The conflict between Israel and Iran is on the verge of breaking out

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps Cruise-Measures: Implications for the Security and Security of the G7 Organizations in the Middle East

The member of the International Security Advisory Board said that Iran was using cruise missiles that could carry a ton of explosives.

In a post on X, an expert on Iran said that the country might be using a cruise missile developed by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. There is a great deal of distance to reach Israel from Iran.

In Saturday’s attack, 185 drones, 36 cruise missiles and 110 surface-to-surface missiles were fired toward Israel, according to Israeli military officials. Some of the launches were from Iraq and Yemen, according to the officials.

His post says different versions of the missile have been given to the Shiites in Yemen.

The governments in the Middle East issued statements of concern and called for restraint so that tensions in the region do not escalate.

On Saturday, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said he condemned Iran’s attack and was “deeply alarmed about the very real danger of a devastating region-wide escalation.”

In a statement Sunday, G7 leaders said that Iran had further destabilized the region and that they stood in solidarity with Israel. The G7 is made up of the United States, Canada, Italy, Britain, France, Germany, Japan and the European Union.

The Republicans aim to include language that will hold Iran and its terrorists accountable, according to a statement released Saturday night by the House Majority Leader.

In Congress, House Republicans are making changes to their legislative schedule for this week to consider a yet-to-be-revealed proposal that would further support Israel.

Iran’s air strike on April 1 provokes a conflict between the US and Israel in the region of the Middle East, as reported by IRGC sources

Biden told Netanyahu that the United States will not be involved in offensive operations against Iran. Biden doesn’t want the conflict to get into a regional war because he doesn’t want it to expand.

Iran’s English-language Press TV news site leads with a story based on unnamed IRGC sources who claimed that the missiles in Iran’s strikes against Israel hit targets. There was a claim that could not be confirmed immediately.

At the United Nations in New York, Iran’s Ambassador Amir Saeid Iravani declared the operation was “completely in line with the Islamic Republic’s inherent right to self-defense” after an airstrike in Damascus killed seven IRGC members, including two generals, on April 1. Israel has not claimed any responsibility for the strike.

Iranian state media said a senior military official said on Sunday that there would be no more attacks against Israel.

In the Middle East, tensions are running high. Now, the focus is on how Israel and other countries will respond to Iran’s escalation. An Israeli military spokesman said on Sunday that leaders had approved operational plans for both offensive and defensive action.

The US and Israel cooperated in the weeks leading up to the attack. A US official said that the Iranian bombardment was at the high end of what the US and Israel expected.

The main protection against Iran’s missiles was provided by the Arrow 3. The Arrow 3 has been playing for several years, but had never faced such intense attacks.

The Israeli Attack on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps on Oct. 7: Israel’s Closeest ally and Security Attempts in the Middle East

A 7-year old Bedouin girl underwent surgery after she was wounded in the attack, the Times of Israel and Haaretz reported. Hagari confirmed the reports.

Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, said the country notified the U.S. ahead of the attack through Swiss intermediaries, informing that the strike will not target American personnel or bases in the region. No notification was given from Iran before the attack on where weapons would be targeting.

Israel said it hit a site belonging to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon on Sunday.

Since the invasion of Gaza, Hezbollah and Israel have been shooting at each other across the border. The White House did not directly link Iran to the Oct. 7 attack, despite Iran providing Hamas with funds and weapons for a long time.

Iran had no other option but to self-defense under international law at the United Nations, according to Iran’s ambassador to the UN. Iravani did not want his county to start a war with the U.S. and did not want to begin a fight in the region.

What that may mean for the way Washington goes about supporting its closest Middle East ally, and for Israel’s approach to maintaining its own security, is likely to be the subject of much discussion and planning over the coming weeks and months.

The attack has also raised questions both in and outside Israel about what recent events mean in terms of Israel’s ability to deter attacks against it.

ISTANBUL — From President Ebrahim Raisi on down, Iranian officials are heaping praise on the attack the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps launched against Israel Sunday. The widespread response comes despite Israel saying 99% of Iran’s missiles were shot down.

Praise for the Iranian attack spread outside of Iran itself. Russian news sites were quick to applaud the attack, and Iran’s Foreign Minister spoke by phone with his Russian counterpart.

Israeli media reported that the Nevatim Airbase in southern Israel’s Negev Desert had been struck but no significant damage had been caused. Aside from this, any other possible damage in Israel from the attack so far is unclear.

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