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Iran Warns of Escalation if Israel Invades Gaza

16 October, 2023


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 After Biden’s warning to Iran, Iran now issues a warning against Israel. The officials of the Iran Government have warned of the consequences of the Gaza breach.

They state that there could be regional escalation if the military forces of Israel invade Gaza again. Iran’s warning marks the beginning of the second week of war with Hamas.  

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian is the foreign minister of Iran. He has delivered a statement to the Al Jazeera media house. “If the measures aimed at immediately stopping the Israeli attacks that are killing children in the Gaza Strip end in a deadlock, it is highly probable that many other fronts will be opened. This option is not ruled out and this is becoming increasingly more probable,” was his statement on Sunday.

“If the Zionist entity [Israel] decides to enter Gaza, the resistance leaders will turn it into a graveyard of the occupation soldiers,” he added.

Hamas, the Palestinian militant group, launched their attack on Israel on the 7th of October. The death toll continued to rise as Israel launched air strikes as retribution. Nearly 3000 people are dead as a result of these air strikes. Around 10,000 people have been injured. The world seems to be in the middle of a humanitarian crisis amidst the Gaza situation.  

Estimations from the United Nations claim that close to half of the population of Gaza are facing displacement.

Officials from Tehran that they had no direct involvement with the Hamas assault. 

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