Iran’s President Vows To Completely Destroy Israel If It Launches ‘Tiniest’ Attack

Speaking at an annual army parade on Wednesday, President Raisi emphasized that any aggression from Israel would be met with a "massive and harsh" response.

Iran President Vows To Completely Destroy Israel If It Launches Tiniest Attack - SurgeZirc
Iran's President Vows To Completely Destroy Israel If It Launches 'Tiniest' Attack.

Iran’s President, Ebrahim Raisi, has issued a strong warning to Israel, stating that if the country proceeds with even the “tiniest invasion” of Iran, it will face destruction.

Speaking at an annual army parade on Wednesday, President Raisi emphasized that any aggression from Israel would be met with a “massive and harsh” response.

The tensions between Iran and Israel have escalated in recent days following Iran’s missile and drone attack over the weekend.

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Iran launched hundreds of missiles and drones at Israel in retaliation for an alleged strike on Iran’s embassy compound in Syria on April 1, which resulted in the deaths of 12 people, including two Iranian generals.

Although Israel has not claimed any involvement in the attack, Iran holds Israel responsible.

President Raisi described Saturday’s attack as a limited one but warned that if Iran was provoked to carry out a larger-scale assault, “nothing would remain from the Zionist regime,” as reported by the official IRNA news agency.

These strong remarks were made during a military parade relocated to a barracks north of the capital, Tehran, instead of its usual venue on a highway in the city’s southern outskirts.

The reason for the relocation was not provided by Iranian authorities, and the parade was not broadcast live on state TV, as it had been in previous years.

Israel, with assistance from the United States, the United Kingdom, neighboring Jordan, and other nations, successfully intercepted nearly every missile and drone launched by Iran on Saturday.

Israel’s defense systems, including the Iron Dome and David’s Sling, boasted a 99% success rate. Despite this, Israel has vowed to respond to Iran’s aggression, although no specific details have been provided regarding the nature or timing of the response.

The military council of Israel convened on Tuesday to discuss future actions, while the country’s allies have urged all parties involved to avoid further escalation. The conflict between Israel and Iran is not new, as both nations have been engaged in a shadow war for decades.

However, tensions have heightened in recent months, particularly due to Iran’s support of Hamas, which carried out a significant terrorist attack on October 7, marking the deadliest in Israel’s history. Saturday’s attack by Iran was the first direct military assault on Israel by the Iranian regime.


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