The deal to bring U.S. citizens home from Iran has nothing to do with the horrific attack on Israel, Matthew Miller the spokesman for the U.S. Secretary of State posted on X.

Iran PressAmerica: "Not a penny has been spent, and when it is, it can only go for humanitarian needs like food and medicine. Anything to the contrary is false," he added.

Since yesterday, since the start of the Al-Aqsa Flood operation, some critics of Joe Biden's policies against Iran have accused him of releasing blocked Iranian money during the prisoners' swap, and Iran has fueled this war by sending this money to Hamas.

On Saturday, the Palestinian resistance began their comprehensive and unique operation from Gaza (South) against the positions of the Israeli regime in the occupied territories; an operation that was unprecedented in the 75-year history of the usurping occupation and shocked the Israelis.

As a result of the operation of the Palestinian resistance against the Israeli regime called the "Al-Aqsa Flood", 300 Israelis have been killed so far.

Also, about 40 Israelis have been captured by the Palestinian resistance group. 


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