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5 minutes ago, Nick Carter icp said:

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   This is a great excuse to Israel to bomb Irans nuclear facility 

Difficult. Israelis now no longer allowed to fly over Saudi Arabia (or Irak) I think. They would need to use missiles. I've read the Iranians had scattered their "nuclear facilities", especially whichever nuclear warheads they may already have produced. So no easy option apart from armageddon.

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An anti-missile system operates after Iran launched drones and missiles towards Israel, as seen from Ashkelon, Israel, on April 14, 2024.

(Pic courtesy of Amir Cohen)

 

SUMMARY:

Iran Launches Major Attack on Israel

 

Tensions between Iran and Israel flared dramatically early on Sunday morning as Iran launched a large-scale missile and drone attack against targets across Israel. The attack, which began around 1:00 am local time, targeted all areas of Israel and resulted in explosions throughout the country.

 

According to Iranian media reports, the attack included hundreds of drones and missiles, including ballistic missiles and cruise missiles. While the full extent of the damage caused by the attack is still being assessed, initial reports indicate that Israel’s Iron Dome defense system was successful in intercepting many of the incoming projectiles.

 

There were widespread reports of explosions throughout Israel as Iranian drones and missiles struck their targets. While there have been reports of injuries on both sides, fortunately there have been no fatalities reported in Israel at this time. Jordan also reported that Iranian missiles flew over its airspace during the attack.

 

The Israeli military responded to the attack by launching airstrikes against targets within Iran. The full extent of the damage caused by these retaliatory strikes is not yet known.

 

World leaders have expressed condemnation of the Iranian attack and have called for an immediate de-escalation of the conflict. The United States has condemned the Iranian attack in the strongest terms and has pledged its unwavering support for Israel.

 

This latest attack represents a significant escalation in the ongoing conflict between Iran and Israel. It is not yet clear what prompted this attack, but it is likely that it is a retaliation for a recent Israeli airstrike on Iranian targets.

 

The international community is now watching closely to see how Israel will respond to this latest attack. There are serious concerns that this attack could lead to a wider regional conflict.

 

Background of the Conflict

 

The conflict between Iran and Israel has been simmering for decades. The two countries have long been at odds over a number of issues, including Iran’s nuclear program, its support for Hezbollah and other militant groups, and its role in the Syrian civil war.

 

In recent months, tensions between the two countries have escalated. Israel has carried out a number of airstrikes against Iranian targets in Syria, while Iran has vowed to retaliate for these attacks.

 

The Impact of the Attack

 

The Iranian attack on Israel is likely to have a significant impact on the region. It is likely to further destabilize the region and could lead to a wider conflict. The attack is also likely to damage Iran’s already strained relations with the international community.

 

The international community is now calling for all sides to show restraint and to avoid taking any actions that could further escalate the conflict. It is important to find a diplomatic solution to this crisis before it is too late.

This is a developing story, and more information is expected to emerge in the coming hours and days.

 

-- Summary by ASEAN NOW 2024-04-14

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32 minutes ago, JackGats said:

Difficult. Israelis now no longer allowed to fly over Saudi Arabia (or Irak) I think. They would need to use missiles. I've read the Iranians had scattered their "nuclear facilities", especially whichever nuclear warheads they may already have produced. So no easy option apart from armageddon.

Who would stop them flying over ?

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