Iran Will Retaliate Against Israel's Attack On Damascus In The Near Future

Iran Will Retaliate Against Israel’s Attack On Damascus In The Near Future

Iran will retaliate against Israel’s attack on Damascus in the near future. Iran’s retaliation for Israel’s attack on Tehran’s consulate in Damascus is likely to occur within the next 24 to 48 hours. This prediction was revealed by an unnamed United States official on Wednesday, April 10.

Previously, two generals of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps or IRGC were killed in an Israeli air strike on April 1. There are widespread expectations that Iran will refrain from retaliatory action until the end of Ramadan. Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khameini then said that Israel must and will be punished for its actions.

During the Eid celebrations, the attack will most likely be carried out by Iran directly or by its allies such as Hezbollah which is based in Lebanon. Meanwhile, the Israeli regime is reportedly waiting for an Iranian attack before launching an attack on Rafah. Israeli foreign minister Israel Kats said that Israel would respond to Iran in kind if attacked.

Israel is said to be preparing to target Iran’s nuclear facilities. The United States openly promised to support Israel in the face of an Iranian attack, including helping to shoot down incoming missiles.