According to Iran’s top diplomat, the escalating ‘aggression’ by Israel towards Gaza civilians will inevitably lead to spillover.
Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian, has reportedly stated that Israel’s increased aggression makes it “inevitable” for the war in Gaza to expand. This statement was made during a phone conversation with Qatar’s foreign minister, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani, as reported by Iran’s Press TV on Friday.
Amirabdollahian stated that the intensification of the war against Gaza’s civilian residents has made it necessary to expand the scope of the conflict. However, the meaning behind his statement regarding the “inevitable expansion” remains unclear. Additionally, on Thursday, Amirabdollahian commented on his X account that Tel Aviv’s crimes must come to an end soon as time is running out.
Amirabdollahian expressed that Netanyahu’s sole contribution was to weaken the already unstable foundations of the fabricated Israeli government, thereby revealing the criminal, aggressive nature of the Zionist regime through the tragic loss of innocent lives in Gaza. Amirabdollahian further emphasized that the future undoubtedly belongs to Palestine.
Regional tensions and cross-border conflicts have escalated following the October 7 attack by Hamas, the Iran-backed organization governing Gaza, which subsequently led to Israel’s military engagement with the enclave.
As tensions escalate due to Israel’s bombardment, Iran-backed forces have launched over 40 attacks on United States and coalition troops in Iraq and Syria. These attacks have resulted in injuries to 45 US troops.
Since October 7, Yemen’s Houthi movement, which is aligned with Iran, has carried out multiple missile and drone attacks on Israel. However, all of these attacks were either intercepted or failed to reach their intended targets. Last week, the United States made a significant demonstration of power by deploying a nuclear-capable submarine in the Middle East, which is seen as a message to its regional adversaries, particularly Iran.
sources from Aljazeera.
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