AFP

The UN Security Council plans to hold a general session on the attack on Tuesday, as requested by Dmitry Poliansky, Russia's representative to the world body, quoted by the official TASS news agency.

Iran called on the Security Council to “strongly condemn this terrorist attack carried out by the Israeli regime”.

Tehran, which backs the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, vowed to respond to the attack.

Meanwhile, Iran's Supreme National Security Council met on Monday night in the presence of Raisi and took “necessary decisions,” it said in a statement without providing further details.

For its part, the Chinese government condemned the bombing on Tuesday, a Chinese diplomatic spokesman said.

“The security of diplomatic institutions cannot be breached and Syria's sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity must be respected,” Wang Wenbin said.

Europe calls for de-escalation

The European Union was created this Tuesday A call to moderation 13 people were killed in an Israeli attack on the Iranian embassy in Damascus, Syria.

In turn, Iraq insisted on Tuesday that it could launch an attack in Syria “More chaos and instability” for the Middle EastAmid fears that the war between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip could turn into a regional conflagration.

Iran has repeatedly declared its support for Hamas and accuses Israel of “genocide” but has not directly intervened in the conflict.