Commentary (IP) - The provocative and adventurous rhetoric and threats of the Israeli regime officials against Iran have increased these days.

Iran Presscommentary: The latest rhetoric in this regard is the allocation of funds to carry out evil activities against Iran.

" Ali Shamkhani " Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council in response to these threats in his personal page on Twitter wrote: "Instead of spending $ 1.5 billion for the evil activities against Iran, the Zionist regime must try for funding tens of thousands billions of dollars to repair damages suffering from Iran's shocking response."

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The officials of the Zionist regime have repeatedly threatened Iran in the last decade, but at the same time they know that they are not able to confront Iran directly, and if they enter the phase of military action and aggression against Iran, they will receive a response that will lead to the destruction of this regime. Therefore, the preferred option from Israel's point of view is the continuation of the threat policy.

During his recent visit to the United States, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett presented his new alleged strategy against Iran in an interview with US President Joe Biden; A threatening strategy that Zionist officials have called " death by a thousand cuts."

This strategy involves confronting the Islamic Republic by combining countless small actions on various fronts, including military and diplomatic, rather than a major and intense attack.

In this regard, it seems necessary to remind two points:

First; Israel's actions are a clear violation of international law, which places responsibilities on the United Nations and the Security Council.

"Such systematic and blatant systematic threats by the Israeli regime against one of the founding members of the United Nations are a gross violation of international laws in particular Article 2 of the Charter of the United Nations," said Majid Takht Ravanchi, the ambassador and permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations."

Second point; Paying attention to the consequences of any miscalculation and the possible military adventure of the Israeli regime against Iran.

In the meantime, an issue that has aroused the concern of the Zionists is the US stalemate in continuing exerting maximum pressure on Iran.

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In fact, the United States has no choice but to abide by the rights of the Iranian people. So, if Israel is under the illusion that it can go back to the golden age with repetitive scenarios, it has certainly made a big miscalculation. Testing Iran's military authority is a great risk for Israel, and this risk is tantamount to destroying Israel's existence.

In response to the Zionist regime's threats against Iran, Maj. Gen. Hossein Salami, Chief Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps, stated in an interview: "Enemies who use threatening words these days, especially the usurping Zionist regime, must come to understand the reality of the offensive and defensive power of Iran and the IRGC that in our defense policies and strategies no action, no enmity, anywhere on any scale is not tolerable and does force us to react stubbornly and decisively."

The Islamic Republic has repeatedly proved that it will not tolerate any act of aggression and will respond to its slightest mistake with the most severe action. The IRGC missile attack on the US base of Ein al-Assad in Iraq, which took place in response to the American crime in the assassination and martyrdom of General Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and their associates, is just one example.

The fact is that the response to Israeli aggression in the region has created a new equation, showing that if Israel could once freely invade any country but receive no response, it is over.

Author: Jamshid Aminzadeh


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