A sigh of relief that can be heard in the Middle East

    by jasi
    Published: April 20, 2024 (4 weeks ago)

    Israel is yet to publicly acknowledged that the terrorist strike in Iran at the beginning on Friday was their acting.

    In the meantime, Iran’s military and politicians have brushed aside their role, mocked and dismissed the fact that something of significance happened in any way.

    The details of what kind of weapons were used on Friday and what damage resulted are in conflict and unreliable.

    American officials talk of missile strikes However, Iranian officials insist that the attack that occurred in central Isfahan as well as in the northwest region of Tabriz are the result of small drones that were exploding.

    “The downed micro air vehicles caused no damage and no casualties,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian insisted to the semi-official Tasnim News Agency.

    However, these quadcopters represent Israel’s main weapon It has used multiple times during its decades of secret operation inside Iran.

    Their main objective was the famous central region of Isfahan that is renowned by its breathtaking Islamic history.


    An Iranian woman strolls past an anti-Israeli sign with images of missiles, in Tehran on Friday.

    In recent times the province is now more well-known for the Natanz nuclear power station as well as it is home to the Isfahan Nuclear Technology Centre and an important air base which Iran used in its 14 April attack against Israel.


    It’s also a major industrial center, home to factories that manufacture ballistic missiles as well as drones which were launched by the hundreds at Israel’s direction on Sunday.

    Thus, a small-scale operation appears to have served as a powerful warning that Israel has the capability and resources to strike as it pleases Iran’s heartbeat.

    This message is such a crucial one that Israel ensured that the message was delivered prior to, instead of after the commencement in Passover. Jewish Passover, as was often forecast by Israel observers.

    US official have suggested the possibility that Israel has targeted certain sites, such as the Iranian air defence radar system which safeguards Natanz. The United States has not confirmed the evidence of the effectiveness.

    This attack could also serve as an opening salvo. It was for time being, a non-intentional present for Iran’s 85th birthday. Supreme Chief, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

    Its silence on Israel’s part provided Iran’s top decision-maker with vital diplomatic space. Tehran was not required to invoke the new rules in the event that its adversaries strike, Iran will hit back by launching a massive attack, which could be at risk of creating a potentially dangerous spiral.