“Israeli” War Cabinet to convene Thursday on response to Iran attack

Palestine

Published: 2024-04-17 22:09

Last Updated: 2024-05-24 08:02


“Israeli” War Cabinet in a meeting last Sunday following the Iranian aerial attack. (Photo: Ariel Hermoni)
“Israeli” War Cabinet in a meeting last Sunday following the Iranian aerial attack. (Photo: Ariel Hermoni)

The “Israeli” War Cabinet and security cabinet are set to convene tomorrow, Thursday with a possible agenda of a military response to Iran’s strikes which took place earlier this week - per Hebrew media.

Other items on the agenda may include the stumbling ceasefire talks and a possible prisoner exchange deal with Hamas in the Gaza Strip, in addition to the ongoing fighting with Lebanese Iran-back Hezbollah along the northern border.

The “Israeli” War Cabinet has intensified its meetings since the start of the week following the massive Iranian airborne attack that targeted “Israel”.


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The Israeli Occupation considered striking Iran in retaliation last Monday, but decided to postpone it - sources told Axios.

Earlier today, “Israel’s” emergency services said that 14 people were wounded after Lebanese Iran-backed Hezbollah group attacked an “Israeli” base today with explosive-laden drones and guided missiles in what it said was a response to a strike on Tuesday that killed three of its members.

Magen David Adom, the Israeli Occupation national emergency service, said that 14 people were wounded, including two in serious condition, in a strike that targeted a village in northern “Israel”.

Hezbollah claimed responsibility for the attack, which it said was a response to an attack a day earlier which killed three of its members in southern Lebanon, including a senior commander in Radwan Force - a special operations unit in Hezbollah.

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