Iran has pointed the finger at Israel after drone strikes rattled Isfahan. The strikes, which took place on Saturday, on a military facility, were limited causing only minor damage to the roof.
Amir Saeid Iravani Tehran’s envoy to the UN, made the accusation in correspondence with senior officials at the organization, according to ISNA. In his letter, he reportedly stated that a preliminary investigation had pointed to Israel’s responsibility for the drone attack, according to a report by RT.
Iravani condemned the incident and referred to statements by senior Israeli officials, including an interview with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on CNN earlier this week, in which he declined to confirm or deny Israel’s involvement in the Isfahan attack. “Every time some explosion takes place in the Middle East, Israel is blamed or given responsibility – sometimes we are, sometimes we’re not,” the prime minister told the United States news network.
Ultimately, this looks like another step toward total global war.
The Iranian diplomat also condemned a Ukrainian official for their remarks about the attack. Mikhail Podoliak, an aide to President Volodymyr Zelensky, framed the incident as retaliation for what Kiev claims to be assistance provided by Iran to Russia in the conflict with Ukraine. Because this is all tied together, Iran could very well have been pushed into retaliation, which in turn, could provoke war with several other countries.
“War logic is inexorable and murderous. It bills the authors and accomplices strictly,” Podoliak said, adding that Ukraine “did warn you.”
NATO has also been pushing for a full-scale global war and doing what it can to continue to ratchet up tensions with Russia. In his letter, Iravani emphasized that Iran had a right to “decisively respond” to the threat posed by Israel with whatever means it deems necessary.
Things continue to heat up and it looks like the ruling classes are going to get their war. It’s going to be up to us, all of us, the slaves who will be commanded to fight, kill, and be killed in this war to say “no” and refuse to obey them.
It is 1500 kms from Israel to Isfahan, about the same distance as to Tehran.
Flying all the way across the fellow peace loving nation of Iraq it means both cities are within range. So if Iran sends a BIG bomb to Israel then Tehran will no longer exist.
A word to the wise!