Netanyahu thinks what... the planet fears - After Iran's attack on Israel what?

Why is the US worried?

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The fate of the Middle East hangs in the balance. Israel is considering its next steps after the attack it received from Iran.

This development worries everyone. And this is because, apart from the escalation in the Middle East, there is another possibility that the whole planet fears.

And this is nothing but nuclear.

And we explain: Both Biden and the Iranians are well aware that Netanyahu would ideally like to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities, which he has long viewed as an existential threat to Israel, according to the Guardian.

Turning them into ruins would be very difficult without US help, but it is possible that Netanyahu himself and other Israeli hawks could try to seize this opportunity to realize this ambition.

NBC News reported Saturday night that some top administration officials are "concerned that Israel could do something quickly in response to Iran's attacks without thinking about the possible consequences afterward."

The report said Biden had privately expressed concern that Netanyahu was "trying to drag the US deeper into a wider conflict."

According to international media reports, Israel currently possesses 80 nuclear bombs, while Iran officially has no nuclear bombs. It is clear that only on the basis of the atomic bomb, Israel can defeat Iran in war.

"Together we will win"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu posted a short message to “X,” saying “We intercepted. We blocked. Together we will win."

Earlier, the Revolutionary Guards announced that they had launched dozens of drones and missiles targeting specific points in Israel, Iranian state media reported.

Dozens of surface-to-surface missile launches from Iran were spotted approaching Israeli territory. The IDF Air Defense Array successfully intercepted most of the rockets using the Arrow air defense system, along with Israel's strategic allies, before the rockets crossed into Israeli territory A small number of hits were detected, including the army base in southern Israel where they were fired minor damage to infrastructure.

The US Secretary of State announced that the US armed forces had a hand in shooting down "almost all" of the drones and missiles targeting Israel.

There are no reports of injuries directly related to the Iranian attack. There were some minor injuries to civilians while heading to the shelters and who suffered panic attacks.

Iran's foreign ministry said the attack was in retaliation for the deadly Israeli strike against the Iranian embassy in Damascus.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in his speech to the citizens, said that Israel is ready for an attack from Iran and that it will respond in kind.


This morning Hamas, through its announcement on Telegram, placed itself on the incident, stating that the attack by Iran is its "natural right".

“We in the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) consider the military operation conducted by the Islamic Republic of Iran against the Zionist occupation entity as a natural right and a worthy response to the crime of targeting the Iranian consulate in Damascus and killing some leaders of the Revolutionary Guards there. While affirming the natural right of the states and peoples of the region to defend themselves against Zionist attacks, we call on our Arab and Islamic nation, the free peoples of the world and the resistance forces in the region to continue to support the flooding of Al-Aqsa and right of our Palestinian people to freedom and independence and the establishment of their Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital".

Source: / Hysanthi Roumeliotou