Israeli press: IDF is preparing for possible retaliatory strikes from Iran

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Israeli press: IDF is preparing for possible retaliatory strikes from Iran

The Israeli army is preparing to repel possible retaliatory attacks from Iran after a missile attack on the Iranian consulate in the Syrian capital Damascus.

According to local TV channel i24 News, citing an unnamed Israeli official, preparations are taking place calmly, without hysteria. It is noted that the Israeli leadership fears that at any moment the Tehran-backed Hezbollah group could attack IDF positions in the north of the country.



It is also reported that the Israeli army, amid the threat of possible attacks from Iran, is strengthening its air defense. In addition, after assessing the situation, the Israeli leadership decided to expand the IDF personnel and attract military personnel from the reserve to strengthen the air defense system.

At the same time, there is no official confirmation of Iran’s intention to attack Israel in response to airstrikes on its embassy in Damascus, except for a message on the social network of Iranian spiritual leader Ali Khamenei, in which he promises to make Israel regret what it did. At the same time, the Iranian Foreign Ministry reserved the right to determine how to punish the aggressor.

In recent days, Israel has carried out strikes twice, resulting in international outcry and condemnation from the UN. In addition to the attack on the Iranian embassy, ​​IDF strikes in the Gaza Strip killed seven employees of the international humanitarian mission Central Kitchen.
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  1. +6
    April 4 2024 20: 12
    They are very persistently provoking Iran. I wish I knew what the Zionists and Westerners are stirring up...
    1. +2
      April 5 2024 00: 58
      Set Europe and the Middle East on fire, what else. The worst thing is that they will probably succeed...
    2. 0
      April 5 2024 05: 58
      Someone is persistently trying to close the Israel project...
      1. -1
        April 5 2024 06: 50
        the Persians need to work on the ground in exactly this way, and shooting missiles is an empty, albeit very fun, activity
        1. -2
          April 5 2024 10: 31
          Iran's land invasion of Israel is almost guaranteed to lead to its use of tactical nuclear weapons - because it will be a real threat to its existence.
        2. +1
          April 5 2024 16: 05
          One does not interfere with the other. Massive attacks by small UAVs deplete air defense resources and put significant pressure on the war economy.
    3. 0
      April 5 2024 23: 50
      Quote: Nightmare Ivanych
      If only I knew what the Zionists and Westerners are up to...

      Iran is the only country that has openly declared a course towards the DESTRUCTION of the Jewish state. Iran has emerged from its isolation. Some countries of the Middle East + Russia, China, North Korea and Syria maintain relations with it. The Persians can destroy Israel only with the help of nuclear weapons: either by direct use, or under its cover - by a ground operation.
      But this is in theory. But in practice there is only one way: to eliminate the Jewish monopoly on the possession of nuclear weapons in the BV zone, to unite the Arabs and resolve the issue of the Palestinian state as written in the UN Security Council resolution, by creating an independent, sovereign state on the Sinai Peninsula, including the territory Golan Heights.
      Israel has one goal - to prevent Iran from creating its own nuclear weapons by destroying the Persian nuclear infrastructure facilities. Around this there are dances with a tambourine. For Israel it is a matter of survival. The States, of course, support him, but how things will go further when the BV monarchies take the side of their coreligionists remains to be seen! And the States themselves are not forever under the Moon...
      KA something like that, however.
  2. +1
    April 4 2024 20: 13
    I wonder why the Syrian air defense failed to cope with a missile attack on its capital?
    Ours are gone and the air defense is gone?
    1. +1
      April 4 2024 23: 48
      A question that probably no one can answer.
      6 missiles were fired by the F-35 and all of them reached the target, according to press reports.
      Ours haven’t gone anywhere, but they are behaving very strangely - they bombed two militant bases in the mountains of Syria, deployed additional military police forces at the Gollan Heights (probably to counter the Kazakh peacekeepers who appeared there?), and the “pranks” of the main local bandit are point-blank do not see.
      1. -2
        April 5 2024 17: 53
        Our military in Syria sees everything, but only the commander-in-chief and others like him do not give the right to respond to Israeli aggression
    2. 0
      April 5 2024 16: 07
      We also cannot cope 100% with Ukrainian attacks. And then there is Syria against Israel.
  3. +5
    April 4 2024 20: 19
    Israeli press: IDF is preparing for possible retaliatory strikes from Iran
    . The fire was not burning weakly anyway, so they brought it down, not even a keg of gunpowder, but a whole carriage... All that was left was to push it a little, into the fire itself.
  4. 0
    April 4 2024 20: 22
    The Persians, if they want to save face and remain a strong party in the region, have only one option for the development of events - to hit the Jews where they least expect it, and hit hard! Now, if Hezbollah, instead of threats, had started massive missile strikes earlier on the infrastructure of the Jews, then it is possible that Israel would not have hit the Iranian embassy in Syria!
    1. +1
      April 4 2024 21: 08
      Iran will be responsible for the first of April, and very painfully. Definitely. The trouble is that there is no official coalition (Russia, China, Korea). Today, it seems that they are all separate.
      1. 0
        April 4 2024 23: 17
        Information has appeared about an Azerbaijani military transport plane that flew towards the Zionist Ovda airbase.

