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The US would not take Part in Attacks Against Iran

#The US would not take Part in Attacks Against Iran

The US military said late Saturday that it had shot down Iranian drones heading towards Israel as part of Iran’s retaliatory attack on the Jewish state. “Consistent with our commitment to Israel’s security, US forces in the region continue to shoot down Iranian drones targeting Israel,” a US military official said in a press release. “Our military forces stand ready to provide additional defensive support and protection to US forces operating in the region.

It was not disclosed how many UAVs were shot down or where. But Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said it launched a massive drone and missile attack on Israel in response to Israel’s attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria, which left several senior Iranian officials dead. Iran’s retaliatory attacks began shortly before midnight Saturday, when the Permanent Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations in Israel received note .

The homes of our diplomats were attacked in Damascus. The statement said, “The matter can be considered closed.” “However, if the Israeli regime makes another mistake, Iran’s reaction will be very harsh. This is a conflict between Iran and the evil Israeli regime, in which the United States must REMAIN.” He continues to support the Israeli military: “The United States will stand with the Israeli people and defend itself against this threat from Iran.

American Joe Biden, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu He told , after the attack, that the US would not take part in attacks against Iran. “Our military continues to prepare to protect the United States and its regional partners and is providing additional support to protect the nation’s armed forces,” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin III said in a statement released Saturday evening. this area. “We do not want conflict with Iran, but we will not hesitate to do everything we can to protect our army and support the Israeli Army.


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