Apr 16, 2024, 10:57 AM

By: Razi Emadi

Zionist officials confused after Iran’s anti-Israel operation

Zionist officials confused after Iran’s anti-Israel operation

TEHRAN, Apr. 16 (MNA) – Iran’s anti-Israel operation was calculated and successful which caused the Zionist regime officials to be confused and show contradictory reactions.

On April 1, the Israeli terrorist attack on Iran's consulate building in Syria provoked a response from the Iranian Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on April 13.

The IRGC fired dozens of missiles and drones on Israeli targets, which caused confusion among the Zionist authorities.

Dual and contradictory reaction of Zionists

The Zionists have experienced a clear contradiction in reaction to the legitimate response of the Islamic Republic of Iran. On the one hand, the Zionist authorities claimed that they intercepted all Iranian missiles and drones with no damage. On the other hand, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was under intense pressure from cabinet members and some critics, causing him to hold frequent war cabinet meetings to consider how to respond to Iran’s anti-Israel operation.

Such contradictory statements are a significant indication of the heavy defeat of the Zionist regime against the Islamic Republic of Iran and the hard and irreparable blow that Tel Aviv has suffered from Tehran.

The Zionist newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth, described the attack on the Iranian consulate in Damascus as a wrong act due to miscalculations by the Zionist regime's cabinet and termed the night of Iran's retaliatory attack on Israel as a "strategic circus" for the regime.

US expert Scott Ritter said, "Iran attacked Nevatim Airbase with at least seven new hypersonic missiles. Nevatim is home to the F-35 jet fighters that attacked the Iranian consulate in Damascus. Not a single Iranian missile was intercepted."

In fact, considering the conflicting positions of the Zionists, who on the one hand claim that the Iranian attack was not successful and on the other hand they have attempted to restore the lost deterrence after the attack shows that, contrary to the media positions in Israel, Iran's attack was calculated and successful and has been able to inflict a major blow on the Zionist regime.

Why was Iran's response an irreparable blow?

Unlike the Zionist regime, the Islamic Republic of Iran did not take a surprise action against the Zionist regime and the response time of the Islamic Republic of Iran was clear, and the countries in the region knew about it.

On the other hand, although some Western countries supporting the Zionists made media hype and denounced the legitimate defense of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran did not target any residential settlement and diplomatic centers.

Iran targeted Israeli military bases with missiles and drones. However, the Zionists were confused and frightened a few days before Iran's response, and this turmoil reached its highest level on the night of Iran's response. Iran’s clever planning was one of the reasons for the Zionists' failure and hard hit.

In addition, the Zionist regime is now in a military mess. On the one hand, it claims to have one of the world's largest militaries; on the other hand, it does not have the power to decide how to respond to Iran's actions.

The regime does not know whether to respond militarily to Iran's action or to listen to the advice of its most important supporter, the United States, and not to move toward escalation with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Zionists also faced a strong warning from the Islamic Republic of Iran that if it took military action against Iran, Tehran's next response would be far more difficult and more severe.


The former Israeli prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, after years of declaring the fake regime following the victories in the 1967 Six-Day War and the 1973 Yom Kippur War, said a very thoughtful sentence: "Israel can win 100 battles and still endure its problems, but losing a single war would mean its destruction."

The Zionists are now trying not to express the realities, but they believe that they have ceded the battle to the Islamic Republic of Iran. They fear the death of the regime before reaching 80 years old.


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