Iran-Israel Conflict No Sign of Ending, Retaliatory Mission Continues!


Israelis are awaiting news of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's response to Iran's first direct attack as international pressure heats up amid fears of an escalating conflict in the Middle East.

Yesterday, Netanyahu summoned his war cabinet for the second time in 24 hours to plan a counter-attack against Iran's missile and drone attacks last weekend.

Their decision is final, Army Chief Herzi Halevi said Israel will respond.

Israel's retaliatory response has alarmed many Iranians and that it will bear the brunt of economic and political social control that has escalated since the protests in 2022 to 2023.

Iran launched the attack in retaliation for an April 1 Israeli airstrike on its embassy compound in Damascus that killed two of its top generals.

Although the Iranian attack did not cause serious death and damage, it has raised fears of war with the old enemy and spread conflict in the Middle East.

Since the war in Gaza began in October, Israel's battle has not only focused on the Hamas group, but in other positions they have also been attacked by Iran's allied groups in Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Iraq.

Several top European officials such as French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and British Foreign Secretary David Cameron made similar appeals asking Israel not to further heat up the Middle East conflict.

White House security spokesman John Kirby declined to comment on whether Biden urged Netanyahu in Saturday's talks about the retaliation.

In addition, China is confident that Iran can control the situation well and prevent the region from further turmoil.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Iranian counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in a phone call on Monday that China appreciates Iran's stance of not threatening other regional and neighboring countries.