        This confirms your idea about the absence of a serious anti-Israel coalition and at the same time supporters of Israel.
  5. -1
    April 4 2024 21: 06
    Israeli embassies will be asked to close around the world. Voluntarily. Diplomatic.
    1. +3
      April 4 2024 21: 10
      Jewish bankers in the USA will not give it.
      1. +1
        April 4 2024 23: 18
        Even the monarchs of the Persian Gulf will not agree to this.
    2. +3
      April 4 2024 21: 34
      Already. They are closing. A quiet evacuation is underway. Until the evacuation, diplomatic mission employees are prohibited from leaving mission buildings.
      1. -1
        April 5 2024 10: 36
        They are closed where there is a real threat of a terrorist attack. Iran cannot give any other answer.
        1. 0
          April 5 2024 13: 42
          They are closed where there is a real threat of a terrorist attack. Iran cannot give any other answer.

          terrorist attack after terrorist attack?
          1. -1
            April 5 2024 16: 10
            Yes. Or murder for murder, if in another wording. Iran's capabilities are extremely limited, no matter how much it swaggers.
  6. +1
    April 4 2024 21: 17
    The Israeli press, as always, studies public opinion, including Military Review laughing
  7. +5
    April 4 2024 21: 31
    I’m sitting here thinking how you can call Israel a legal state if it is a terrorist country: it literally razes Gaza to the ground, deliberately attacks the consulates of other countries. The Yankees first chewed something in their mouths, then admitted that they knew about the impending blow. What's happening? In general, have they already relied on international charters, treaties, and the entire legal field? No, it’s normal, I understand - arrogant Saxons and Jews can do anything. (Sarcasm).
    1. -1
      April 4 2024 21: 45
      Quote: Fatalist
      literally levels Gaza to the ground,

      And nothing foreshadowed such a development of events
      1. +4
        April 4 2024 21: 46
        Impunity creates permissiveness.
        1. +2
          April 4 2024 22: 15
          Quote: Fatalist
          Impunity creates permissiveness.

          And was it worth it for the Gaza government to organize 07.10 for this?
          1. 0
            April 4 2024 23: 04
            They are tired of enduring Jewish terror.
            1. -1
              April 4 2024 23: 20
              Quote: Fatalist
              They are tired of enduring Jewish terror.

              could make peace like Fatah
              1. -1
                April 5 2024 07: 56
                Peace with occupiers? How is that?
          2. +2
            April 4 2024 23: 31
            And was it worth it for the Gaza government to organize 07.10 for this?

            Firstly, Hamas is behind the launch of a military operation against Israel.
            And, secondly, the Jews of Israel (with the support of Jews all over the world) cut up all of Palestine into separate principalities and pieces (Palestinian Autonomy in the West Bank of Jordan and the Gaza Strip itself), began to rule for their own pleasure and were slowly planning to implement their coveted plan “Israel from sea to sea” on Palestinian land and, moreover, without the Palestinians themselves.

            The situation, oddly enough, is roughly reminiscent of the one that arose on the eve of the start of the Northern Military District in Ukraine, when further delay was like death.

            But judge for yourself what Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority, completely controlled by the whims of the Israeli authorities, said, to which he personally gave the status of a state, and called himself its president (?!).

            The Fatah movement, the governing party of Mahmoud Abbas' regime, says it rejects "Iranian interference" in Palestinian affairs, adding that Iran's goal is "chaos."

            I lost my last drops of shame and conscience. Although he probably never had a conscience.
            1. 0
              April 5 2024 00: 05
              Quote: alystan
              when further delay was like death.

              There was no urgency at the start of the Assault on Al-Aqsa. If it had not happened, Hamas would still rule unchallenged in Gaza, and civilians would live in peace
              1. +1
                April 5 2024 00: 07
                You will look for information about the report of the Israeli intelligence services on the “liberation” of the Gaza Strip from the Palestinians.
                And at the same time about the “peaceful raids” of the Israelis in the Gaza Strip. This is about the quiet life of civilians.
                1. -2
                  April 5 2024 00: 17
                  Quote: alystan
                  You will look for information about the report of the Israeli intelligence services on the “liberation” of the Gaza Strip from the Palestinians.
                  And at the same time about the “peaceful raids” of the Israelis in the Gaza Strip. This is about the quiet life of civilians.

