Israel on High Alert, Netanyahu Vows to ‘Harm’ Evildoers

Published April 4, 2024

Israel is on high alert in the aftermath of an airstrike that killed an Iranian general earlier this week, prepping its defenses against a possible retaliatory strike just as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went on offense with a warning of his own.

Israel suspended leave for combat units and heightened its air defenses in anticipation of an attack after Iranian Gen. Mohammad Reza Zahedi, his deputy, and five others linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) were killed in Syria. Iran has blamed Israel for the attack, which killed at least 11 overall at the Iranian consulate in Damascus, The Guardian reported.

Hossein Akbari, Iran’s ambassador to Syria, said the terrorist state’s response to the strike would be “at the same magnitude and harshness.”



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A handout picture provided by the office of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei shows him meeting with politicians and government officials in Tehran on April 3, 2024. (KHAMENEI.IR / AFP)
Published April 4, 2024

With Iran vowing to retaliate for a strike earlier this week on one of its consular buildings in Damascus that it blames on Israel, the Israel Defense Forces on Thursday said it had halted home leave for all combat troops following a fresh assessment.

“The IDF is at war and the issue of the deployment of forces is constantly reviewed as needed,” the military noted in its announcement.

Possible scenarios for which the IDF is understood to be preparing include missile and drone attacks by Iran-backed groups in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen — all of which have been carried out amid the ongoing Gaza war — and ballistic missile attacks directly from Iran, a situation that Israel has not yet faced. And yet, Israeli officials believe the country’s air defense systems will be able to handle the threat.

The head of the IDF’s Military Intelligence Directorate said Thursday that Israel was facing a particularly difficult period: “I have told you more than once that it is not certain that the worst is behind us, and we have complex days ahead of us,” Maj. Gen. Aharon Haliva told subordinate officers in remarks released by the IDF.



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Published April 4, 2024



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