Israel-Iran diplomacy from the USA: They can attack in 24-48 hours!

According to the news in the American press, Iran is expected to attack Israel within 24 to 48 hours, although a final decision has not yet been reached. In addition, the US Embassy in Israel issued a warning message and warned its employees in the country.

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A new claim came from the American press regarding the tension of ‘Will Iran hit Israel?

According to the Wall Street Journal, Iran may launch an attack against Israel in the next 24 to 48 hours. According to the information provided in the report, this attack could target Israel’s southern or northern regions.

However, according to the newspaper, a source close to Iranian leaders said that although plans for an attack had been discussed, no final decision had yet been reached.

“The plans for the attack are in front of the Supreme Leader and he is still assessing the political risk,” said an adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

A warning also came from the US Embassy in Israel on the issue. Sharing a written warning, the embassy told its employees in the country to be careful not to go out of their central points.

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller reiterated Israel’s full support against Iran and said, “We are concerned about the escalation.”

“We remain concerned about the escalation of tensions in the Middle East. This is something we have been working to mitigate and contain since the 7 October attacks, and we are particularly concerned about the threats Iran has made in recent days against the state and people of Israel.”

Spokesman Miller emphasised that they are in contact with other countries, including Turkey, regarding the tension between Iran and Israel.

“Secretary Blinken has had a series of diplomatic meetings in the last 24 hours with his foreign counterparts, including Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, and Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal Bin Farhan, to make clear that escalation is in no one’s interest and that countries should urge Iran not to escalate,” Matthew Miller said.


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