                  Is there a difference between the lives of Palestinians before 07.10.23/XNUMX/XNUMX and after? Which one do you think they would prefer?
                  1. +1
                    April 5 2024 00: 29
                    I would prefer before 1948.
                    And you, if I understand correctly, only until 07.10.23/XNUMX/XNUMX?
                    1. 0
                      April 5 2024 00: 43
                      I would prefer before 1948.
                      And you, if I understand correctly, only until 07.10.23/XNUMX/XNUMX?

                      The British Mandate and the problem of British citizenship. Unfortunately, today's England will not agree to this
                      1. -1
                        April 5 2024 02: 39
                        Quote: sergeyezhov
                        The British Mandate and the problem of British citizenship

                        Citizenship of a colony was not always and not for everyone the citizenship of the metropolis. In this case, neither Arabs nor Jews were entitled to British citizenship.
                  2. -1
                    April 5 2024 08: 00
                    It is better to fight the fascists than to subscribe to these slave conditions.
              2. 0
                April 5 2024 07: 59
                No, the corrupt sheikhs were ready to drain Palestine! So everything happened on time! They attracted the attention of the whole world to the genocide in Palestine and opened the eyes of the naive Western man in the street, lulled by the Zionist-controlled media. Now people know and understand what “Israel” is, there is such a fascist state in the Middle East.
  8. +1
    April 4 2024 21: 36
    By the way, the ongoing judicial reform under the editorship of Netonyahu strangely affected the Arabs. I’m embarrassed to ask what the Tolmud and the Koran have to do with the activities of dubious “outliers” like Benjamin.
  9. +2
    April 4 2024 21: 40
    There will be an answer. Most likely not right away, while Israel waits. The edge will be dulled and a blow will be struck. The East knows how to wait.
  10. +3
    April 4 2024 21: 44
    It would be better if Benjamin Netonyahu plastered the Western Wall, it would be more useful...
    1. -4
      April 5 2024 02: 43
      Quote: oppozite28
      Plastered the Western Wall

      Firstly, plastering an originally unplastered historical monument is vandalism. It’s like when the Soviets used to plaster over the paintings in churches. And secondly, this is sacrilege and incitement of hostility on ethnic and religious grounds.
      1. 0
        April 5 2024 08: 06
        Well, yes, bombing churches and mosques and trying to regulate access to other people’s religious places is, of course, the most democratic action. In three sentences, manage to crap the union, justify the fascists and accuse the interlocutor of mortal sins. This is certainly top class! Master class on chutzpah!
      2. -1
        April 5 2024 10: 32
        Firstly, plastering an originally unplastered historical monument is vandalism.
        Rather, it is a triumph of historical justice and the accuracy of the purpose of a structure called a wall made of stone by the forces of slaves located in Jerusalem, Israel.
        And secondly, this is sacrilege and incitement of hostility on ethnic and religious grounds.
        It is strange in what connection the Jews by nationality did not think so when they gave orders for the destruction of Orthodox churches on the territory of the former Russian Empire under the pretext of some kind of revolution and using their official position. By the way, the so-called Star of David had to do only with David (an Arab by nationality), if anything, and therefore many Jews came exactly where they came following the orders of “citizens” like Benjamin Netonyahu, with whom many military men did not agree, who did not want to turn into outright thugs.
  11. -1
    April 4 2024 22: 10
    Well, before Iran it’s a casus belli! Let's see what Iran's response to Israel's actions will be.
  12. +2
    April 4 2024 22: 20
    The Israeli army is preparing to repel possible retaliatory attacks from Iran after a missile attack on the Iranian consulate in the Syrian capital Damascus.

    It looks like bloody Netanyaha and other Jewish braggarts have finally finished their game.
  13. +3
    April 4 2024 23: 56
    A fascist state is a fascist state! Like jackals, they bite and fly screaming into the bushes. After this war and the genocide of Palestinians (whom they were shooting every day anyway, regardless of gender and age), they completely lost the right to squeal about their exaggerated holocaust. Today's Israel is the heir of Nazi Germany!
    1. -1
      April 5 2024 08: 08
      This is their long-standing habit - to commit mischief and then hide in a hole and sit in fear, not admitting to what they have done and waiting to see how the victim will respond.