Iran: “It Is Not Clear Whether Anything Will Remain” Of Israel

by Vern Evans

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has threatened Israel with annihilation if it attempts to attack Iran again. It looks like we have averted a third world war, for now, but the threats and rhetoric continue.

This is not the first time, and it probably won’t be the last time Iran has threatened to wipe Israel off the map. The Islamic Republic has vowed on multiple occasions to destroy or annihilate the Zionist regime,” as it calls Israel.

“If the Zionist regime once again makes a mistake and attacks the sacred land of Iran, the situation will be different, and it is not clear whether anything will remain of this regime,” the state news agency IRNA quoted Raisi as saying according to a report by Reuters. 

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At least the last two widely televised attacks between Israel and Iran were both extremely ineffective. They looked largely about “saving face” than anything else.

While Israel never officially acknowledged an April 1st airstrike on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria that killed seven senior officers of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, Tehran nevertheless retaliated on April 13th, firing scores of drones and missiles at several targets in Israel.

Iran has shrugged off a series of reported explosions near the city of Isfahan last Friday, which were rumored to be a response from Israel. West Jerusalem did not acknowledge the reported attack, while criticizing a cabinet minister who spoke about it out of turn. Tehran chose to ignore it rather than deliver the promised swift and severe reprisal. –RT

Speaking in Lahore on Tuesday, Raisi vowed to continue “honorably supporting the Palestinian resistance.” He also denounced the United States and the collective West as “the greatest violators of human rights,” pointing to their support for the Israeli “genocide” in Gaza.

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