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    Gantz cautions Khamenei against Provocative, Unguarded Speech

    The crisis is expected in the political struggle between Iran vs. Israel, with Iran threatening to eliminate the Zionist government and the Israeli counter aim of destroying nuclear weapons being amassed by the Iranian government as well as bringing down her strong supporters which includes the Lebanese Hezbollah-political militant organization.

    Israel National News reports that the former Israeli Defense Force’s Chief of Staff, Benny Gantz, on Friday wrote a Facebook message warning Iran not to dare Israel for a fight.

    In the post, Gantz said Iran’s position was very natural for him and he felt very much at home with it.

    He hinted that on Thursday, that he met with Israeli Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, and their conversation bothered around several topics touching on the government, security issues and effective containment strategies for covid-19 as well as possible effects they could have on the Israeli economy.

    He further hinted that The State of Israel was experiencing many huge challenges in a couple of areas and the unguarded utterance of Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, about Israel being a cancerous growth shows more than anything.

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    The Minister of Defence said he was very used to the Iranian people and as one who was privileged to have prepared the Isreali Defence Force’s response for issues like this one, he would not advise anyone to provoke the State of Israel for a fight.

    The Zionist dream and the State of Israel are facts on the ground, unlike the Iranian satellites which makes effort to establish themselves and disrupt regional stability, an attempt which Israel will not allow.

    He said from his experience, the unguarded words of Israel’s adversary show their weakness. But, Israel understands how to handle all threats, using any means.

    Recall, Israeli Prime Minister had on Friday cautioned Iran against threatening Israel with destruction, saying the act could put the Iranians in a grave danger.

    It would be recalled during a speech marking Iran’s anti-Israel Quds Day, Khamenei said Israel’s establishment was an unequalled crime against humanity and re-echoed his classification of Israel as a cancerous tumour specially created by the Jewish corporation owners and Westerners.

    According to Khamenei’s speech posted on Twitter, the main goal of the ‘Jewish corporation owners’ for creating the Zionist regime was develop a stronghold to influence and dominate West Asia. This largely explains why the creators arm the Zionist regime with all kinds of military and non-military equipment such as nukes.

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    But, according to the former IDF Chief of Staff, the State of Israel and the Zionist dream are a fait accompli, unlike the Iranian proxies that strongly believe in trying to gain a foothold without any thought on its effects on regional stability.

    The war of words also follows a more tangible conflict between the sides as reports claim Israel and Iran have been engaged in tit-for-tat cyberwarfare.

    The Washington Post earlier this week reported that Israel was to blame for the cyber attack on Iran’s largest port, Shahid Rajaee, located around the city of Bandar Abbas in the southern part of the country.

    According to the Times of Israel, the attack resulted in disarray at the terminal, creating a logjam on waterways and roads leading to the port.

    In her response, Iran debunked the story as untrue, and said the damage was limited in scope. Israel has long blamed Iran for using the port to facilitate the movement of weapons to terror groups such as Hamas.

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    The Shahid Rajaee cyberattack is assumed to a natural response to an Iranian cyber attack on Israeli water infrastructure in April.

    Also, an official from a western country who spoke on the condition of anonymity noted that the cyber attack on the port in Iran was Israeli’s response to the cyberattack that the Iranians had supposedly carried out against Israel a fortnight ago.

    Meanwhile, several Israeli-owned websites were targeted Thursday morning in a cyber attack, with hundreds of websites estimated hit, including some belonging to major firms, political groups and some others.

    A savvy analyst who studied the situation laid the blames of the website attack on the door steps of an activist group with strong ties the Gaza Strip, Turkey and some North African states.

    Corroborating this stance, Channel 12 news, late on Thursday, said the website hack does not appear to have been the brain child of Iran, although it might have involved some Iranian hackers.

    Bazezew Zerihun
    Bazezew Zerihun
    Bazezew Zerihun is the Founder, CEO & EDITOR IN CHIEF of Awutar. He lives in Bole, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. By profession, he is Blogger, Content Writer, Web Designer, and Developer. If you want to get in touch with him write via: [email protected]


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